Stop with all the conspiracy theories, folks. It's not like Bill Clinton was named in court documents just hours before Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide.
Wait, never mind. We were wrong...
This is why people don't trust the government.
As more information trickles out about the suspicious death of Jeffrey Epstein, AG General William Barr asked the Justice Department's inspector general on Saturday to launch its own investigation, while the FBI also launched an inncs, as the FBI conducts an investigation of its own.
Law enforcement officials previously said Epstein, 66, hanged himself and was found in a jail cell Saturday morning at roughly 7:30 am. Previously, on July 23, "Epstein was found passed out in his jail cell with marks on his neck.
Epstein was under extra security in a special unit of Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan - but he wasn't under suicide watch, a prison official told the Times. Bernie Kerek, former commissioner of the New York City Department of Correction, wrote an op-ed for The Hill raising serious doubts about Epstein's suicide...
[T]he most basic question, in my mind, is why Epstein was in solitary confinement in the first place — something so totally inappropriate for a prisoner already at risk of suicide...
He tried to commit suicide less than two weeks ago and, we were told, was placed in solitary confinement and under a suicide watch.
So how in the world could he commit suicide?
There is nothing worse than taking a suicidal prisoner and sticking him into a solitary confinement cell. Common sense and any psychologist, any corrections professional, will tell you that — so why was it done in this instance?
In solitary confinement there is a 15-minute “watch” rule, but that is not the same as a “suicide watch.” A prisoner can asphyxiate himself in 90 seconds and, after eight minutes or so, he will be brain dead.
That’s exactly why around-the-clock supervision is necessary when a prisoner is classified as suicidal. And it requires constant supervision, in person or by technology — cameras.
Just days before his death, revelations about many of the rich and famous individuals who were serviced by his pedophile ring began to emerge; all raising serious suspicions about his death and just what Epstein was ready to make public.