Epstein ‘Suicide’ Wreaks of Suspicion, Conspiracy

Until recently, the two highest-profile prisoners in custody were internationally notorious cartel leader Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman and billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. But everyday Americans knew long before his so-called “suicide” was reported, Epstein would never make it to trial alive.

He had the goods on more powerful people, world leaders, and disgraced ex-Pres. Bill Clinton. To say his death wreaks of suspicion and conspiracy would be a gross understatement. Regardless of how loud officials and the fake news media scream, no one believes this wasn’t a hit and here’s why.

“The questions surrounding this, something doesn’t add up, and we need full transparency, and we need the answers on this,” former acting U.S. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker said. “Nobody does it better than (the Bureau of Prisons). So, I was really surprised to see that some of these protocols and procedures — the 30-minute check and the like — were not followed. Reason and common sense would suggest that someone should have been checking on him based on what happened several weeks before.”

Sex offender Jeffrey Epstein already cut a sweetheart deal years ago that was largely due to the fact influential people intervened to keep their names out of court proceedings. Bill Clinton reportedly traveled on Epstein’s flying brothel known as the “Lolita Express” more than 20 times after dismissing his Secret Service detail, although he says it was only 4 times.

That plane was said to have minor girls as young as 14 years old being used as sex slaves. The recent indictment that had Epstein held without bail pointed to those same despicable actions.

Epstein got off easy the first time, U.S. Attorney General William Barr was not going to allow him to walk again. The deviant knew he faced the remainder of his life behind bars unless he rolled on other high-profile offenders.

Like any scripted assassination, Epstein was put in one of the worst prisons in America — New York’s Metropolitan Correctional Center, aka Riker’s Island — where violence was rampant, and prison protocols are a joke. Even the internationally-feared El Chapo anticipated being assassinated when held at Riker’s.

“Since the government will send me to a jail where my name will not ever be heard again, I take this opportunity to say there was no justice here,” Guzmán said during sentencing. “It has been psychological and mental torture 24 hours a day.”

Reports previously circulated that Epstein was placed on suicide watch after a failed attempt to end his life. But those reports don’t jibe with the facts.

First of all, Epstein complained that he was deathly afraid of his muscle-bound ex-cop cellmate. It’s illogical on its face to be afraid someone will kill you if you want to die. Although the inmate denied harming Epstein, he was moved just before the sex offenders death.

Interviews with former inmates at Riker’s indicate that prisoners have virtually zero control over their environments. An accused criminal cannot get an aspirin without authorization, and round-the-clock monitoring makes it virtually impossible to take your own life.

That is, unless the guards conveniently fail to follow through on their procedures and protocols. Unchecked, virtually anything can happen, and it did.

Prison rules mandated that Epstein have a cellmate and be checked every 30 minutes, 24 hours, seven days a week. Both of these conditions being ignored is too coincidental for reasonable people to fathom. Prison officials chose not to check on Epstein for “several hours” prior to his death.

Although the Clintons are an obvious link to Epstein’s untimely demise, reports indicate that the probe was uncovering powerful people across the globe with a great deal to lose. One of the most high profile names already released is Prince Andrew, the Duke of York. Photographs provided by one of Epstein’s accusers shows the Price at one of Epstein’s homes with the alleged victim.

Epstein was a key donor to top Democrats including Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, former Secretary of State John Kerry, and Joe Lieberman, among others. Pres. Donald J. Trump reportedly banned Epstein from his Mar-a-Lago resort.

The world has already started to hear the pushback against questioning the truth of the suicide report. Fake news organizations are trying to shame open-minded people as “conspiracy theorists.” Politicians are expectedly saying things like “heads will roll,” and A.G. Barr said he’s “appalled” by the “irregularities” at the notorious Riker’s Island.

“Let me assure you that case will continue on against anyone who was complicit with Epstein,” A.G. Barr reportedly said. “Any co-conspirators should not rest easy. Victims deserve justice and will get it.”

We all know truth and justice were murdered by silencing Jeffrey Epstein.

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