On the morning of Jeffrey Epstein’s death, a source familiar with the scenario as reported shouted and screamed from his prison cell. Corrections officers tried to rekindle him, saying, “Breath, Epstein, Breathe.”
Congress was the last one to investigate the apparent suicide of Epstein during the weekend, and fresh reports raised concerns concerning his federal prison. A regular correction officer was allegedly not one of Epstein’s guardians in the Metropolitan Correctional Center on the night of his death.
On Monday, the Attorney General, William Barr, criticized the detention center. “We’re going to get to the bottom of what occurred, and responsibilities will exist,” Barr said. “I was horrified and honestly upset to know that the MCC has not secured the inmate properly.” State researchers raided the private Virgin Islands of the supposed sex-trafficker on Monday.
With Epstein disappeared, prospective co-conspirators who participate in his supposed sex trafficking network have become focused. British socialist Ghislaine Maxwell is one of four females accused of sexual recruitment. In the past, she has rejected those allegations and had not charged with a felony. Maxwell is said to have become a company partner of Epstein’s ex-girlfriend. Its place is unknown today.
“She was more of an obsession partner,” said journalist Julie Brown of the Miami Herald, spending over two years exploring the contentious 2008 plea agreement in Epstein. The 2011 court papers revealed that Epstein controlled several flats in the building only blocks away from his New York City house for 77 million dollars, and supposedly housed ‘undertaking women from around the globe.’
Barr also issued a big warning to anyone evading justice:’ Let me assure you that the office of the New York City Medical Examiner conducted an autopsy, but the findings remain pending.
In an interview, a former Florida correction employee said that during his 13 months in county prison after he pleaded guilty in 2008 on allegations of asking a minor for prostitution, Epstein was “treated like a celebrity.” Her cell was frequently unlocked, and she saw him move freely — sometimes totally naked — through the dormitory region without any impact.