Published: Mon, August 12, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Jeffrey Epstein Wasn't 'Closely Monitored' Before Death

Jeffrey Epstein Wasn't 'Closely Monitored' Before Death

Jeffrey Epstein was the target of death threats from fellow inmates during his stay at Manhattan's Metropolitan Correctional Center. and should have been watched 24/7. this according to multiple sources connected with the investigation.

Reports indicated that Epstein was placed on suicide watch in late July but later taken off at some point.

Trump shared a tweet and video from conservative comedian Terrence Williams that claimed without evidence that former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton - Trump's 2016 presidential election rival - were responsible for Epstein's death.

The reason is that Epstein was the only person who had legal standing to sue the investigators trying to comb through the evidence in his mansions and penthouses, including videotapes of young girls and documents that may mention the names of people who were at his properties on specific dates.

We're also told the staff inside the facility is telling "inconsistent stories" regarding what happened and whether protocol was violated. Epstein was being held on federal sex trafficking charges.

"We are enormously sorry to learn of Jeffrey Epstein's passing", Epstein's defense attorneys said in a statement Sunday.

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Epstein, a 66-year-old financier who was arrested in July on sex trafficking charges, was being held in New York City's Metropolitan Correctional Center but, according to the Bureau of Prisons, appeared to have killed himself early August 10. The official told the New York Times that one of the corrections officers was working his fifth straight day of OT.

Epstein was arrested and charged with sex trafficking of minors in early July, but he had always been accused of sexual abuse and was often the subject of conspiracy theories.

The FBI and the Department of Justice's Office of the Inspector General will investigate the circumstances surrounding Epstein's death, Attorney General William Barr said. Prosecutors said he sexually abused dozens of young girls in his NY and Florida residences between 2002 and 2005, to which Epstein pleaded not guilty. According to Politico, both the president and former president had flown on Epstein's private planes.

He faced up to 45 years in prison.

The charges in 2007 stemmed from sexual activity with privately-hired "masseuses", some of whom were just 14 years old. He is also alleged to have worked with several employees and associates to ensure that he had a steady supply of girls, and paid several of the victims to recruit other underage girls to engage in similar acts for money.

If you or someone you know needs help, call the U.S. Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255, a free and 24/7 service that can provide suicidal persons or those around them with support, information and local resources.

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