US prosecutors said on Thursday that surveillance footage taken from outside the late financier Jeffrey Epstein’s cell in the period surrounding his first apparent suicide attempt was permanently deleted by mistake.
What has been happening with the Jeffrey Epstein did not kill himself situation is further proof of why conspiracy theory remains as popular as ever. Because when the ‘powers that be’ try and sell you absolute nonsense, stories so patently false you feel like an idiot for even listening to them in the first place, people take matters into their own hands and figure stuff out. Such is the case with the latest lie to come out about the first time that Jeffrey Epstein did not try to kill himself.
Turns out someone “goofed” and recorded over the only known copy of the video from his cell. That’s about as believable as the police in Texas who just decided to swarm a movie theater for no apparent reason, and like magic they find Lee Harvey Oswald calmly watching a movie after he ‘killed Kennedy‘. Yeah, right. And the cover up continues.
Surveillance video of Jeffrey Epstein’s first apparent suicide attempt was deleted by ‘mistake’
FROM THE JERUSALEM POST: Officials at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in downtown Manhattan “inadvertently preserved video from the wrong tier” of the jail, and footage from outside Epstein’s cell from July 22 and 23, 2019 “no longer exists,” prosecutors said.
Correction officers responded at about 1:27 a.m. on July 23 to Epstein’s cell, prosecutors said, when the accused sex offender was believed to have first attempted suicide. The missing video was disclosed in a Manhattan federal court filing, in a case involving Epstein’s cell mate at the time.
Epstein died on Aug. 10, 2019 at age 66, in what was ruled a suicide. An autopsy found that he hanged himself. The death prompted a shakeup at the federal Bureau of Prisons, including the removal of its acting chief and the warden at MCC.
Two MCC jail officers were charged in November with falsifying records to cover up their alleged failure to check on Epstein in his final hours. Epstein died five weeks after his arrest on federal charges he trafficked dozens of underage girls from at least 2002 to 2005.
Some accusers have said Epstein engaged in sexual misconduct dating back to the mid-1980s. Epstein had pleaded not guilty. Prosecutors could still file charges against his alleged accomplices. READ MORE
No one has donated for quite a while. I found myself wondering if Paul Revere had trouble getting hay for his horse…