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Epstein Suicide Inquiry Subpoenas Roughly 15 Jail Employees, Others Reassigned, Placed on Leave

Epstein Suicide Inquiry Subpoenas Roughly 15 Jail Employees, Others Reassigned, Placed on Leave

Everything about this stinks to high heaven

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7N67mlIESkk

Jeffrey Epstein was accused of being a serial sexual predator who ran a rape ring that included some of the world’s richest and most powerful men and victimized underaged girls.

Everything about Epstein’s supposed suicide stinks to high heaven. From the time he was mysteriously and inexplicably left alone, to the autopsy report.

According to the New York Times, “roughly 15 employees at the Metropolitan Correctional Center where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in his jail cell have been subpoenaed as the criminal investigation into the events around his suicide intensifies.”

The warden and the head of the federal Bureau of Prisons have been reassigned. Two employees accused of sleeping on the job and falsifying records have been placed on administrative leave.

Now, roughly 15 employees at the Metropolitan Correctional Center where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in his jail cell have been subpoenaed as the criminal investigation into the events around his suicide intensifies, according to a prison official and a person with knowledge of the matter.

The subpoenas, issued in recent days by federal prosecutors in Manhattan, are the latest sign of the heightened scrutiny over the suicide of the high-profile detainee at the chronically understaffed federal jail.

The United States attorney general, William P. Barr, whose Justice Department oversees the Bureau of Prisons, has complained about “serious irregularities at this facility.” On Wednesday he went further, telling reporters in Dallas, “unfortunately, there have been some delays because a number of the witnesses were not cooperative.”

It was unclear which employees had received subpoenas, but Mr. Barr said on Wednesday that a number of witnesses at the jail were requiring union representation and lawyers before they would agree to interviews.

Eric Young, the president of the union that represents federal prison workers, disputed Mr. Barr’s claim that jail employees had been uncooperative. He said the Justice Department had been unwilling to grant immunity to workers.

See our previous coverage of the saga Epstein here.

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Meanwhile, the meme “Jeffrey Epstein didn’t kill himself” will continue to pop up in unlikely places. It seems that there is skepticism across the political spectrum, on this one.

Jeffrey Epstein is not dead. He was spirited away and is now living happily ever-after on one of his private islands with a gorgeous mansion, called, “Pedo Fantasy Island”.

Odds on those 15 employees who’ve been subpoenaed staying safe are what?

Anyone who has the “juice” to get to Epstein inside the Metropolitan Correctional Center can certainly make sure the Southern District of New York comes away with nothing.

That’s funny: not cooperating,,,,, because not granted IMMUNITY!!!

Seems like whoever handling this isn’t – – – whoever handled Clinton’s email matter… cause there, everyone including the kitchen sink down the hall, got immunity.

    healthguyfsu in reply to Close The Fed. | November 11, 2019 at 11:58 pm

    I’d be more convinced if the bloviating union mouthpiece had said they weren’t being granted witseq instead of immunity.

    If they’re not granted immunity then it’s not being “uncooperative” to insist on a union rep and a lawyer. Would you agree to show up for an interview without those and without immunity?

      Bruce Hayden in reply to Milhouse. | November 12, 2019 at 4:12 am

      I don’t have a problem with requiring that they have an attorney present. But union rep? Why should unionized government employees get more protections than any one else in regards to what should be a murder investigation?

      If things are as they appear, this was a major conspiracy to commit murder involving a number of the mostly probably unionized staff. Union contracts should have no part here. But then I see no moral justification for allowing the unionization of government employees, because allowing unionization puts their welfare above that of the citizens and taxpayers for whom they work, and get paid.

      Close The Fed in reply to Milhouse. | November 12, 2019 at 8:50 am

      You’re kind of missing my point….

Eric Ciaramella is the whistleblower.
Make memes and keep it going like Epstein.

1. Put them all under 24/7 surveillance and “suicide” watch.

2. Take all their passports.

3. Forensic accountants assigned to each one.

I’m honest about my approval of the death penalty. I’m also honest about my rules for applying the death penalty. They are the same rules for self defense. Which Andrew Branca has summed up very eloquently.

Andrew also provided the moral reasoning behind the law. Seriously? I’m going to stand before God and explain how I just casually took the life of another without being sure of what I was doing?

I have the right to defend my life, qnd the life of qnother. This does not mean I have the right to just take life. Also there are practical matters to consider.

It’s satisfying to execute rapists (child, adult women, what have you). But here’s the dealio, daddio. When you start executing rapists, you don’t get less rape. You get more rapist/murderers. Because if a guy is going to face the death penalty anyway, why let the only witness live?

This is something so puke worthy I never imagined I would need to say it. I am not an Epstein fan (hurl). He needed to gp away for a long, long time. But, did he neededed to be killed? If he did let’s make it the law. And eyes wide open we can go into it knowing there would be a lot of cadavers littering the Caribbean.

    Arminius in reply to Arminius. | November 11, 2019 at 8:17 pm

    Maybe some things are more pathetic than, “At least I’m honest.”

    The only thing that matters is having your facts straight.

    thetaqjr in reply to Arminius. | November 11, 2019 at 9:19 pm

    When you start executing rapists, you don’t get less rape. You get more rapist/murderers.”

    Isn’t the logical equivalent, “If society experiences fewer rapists, then society has ceased executing enough rapists.”?

    Man, let me think about this. I don’t know.

Are they going to issue subpoenas to Bill and Hillary Clinton?

    Subotai Bahadur in reply to RandomCrank. | November 11, 2019 at 9:02 pm

    No, but there is an excellent chance that their signatures will be on the orders to have the 15 subpoenaed Federal hit people “Epsteined”.

    Subotai Bahadur

    Arminius in reply to RandomCrank. | November 11, 2019 at 9:18 pm

    They better have their facts straight, and have a strong case that they are willing to make.

    I’m concerned that the turncoats in the deep state will try to dispose of this by bringing a weak case that any competent attorney will there bottom with.

    And then the Hillary! fans will have carte blanche to say, “OMG! Are you STILL persecuting that poor woman? That case has already been kicked out of court you right wing nut case. Seriously, we pure-as-the-driven-snow Democrats have already demonstrated there is nothing tto this.

    OMG, the real killer walks around free and you’re still talking about Hillary! when she’s been cleared?”

the great reneger and a handful of others have all the info to put soros away–would not be at all surprised, after the release of the upcoming doj/ig report(particularly if they are thorough and genuine and not just the usual whitewash/cover job), to read that the great reneger and several others have met a fate similar to epstein–soros hasn’t lasted this long by not attending to loose ends

When are they going to subpoena the Medical Examiner and ask her who pressured her to change her findings…before all the test results were in?

This lie may have started in the prison, but it was finished in the Medical Examiner’s Office.

The wheels of justice do, indeed, grind slowly. My guess is that no one over fifty will live long enough to see any judicial proceedings on this thing … or the Durham/Horowitz thingy for that matter.

expect this will be unlike the kennedy murder–epstein catered to the international community–undoubtedly he kept some insurance information to protect himself–when that trove comes to light(and believe that it will as am sure someone has it in their possession)a great many figures here and throughout the world are going to take some serious heat/prosecution for their participation/support/crimes

we are no longer a nation of laws.

the rich & powerful are untouchable.

the rest of us are sitting ducks, anytime the government, at any level decides to deprive us of life, liberty or freedom.

and we are not going to vote out way out of this.

    gonzotx in reply to redc1c4. | November 12, 2019 at 12:05 am

    That down vote was a mistake, big thumbs, it was supposed to be a up vote

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to redc1c4. | November 12, 2019 at 1:30 pm

    It’s always been this way. The child of someone connected, or, a “pillar of the community”, gets a ride home after crashing his 16th-birthday German car through a shop window because he’s drunk. A child of the peasantry gets manhandled into a jail cell.

    Kennedys can kill people nd get away with it. You and I cannot.

    We have the very best justice system money can buy. Me? I can’t afford justice.

The glue that will keep this story for “suicide” from coming apart is the combination of money and threat to obliterate the staff and families if not silent. They have proven they can get to anyone anywhere. Not a deep state, or a deep nation…. rather a Deep World. They can summon the best of the best within and without the normal channels.

He said the Justice Department had been unwilling to grant immunity to workers.
Kind of like the deal crooked Hilary associates received.

Murdered.

Calm down red. I appreciate your enthusiasm.

Piercing. Yes, that is how I would describe it.

An interesting interview with Mike Cernovich, who played a critical role in exposing Epstein.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyWoKNgafxg

The first half is about his life, so if you just want to hear about Epstein skip ahead one hour.

Did they subpoena whomever was in charge of the security cameras that mysteriously failed?

ScottTheEngineer | November 12, 2019 at 8:49 am

Hmm. Just thought of something. It happens…

What if they have a tape of prince harry raping a 13 year old girl. Do we arrest him?

the rich & powerful are untouchable.

the rest of us are sitting ducks, anytime the government, at any level decides to deprive us of life, liberty or freedom.
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this is precisely what the facists/progressives want the rest of us to think–while do not disagree with you personally, would disagree with the sentiment you express–we must remember the thinly-veiled admonition ” by any means necessary ” and be prepared to respond in kind–legally, if possible and by other means if necessary or called for

they are indeed touchable

The kind of money JE had buys many powerful friends. We know they protected him. Is it possible that when they could no longer do so they provided him the opportunity to kill himself as a courtesy, so that he would not have to bear the fall from opulent indulgence to decades suffering in prison?

Reformed Trombonist | November 12, 2019 at 12:12 pm

> Now, roughly 15 employees at the Metropolitan Correctional Center where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in his jail cell have been subpoenaed as the criminal investigation into the events around his suicide intensifies, according to a prison official and a person with knowledge of the matter.

You can always count on NYT to beg the question when they consider a matter to be settled. “Where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself” — they’re taking sides.

If those unionized guards were involved in a conspiracy, you can be sure they were very well taken care of. Lots and lots of money. Millions$ They need to be watched carefully over a long period of time to see if they start spending inordinate sums of money. And they start buying Porsches or very expensive houses with cash, they need to be prosecuted for tax evasion.

Of course, if there is a conspiracy, any guard who starts showing inordinate wealth will probably die in a car accident.

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