Jeffrey Epstein allegedly committed suicide in his jail cell this weekend.
But a lot remains unclear about his death.
And with Epstein having mysteriously died before his trial, you won’t believe what he was hiding.
The child predator was only temporarily on suicide watch after he was found in his cell on July 23 with marks on his neck, indicating a possible suicide attempt.
But for some reason, Epstein was removed from suicide watch and reports indicate there were no cameras trained inside the cells to show what happened.
Epstein’s “suicide” is being widely debated by both the Left and the Right.
Not many are buying the official story.
Many suspect he may have been murdered due to his close association with the Clinton family and other powerful people.
Regardless, his death occurred right before his trial, which could have exposed deep secrets of his trips the rich and famous took to his pedophile island.
Jeffrey Epstein has been found dead in his Manhattan jail cell by suspected suicide, according to several reports.
Epstein, who was being held at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, reportedly committed suicide, hanging himself in his jail cell, according to reports from the New York Times and ABC News. According to the Associated Press, “The medical examiner’s office in Manhattan confirmed Epstein’s death.”
The news of his suicide comes weeks after authorities found the disgraced billionaire semi-conscious in his jail cell. At the time, Epstein was in a fetal position with marks around his neck, signifying a failed suicide attempt.
The trial could have exposed others that were sex trafficking underage girls.
Those responsible for guarding Epstein need to be held responsible.
Epstein was a danger to himself, and others were clearly incentivized to not have him appear in court.
There’s no telling how much Epstein would have revealed in the courtroom.
But now we will never know.
What are your thoughts?
Was Epstein’s death a suicide or murder?
What do you think his trial might’ve exposed?
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