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Epstein arrested

blastula

Contributor
So, if this was a drug kingpin on suicide watch (or just taken off it) and this happened, would not the FBI be brought in and the body not leave the cell until a truly massive amount of information was taken? The cell also put under immense security.

Don't worry, consummate professional William Barr is on the case.
 

Cheerful Charlie

Contributor
Yet another unjustified projection accusation of pedophilia against libertarians. The projection is tedious.

"Epstein did nothing wrong," could have meant he's innocent and it's a government conspiracy to arrest him, but you've jumped to only one interpretation. For some reason.

Because this is not the first time PyramidHead has tried to get libertarians to legalize his preferences.
 

PyramidHead

Contributor
Yet another unjustified projection accusation of pedophilia against libertarians. The projection is tedious.

"Epstein did nothing wrong," could have meant he's innocent and it's a government conspiracy to arrest him, but you've jumped to only one interpretation. For some reason.

Look for fellow completely coincidental libertarian Alan Dershowitz to get out in front of the Epstein scandal he is deeply embroiled in:

The piece, titled "Statutory Rape Is an Outdated Concept," which was published over 20 years ago in the Los Angeles Times, detailed Dershowitz's views on the constitutionality of statutory rape allegations when contrasted with the demand for legal abortions for 16-year-olds.

Responding to a tweet with a screen capture of Dershowitz's 1997 article, the lawyer and professor emeritus of Harvard Law School said, "I stand by the constitutional (not moral) argument I offered in my controversial oped: if a 16 year old has the constitutional right to have an abortion without state or parental interference, how could she not have the constitutional right to engage in consensual sex?"
 
Oh goody, you found one Democrat who wants the same thing you want. Obviously that means that all libertarians want what you want.

 Alan Dershowitz

Dershowitz has said he is a member of the Democratic Party. However, in 2016, he stated that he would cancel his party membership if Keith Ellison was appointed party chair;[37] Tom Perez was appointed instead. Dershowitz endorsed Hillary Clinton in the 2008 presidential election, and later endorsed the party nominee, Barack Obama.[38]
 

Koyaanisqatsi

Veteran Member
https://www.rawstory.com/2019/08/tr...esting-bill-clinton-murdered-jeffrey-epstein/

...
President Donald Trump is spreading a right-wing conspiracy theory suggesting former President Bill Clinton murdered Jeffrey Epstein.
From his golf vacation at his Bedminster Club, Trump retweeted Terrence K. Williams, who asked people to retweet his message if they agreed and were not surprised by his contention that Clinton had Epstein killed.
...

President Kook sounds off.

Actually, it's par for his course and strong evidence that he was behind it (or knew/supports whoever was). Trump did the exact same thing in regard to the "rigging" of the 2016 election and then the exact same thing in regard to Russian involvement in the "rigging" of the 2016 election, etc., etc.

It's what guilty people do all the time, particularly those who believe themselves to be (and pattern themselves after) mafia bosses; immediately (and preemptively) blame someone else for their own crimes.

And, of the two (Trump or Clinton), it is far more likely that Trump was a client of Epstein's than Clinton. Look at Clinton's mistresses over the years as compared to Trump's. Clinton tended to be attracted to the abundant, free, low hanging fruit, whereas Trump's tastes run to higher end and extremely expensive.

It's the difference between an egotist and a narcissist and it's a safe bet that Epstein's fees were on the extremely expensive side. How does an egotist hide such expenses and why, when, again, there is abundant, free, low hanging fruit? A narcissist simply doesn't give a shit about hiding such things from his irrelevant trophy wives and always needs to have the most expensive, most difficult fruit (because, in their sociopathy, they deserve it).

And while Clinton was no saint and did some remarkably stupid things when it came to affairs, they were by no means in the league of something like Epstein was allegedly running. Trump, otoh, would have been the perfect client for someone like Epstein.

Which, again, ties into Trump's pre-emptive attack.
 

Elixir

Content Thief
https://www.rawstory.com/2019/08/tr...esting-bill-clinton-murdered-jeffrey-epstein/

...
President Donald Trump is spreading a right-wing conspiracy theory suggesting former President Bill Clinton murdered Jeffrey Epstein.
From his golf vacation at his Bedminster Club, Trump retweeted Terrence K. Williams, who asked people to retweet his message if they agreed and were not surprised by his contention that Clinton had Epstein killed.
...

President Kook sounds off.

Actually, it's par for his course and strong evidence that he was behind it (or knew/supports whoever was). Trump did the exact same thing in regard to the "rigging" of the 2016 election and then the exact same thing in regard to Russian involvement in the "rigging" of the 2016 election, etc., etc.

It's what guilty people do all the time, particularly those who believe themselves to be (and pattern themselves after) mafia bosses; immediately (and preemptively) blame someone else for their own crimes.

And, of the two (Trump or Clinton), it is far more likely that Trump was a client of Epstein's than Clinton. Look at Clinton's mistresses over the years as compared to Trump's. Clinton tended to be attracted to the abundant, free, low hanging fruit, whereas Trump's tastes run to higher end and extremely expensive.

It's the difference between an egotist and a narcissist and it's a safe bet that Epstein's fees were on the extremely expensive side. How does an egotist hide such expenses and why, when, again, there is abundant, free, low hanging fruit? A narcissist simply doesn't give a shit about hiding such things from his irrelevant trophy wives and always needs to have the most expensive, most difficult fruit (because, in their sociopathy, they deserve it).

And while Clinton was no saint and did some remarkably stupid things when it came to affairs, they were by no means in the league of something like Epstein was allegedly running. Trump, otoh, would have been the perfect client for someone like Epstein.

Which, again, ties into Trump's pre-emptive attack.

Yup. Good post. Without exception, everything of which Trump accuses others (esp. Hillary) is some act he has already committed or intends to commit.
The mystifying thing to me is how people go fully autistic around him - they're suddenly unable read character or intent, no matter how obvious.
It's not like he hides it.
 

repoman

Contributor
How many of these girls will be infertile from chlamydia or dead from HPV derived cervical cancer by the age of 35 because of Epstein and his posse?
 

Jarhyn

Contributor
How many of these girls will be infertile from chlamydia or dead from HPV derived cervical cancer by the age of 35 because of Epstein and his posse?

That would be an interesting question. Seeing how germs and virii have testable genetics, could we potentially test allegations by seeing whether they share some bugs with the accused?
 

lpetrich

Contributor
Let's see where we are now.

A few weeks ago, Jeffrey Epstein tried to commit suicide in his jail cell. He was put on suicide watch for 6 days, but for the next 12 days, he was off of suicide watch. He committed suicide by hanging himself, tying a bedsheet to the top of a bunk bed and using it as a noose. During those days, he was at "special observation status", which meant that two guards were to check on him every 30 minutes, but that procedure was not followed. He also was to have a cellmate, but he did not have one at the time of his suicide.

Jeffrey Epstein hanged himself with prison bedsheet: source - New York Post

There were also no video cameras in action in JE's cell.

What was going on here? It seems like major-league negligence. Or else some of his jailers wanted to let him get himself out of the way, and save them from unpleasant visibility or whatever they might be worried about.
 

Derec

Contributor
Look for fellow completely coincidental libertarian Alan Dershowitz to get out in front of the Epstein scandal he is deeply embroiled in:

The piece, titled "Statutory Rape Is an Outdated Concept," which was published over 20 years ago in the Los Angeles Times, detailed Dershowitz's views on the constitutionality of statutory rape allegations when contrasted with the demand for legal abortions for 16-year-olds.

Responding to a tweet with a screen capture of Dershowitz's 1997 article, the lawyer and professor emeritus of Harvard Law School said, "I stand by the constitutional (not moral) argument I offered in my controversial oped: if a 16 year old has the constitutional right to have an abortion without state or parental interference, how could she not have the constitutional right to engage in consensual sex?"

Age of consent at 16 has zero to do with "pedophilia". In fact, 16 is the age of consent in most US states as well as all of Canada and 16 (or lower) is age of consent in most of Europe as well.
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Toni

Contributor
Look for fellow completely coincidental libertarian Alan Dershowitz to get out in front of the Epstein scandal he is deeply embroiled in:

The piece, titled "Statutory Rape Is an Outdated Concept," which was published over 20 years ago in the Los Angeles Times, detailed Dershowitz's views on the constitutionality of statutory rape allegations when contrasted with the demand for legal abortions for 16-year-olds.

Responding to a tweet with a screen capture of Dershowitz's 1997 article, the lawyer and professor emeritus of Harvard Law School said, "I stand by the constitutional (not moral) argument I offered in my controversial oped: if a 16 year old has the constitutional right to have an abortion without state or parental interference, how could she not have the constitutional right to engage in consensual sex?"

Age of consent at 16 has zero to do with "pedophilia". In fact, 16 is the age of consent in most US states as well as all of Canada and 16 (or lower) is age of consent in most of Europe as well.
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It's not the age of consent with someone in their 30's or 40's or 50's or 60's or 70's.

Beyond that, it doesn't sound consensual, period.
 

Derec

Contributor
That would be an interesting question. Seeing how germs and virii have testable genetics, could we potentially test allegations by seeing whether they share some bugs with the accused?
For fast-mutating viruses I would say that would be possible. You'd have to do full sequencing, but it should be possible. Of course, it would only prove that sex took place (or at least some mixing of precious bodily fluids), not the lack of consent, and it would rely on Epstein carrying a virus (Epstein-Barr perhaps?) and also infecting any sex partners, neither of which is a given.
 

Derec

Contributor
It's not the age of consent with someone in their 30's or 40's or 50's or 60's or 70's.
It is. If age of consent is 16, than a 16 year old can decide to have sex with anybody, even if they are much older.
You are confusing age of consent with close age exemptions, often dubbed "Romeo and Juliet" provisions.

Beyond that, it doesn't sound consensual, period.
Lack of consent is a matter different than age, and should have to be proven separately, not just assumed.
Also, advocating for a lowering of age of consent below 18 is hardly advocating "pedophilia" contrary to what some here are claiming.
 

Jarhyn

Contributor
That would be an interesting question. Seeing how germs and virii have testable genetics, could we potentially test allegations by seeing whether they share some bugs with the accused?
For fast-mutating viruses I would say that would be possible. You'd have to do full sequencing, but it should be possible. Of course, it would only prove that sex took place (or at least some mixing of precious bodily fluids), not the lack of consent, and it would rely on Epstein carrying a virus (Epstein-Barr perhaps?) and also infecting any sex partners, neither of which is a given.

The lack of consent is indicated by the observable genetic drift in the viral load indicating age at time of sex, or testimony and circumstances of the timeline of possible events.

Or in other words, the validity (or possibility) of consent is a function of symmetry of understanding and information, and the asymmetry that exists between a geriatric fuckwit like Trump or Epstien and a 16 (or less) year old girl makes any such interaction rape. Hence the existence of statutory rape in the criminal code.
 

lpetrich

Contributor
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter: "We need answers. Lots of them. https://t.co/4DMckiZnVB" / Twitter
She is in the House Oversight Committee, and since JE offed himself in a Federal jail, she might end up asking lots of questions of his jailers. We can see how it might go by looking at what she has done so far.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez turns committee hearings into appointment viewing - Washington Times
Some members of Congress read their questions from prepared scripts during hearings. Others veer off into non sequiturs or ask ill-conceived questions that witnesses clearly cannot be expected to answer.

But that’s not Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

The freshman Democrat from New York, in Congress for less than six months, has become appointment viewing when she takes over the questioning in her committee hearings — and for good reason. She is on point and relentless to get what she’s after.

...
“I find her questioning to be thoughtful, rooted in facts, statistics, to make an overarching point,” said Rep. Madeleine Dean, Pennsylvania Democrat and a fellow freshman. “I think she’s a skilled questioner.”

...
When Michael Cohen, the onetime personal attorney to President Trump, appeared before the oversight committee before heading to prison for fraud and lying to Congress, most panel members used their five minutes of questions as a chance to argue about crimes and impeachment.

Ms. Ocasio-Cortez, however, used her time to ask pointed questions of Mr. Trump’s former fixer on the financial details of Mr. Trump’s businesses and where Congress had to look to find the answers he couldn’t provide.

...
“What makes her so effective is that she actually asks questions instead of making a speech. She is very methodical. It reminds me of a good trial lawyer,” said Rep. Ro Khanna, a California Democrat and senior liberal who also serves on the oversight panel.
With some hearing witnesses, she did an exercise in how to be very corrupt, accepting money from political action committees funded by secret donors. Another masterful performance.
 

Toni

Contributor
It's not the age of consent with someone in their 30's or 40's or 50's or 60's or 70's.
It is. If age of consent is 16, than a 16 year old can decide to have sex with anybody, even if they are much older.
You are confusing age of consent with close age exemptions, often dubbed "Romeo and Juliet" provisions.

You're the one who is confused.
https://legaldictionary.net/romeo-and-juliet-laws/
According to federal law, it is illegal to have sexual relations with anyone between the ages of 12 and 18, if that person is four or more years younger than the perpetrator. Each state has specific legal age of consent laws, which vary from 10 to 18 years of age.

Some states do not have a Romeo and Juliet law, instead setting a specific age of consent. If any person engages in consensual sex prior to that age, they have committed a crime, regardless of how close in age the parties are.

Beyond that, it doesn't sound consensual, period.
Lack of consent is a matter different than age, and should have to be proven separately, not just assumed.
Also, advocating for a lowering of age of consent below 18 is hardly advocating "pedophilia" contrary to what some here are claiming.

I was talking about lack of consent, period.

But since you mentioned it, if someone is under the age of consent, consent is impossible, except within some limited age range in about half of the US states.

It's pedophilia the same way that you blow your nose on a kleenex.
 

lpetrich

Contributor
Jeffrey Epstein death: Warden at prison temporarily reassigned - CNNPolitics
The top official at the New York prison that had housed Jeffrey Epstein before his apparent suicide is being moved temporarily as the FBI and the Justice Department's inspector general investigate the circumstances of the death.

Two employees at the Metropolitan Correctional Center who had been assigned to Epstein's unit are also being placed on administrative leave, Justice Department spokeswoman Kerri Kupec said, adding that "additional actions may be taken as the circumstances warrant."
His jailers deserve to be embarrassed. Very embarrassed.
 

Derec

Contributor
You're the one who is confused.
I do not see how.
I was talking about lack of consent, period.
Well yeah, but that has to be proven, not assumed.

But since you mentioned it, if someone is under the age of consent, consent is impossible, except within some limited age range in about half of the US states.
But in most US states that age is 16, not 18. So what's wrong with

It's pedophilia the same way that you blow your nose on a kleenex.
Pedophilia means sexual attraction to a prepubescent child.
 

repoman

Contributor
There is also the aspect of old(er) guys industrially having a sex safari with girls that in the deep pre civilization past would probably be forming longish pair bonds with boys of similar age.

How these girls approach relationship may be damaged from this, that is in addition to possible stigma.

A 16 year old boy having a short or long term 14 year old girl is likely to be healthy. He is not a pedophile, not or the old creepy guy who will cause damage. A 16 year old who is into 8 year old girls needs some serious intervention that may be early enough to fix him. A 55 year old into 8 year old is too old to be fixed.
 

Jarhyn

Contributor
I do not see how.

Well yeah, but that has to be proven, not assumed.

But since you mentioned it, if someone is under the age of consent, consent is impossible, except within some limited age range in about half of the US states.
But in most US states that age is 16, not 18. So what's wrong with

It's pedophilia the same way that you blow your nose on a kleenex.
Pedophilia means sexual attraction to a prepubescent child.

It's been a while since I saw someone argue against evolution of language. Pedophilia has changed usage without changing ethical implications, as an understanding of symmetrical consent has proliferated quietly through society.

Pedophilia has "eaten" the more obscure cutout that used to exist for ephebophilia, because we realize there is no ethical need to separate the two: adults having sex with children is abhorrent, as is anyone who tries to distract from, justify, or normalize such acts.

It's pedophilia. And anyone who wants to have sex with 16 year olds, other than ~16 year olds, is a pedophile.
 

repoman

Contributor
I do not see how.

Well yeah, but that has to be proven, not assumed.


But in most US states that age is 16, not 18. So what's wrong with


Pedophilia means sexual attraction to a prepubescent child.

It's been a while since I saw someone argue against evolution of language. Pedophilia has changed usage without changing ethical implications, as an understanding of symmetrical consent has proliferated quietly through society.

Pedophilia has "eaten" the more obscure cutout that used to exist for ephebophilia, because we realize there is no ethical need to separate the two: adults having sex with children is abhorrent, as is anyone who tries to distract from, justify, or normalize such acts.

It's pedophilia. And anyone who wants to have sex with 16 year olds, other than ~16 year olds, is a pedophile.

In the same way that highly precise definitions of genders and gender pronouns will not take off barring a massive push in primary education...

Academically delineated categories between the ages that older men are attracted to will never take off.
 

Derec

Contributor
It's been a while since I saw someone argue against evolution of language. Pedophilia has changed usage without changing ethical implications, as an understanding of symmetrical consent has proliferated quietly through society.
That word salad doesn't mean much. Yes, some people misuse the word, often deliberately, like the dishonest attack on Derschowitz.

Pedophilia has "eaten" the more obscure cutout that used to exist for ephebophilia, because we realize there is no ethical need to separate the two: adults having sex with children is abhorrent, as is anyone who tries to distract from, justify, or normalize such acts.

There certainly is. There is a huge difference between being sexually attracted to a 16 year old vs. an 8 year old. And a person who can't comprehend the difference is too far gone the rabbit hole of mindless moralizing to be helped.

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It's pedophilia. And anyone who wants to have sex with 16 year olds, other than ~16 year olds, is a pedophile.
It's not. And again, 16 is legal in most US states, all of Canada, and most of Europe (and in many countries aoc is in fact even lower than 16!) To equate that with sex with prepubescent children is sick frankly.
 

Jarhyn

Contributor
That word salad doesn't mean much. Yes, some people misuse the word, often deliberately, like the dishonest attack on Derschowitz.



There certainly is. There is a huge difference between being sexually attracted to a 16 year old vs. an 8 year old. And a person who can't comprehend the difference is too far gone the rabbit hole of mindless moralizing to be helped.

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It's pedophilia. And anyone who wants to have sex with 16 year olds, other than ~16 year olds, is a pedophile.
It's not. And again, 16 is legal in most US states, all of Canada, and most of Europe (and in many countries aoc is in fact even lower than 16!) To equate that with sex with prepubescent children is sick frankly.

I repeat, it's pedophilia. The only ones who I generally see try to claim it isn't, who fight this, are pedophiles who want to groom young teenagers.
 

Derec

Contributor
I repeat, it's pedophilia.
I repeat, it's not.

The only ones who I generally see try to claim it isn't, who fight this, are pedophiles who want to groom young teenagers.
If you have to accuse people of wanting to "groom young teenagers" just for disagreeing with you, then maybe your arguments are as weak as a wet paper towel.
 

Toni

Contributor
That word salad doesn't mean much. Yes, some people misuse the word, often deliberately, like the dishonest attack on Derschowitz.



There certainly is. There is a huge difference between being sexually attracted to a 16 year old vs. an 8 year old. And a person who can't comprehend the difference is too far gone the rabbit hole of mindless moralizing to be helped.

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It's pedophilia. And anyone who wants to have sex with 16 year olds, other than ~16 year olds, is a pedophile.
It's not. And again, 16 is legal in most US states, all of Canada, and most of Europe (and in many countries aoc is in fact even lower than 16!) To equate that with sex with prepubescent children is sick frankly.

I repeat, it's pedophilia. The only ones who I generally see try to claim it isn't, who fight this, are pedophiles who want to groom young teenagers.

Oh, I disagree. Mostly it’s middle aged men who don’t want to be seen as creeps for perving* on teenage girls.

*perving is what my then teenaged daughter used to call it. And for her, middle age was between 30 and 50, OR if you had a gray hair. One gray hair was enough
 

Derec

Contributor
So the Rotheram gang were dirty old men and not pedophile?
The big problem with what they did was lack of consent, not age. No, they were not pedophiles. They (or Epstein) do not have to be pedophiles for what they did to be wrong.
 

Derec

Contributor
Despite Derec's pedophilia red herring, some victims were less than 16.

I was not defending Epstein. I was defending Derschowitz who was attacked with the "pedophilia" cudgel for advocating for lowering AoC to 16 despite the fact that it is already 16 in most of US, all of Canada and most of Europe.
 

Loren Pechtel

Super Moderator
Staff member
That would be an interesting question. Seeing how germs and virii have testable genetics, could we potentially test allegations by seeing whether they share some bugs with the accused?
For fast-mutating viruses I would say that would be possible. You'd have to do full sequencing, but it should be possible. Of course, it would only prove that sex took place (or at least some mixing of precious bodily fluids), not the lack of consent, and it would rely on Epstein carrying a virus (Epstein-Barr perhaps?) and also infecting any sex partners, neither of which is a given.

Such testing certainly can be done--it was done here when we had a moron of cost-cutting doctor end up infecting several people with Hepatitis-C. The CDC came along and figured out the exact transmission paths this way.

However, what virus would it be? And is that even useful many years after the fact?
 

Loren Pechtel

Super Moderator
Staff member
You're the one who is confused.
https://legaldictionary.net/romeo-and-juliet-laws/
According to federal law, it is illegal to have sexual relations with anyone between the ages of 12 and 18, if that person is four or more years younger than the perpetrator. Each state has specific legal age of consent laws, which vary from 10 to 18 years of age.

Some states do not have a Romeo and Juliet law, instead setting a specific age of consent. If any person engages in consensual sex prior to that age, they have committed a crime, regardless of how close in age the parties are.

Beyond that, it doesn't sound consensual, period.
Lack of consent is a matter different than age, and should have to be proven separately, not just assumed.
Also, advocating for a lowering of age of consent below 18 is hardly advocating "pedophilia" contrary to what some here are claiming.

I was talking about lack of consent, period.

But since you mentioned it, if someone is under the age of consent, consent is impossible, except within some limited age range in about half of the US states.

It's pedophilia the same way that you blow your nose on a kleenex.

Sorry, but pedophilia has nothing to do with the legal definition of age of consent.

Pedophilia is the sexual attraction to children before puberty. There's no place with an age of consent low enough to get into this range. Age of consent laws exist because teenagers often can be manipulated into things.
 

PyramidHead

Contributor
I find it hardest to believe that someone like Epstein wouldn't have a dead man's switch, which is why I am now in favor of the theory that he is not actually dead and was just extradited as part of a deal to protect the people he has dirt on.
 

lpetrich

Contributor
Jail guards assigned to watch Epstein were sleeping before his death
The two Manhattan jail guards tasked with monitoring Jeffrey Epstein before he died fell asleep on the job and fudged the log entries to show they checked on him and other inmates when they actually didn’t, according to reports.

Surveillance video reviewed after Epstein’s death showed the guards at the Metropolitan Correctional Center never made some of the inspections noted in the log, sources told The Post late Tuesday.

Jeffrey Epstein death: Shrieking heard from jail cell the morning he died at Metropolitan Correctional Center - CBS News
On the morning of Jeffrey Epstein's death there was shouting and shrieking from his jail cell, a source familiar with the situation told CBS News. Corrections officers attempted to revive him while saying "breathe, Epstein, breathe."

Congress is the latest to start investigating Epstein's apparent suicide over the weekend, with new reports raising questions about the federal jail where he was being held. One of Epstein's guards at the Metropolitan Correctional Center on the night he died was reportedly not a regular corrections officer.

Jeffrey Epstein accuser Jennifer Araoz sues Ghislaine Maxwell, 3 other Epstein staffers - "Jennifer Araoz alleges she was repeatedly sexually assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein at his New York townhouse when she was 14 and 15, including a 2002 rape."

Jeffrey Epstein did not work alone, so whoever assisted him will now get targeted.
 

PyramidHead

Contributor
Jail guards assigned to watch Epstein were sleeping before his death
The two Manhattan jail guards tasked with monitoring Jeffrey Epstein before he died fell asleep on the job and fudged the log entries to show they checked on him and other inmates when they actually didn’t, according to reports.

Surveillance video reviewed after Epstein’s death showed the guards at the Metropolitan Correctional Center never made some of the inspections noted in the log, sources told The Post late Tuesday.

Jeffrey Epstein death: Shrieking heard from jail cell the morning he died at Metropolitan Correctional Center - CBS News
On the morning of Jeffrey Epstein's death there was shouting and shrieking from his jail cell, a source familiar with the situation told CBS News. Corrections officers attempted to revive him while saying "breathe, Epstein, breathe."

Congress is the latest to start investigating Epstein's apparent suicide over the weekend, with new reports raising questions about the federal jail where he was being held. One of Epstein's guards at the Metropolitan Correctional Center on the night he died was reportedly not a regular corrections officer.

Jeffrey Epstein accuser Jennifer Araoz sues Ghislaine Maxwell, 3 other Epstein staffers - "Jennifer Araoz alleges she was repeatedly sexually assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein at his New York townhouse when she was 14 and 15, including a 2002 rape."

Jeffrey Epstein did not work alone, so whoever assisted him will now get targeted.

I love to wail and shriek like a banshee whenever I commit suicide by hanging, that's for sure!
 
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