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Did Clintons get another one?
#1
https://www.foxnews.com/us/epstein-taken...fore-death

Although, reading different forums, not being a lawyer, it appears by Epstein's death, now all the records are going to be much easily searched since there is no longer anyone to object to the records being searched.
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#2
Several suspicious things involved here;  When an inmate is on suicide risk they are in isolation, they have only a paper gown to wear with no linen, they are on 24-hour camera with at least one Corrections Officer watching them and/or the camera.  Although standards may vary between facilities, that is how it works at our county jail.  If the Feds had less standards than that...very curious.  What did he hang himself with?  He should not have had clothing or linens/blanket.  That's the point of being on suicide watch...you have nothing to hang yourself with.  It's not impossible to kill yourself i.e. you can bite your own wrists or take a header off the bunk head first into the toilet, but you SHOULD NOT be able to hang yourself!

So, either they were extremely incompetent at this facility, with a high profile inmate...or he's not dead.  Is it possible they faked it and he's now in witness protection?  The reports said a body was taken to the hospital that 'looked liked' Epstein.  Probably just a conspiracy theory but the sheer gross incompetence if he is dead is staggering.
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#3
To go further, to give everyone an idea of what actually happens when someone is on suicide watch;
  • You are in a single cell by yourself.
  • You are searched including your mouth so that you have no sharp objects.
  • You have ONLY a mattress.  No clothing, no linen, no blanket.
  • You are given ONE gown made of paper.
  • You are on camera 24/7.
  • You have at least one Officer watching you at all times.  
At our facility, you have a Deputy watching on camera 24/7 AND another Deputy making a physical well-being check every 15-minutes cell-side.  If they have made a recent attempt then they ALSO have a one-on-one with a Deputy sitting in front of his cell.  Especially a HIGH PROFILE INMATE.  So had Epstein been in our county jail, he would have had THREE DEPUTIES watching him, every second of every minute of every hour. 

Very odd that the Feds had less standards...
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From a group on Facebook.
 
EPSTEIN’S JAIL STOPPED FOLLOWING ITS NORMAL PROCEDURES PRIOR TO HIS SUICIDE
by Kevin Ryan 
 
Questions remain today about how Jeffrey Epstein — the financier who was at Metropolitan Correctional Center in Lower Manhattan awaiting trial on charges he sexually abused dozens of girls — died while in federal custody.  The New York Times conducted its own investigation following his death Saturday morning.  Here’s what they uncovered:
 
• EPSTEIN WAS TAKEN OFF SUICIDE WATCH JUST 6 DAYS AFTER HIS JULY 23RD SUICIDE ATTEMPT: Epstein was placed on suicide watch after he had been found in his cell on July 23rd with neck injuries that suggested that he had tried to kill himself.  According to federal regulations, inmates on suicide watch are housed in special observation cells, surrounded with windows, with a bolted down bed and no bedclothes.  Special clothing that cannot be used to hang oneself are issued to the inmate.  And a correction officer is assigned to sit in an adjacent office and monitor the inmate constantly.  The inmates also receive daily psychiatric evaluations.
 
But just six days later, on July 29, Epstein was taken off the watch for reasons that remain unclear.  Inmates can only be removed from the watch when the program coordinator, who is generally the chief psychologist at the facility, deems they are no longer at imminent risk for suicide.  Also, a face-to-face evaluation and a “post-watch report” needs to be completed, which includes an analysis of how the inmate’s circumstances have changed and why that merits removal from the watch.  It’s not known whether such steps were taken.
 
Following the decision to remove Epstein from suicide watch, the jail informed the Justice Department that Epstein would have a cellmate and that a guard “would look into his cell” every 30 minutes.  He was placed in a cell with Nicholas Tartaglione, a former police officer facing murder charges. 
 
• THE JAIL TRANSFERRED HIS CELLMATE, ALLOWING EPSTEIN TO BE HOUSED ALONE, A VIOLATION OF JAIL POLICY:  Just 2 weeks after being taken off of suicide watch, the jail removed his cellmate and allowed Epstein to be housed alone in a cell, a decision that violated the jail’s normal procedure, two officials said.
 
• EPSTEIN WAS NOT CLOSELY MONITORED, ALSO A VIOLATION OF JAIL POLICY: Guards were supposed to check on him every 30 minutes, but that procedure was not being followed the night before he was found, a law-enforcement official with knowledge of his detention told The New York Times.  
 
Guards discovered his body at 6:30am Saturday morning, the Bureau of Prisons said.  He had apparently hung himself.
 
• AN INVESTIGATION IS NOW UNDERWAY INTO WHY NORMAL PROCEDURES AND REGULATIONS WERE NOT FOLLOWED: Attorney General William P. Barr said in a statement yesterday that “Mr. Epstein’s death raises serious questions that must be answered.  In addition to the F.B.I.’s investigation, I have consulted with the Inspector General, who is opening an investigation into the circumstances of Mr. Epstein’s death.”
 
SOURCES: https://www.nytimes....cide-watch.html

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#5
Yes, now they're saying that he had been taken off suicide watch.  Which raises even more questions.  The point to really consider is that he was a high profile inmate.  They are treated differently because they are high profile.  Again, I can't speak to the rules of the facility he was in, but he should have at least gone to a cell that is still on camera as well as 15-minute checks by a Corrections Officer.  

Still believe he is alive.  Too many things aren't adding up.
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Governmental dependance makes for poor self reliance.

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#7
Dave,he was whacked.Simple as that,you've seen how folk change in jail.They just don't care,he knew he was caught,he also knew he was dead.You know both sides of the equation,you've seen it.'08.
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#8
Still don't think he's dead. Time will tell...
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#9
latest info was autopsy report states there were broken neck bones which usu occur when a person is choked ( by hands )... tho not 100% of time
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#10
I read that news report also that the autopsy had questionable results if it was actually a suicide or not based on the break in the neck.
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