There is something really fishy about the Jeffrey Edward Epstein story.
Epstein was a very wealthy American financier and convicted sex offender, born and raised in Brooklyn, New York City. It was unknown by most of his associates and “friends” how he acquired so much wealth, almost like the Great Gatsby, except in Epstewins’s case, an evil version of the movie character.
Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ jet would fly powerful people to his private island, Little Saint James, U.S. Virgin Islands. Bill Clinton, Kevin Spacey, and more—these are just some of the high-profile figures who allegedly flew aboard the notorious aircraft.
While awaiting his sex trafficking trial on Aug. 10, 2019, Epstein was placed on suicide watch. After being in detention for a month, he was found hanging in his cell. The high-profile death was officially ruled a suicide by the New York City medical examiner.
US prosecutors ended the criminal case against the two Manhattan prison guards tasked with guarding convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein on the night of his suicide and who admitted to falsifying records.
The feds dropped the case on December 13 during the Ghislaine Maxwell trial, however, the news was made public on Thursday. Epstein’s longtime partner-in-crime Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted Wednesday of five federal sex trafficking charges after a jury concluded that she played a pivotal part in recruiting and grooming teenage girls to be sexually abused by her close confidant.
A jury has found Ghislaine Maxwell
Count 1: Guilty
Count 2: Not Guilty
Count 3: Guilty
Count 4: Guilty
Count 5: Guilty
Count 6: Guilty
— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) December 29, 2021
In November 2019, two federal prison guards were arrested for ‘failing to check on’ pedophile Jeffrey Epstein the night he died in his prison cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center.
The two prison guards, who were working overtime, broke protocols and failed to check on Epstein every 30 minutes even though he was previously placed on suicide watch, then removed from monitoring shortly before his death.
The guards falsified the prison logs to reflect they were carrying out their duties by checking on Epstein every half-hour.
An Obama-appointed judge earlier this year approved the deferred prosecution deal for two prison guards, now the feds have dropped the charges.
— Reuters (@Reuters) December 30, 2021
U.S. prosecutors decided to end their criminal case against two Manhattan jail guards who admitted to falsifying records on the night the financier Jeffrey Epstein killed himself on their watch.
In a Thursday filing in Manhattan federal court, prosecutors asked a judge to dismiss claims against Tova Noel and Michael Thomas, after both complied with the six-month deferred prosecution agreements they agreed to in May.
Noel and Thomas were accused of falling asleep and surfing the internet that night rather than checking on Epstein every 30 minutes.
Both admitted to having “willfully and knowingly” falsified records to make it seem they were monitoring Epstein properly.Their deferred prosecution agreements required that they each perform 100 hours of community service and cooperate with a federal probe arising from Epstein’s death.
Written By: Eric Thompson, host of the Eric Thompson Show.
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