Mark Epstein, the brother of Jeffrey Epstein, has come forward to accuse federal law enforcement of concealing the truth about his brother’s death. Mark Epstein claims to have gathered evidence that disproves the theory of his brother’s suicide. Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted pedophile, was found dead in his jail cell in New York City while awaiting trial for sex trafficking charges. Despite the official ruling of suicide, there have been numerous inconsistencies that have raised suspicions.
It is worth noting that Epstein, who was a high-profile prisoner, was found dead in federal custody at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York on August 10, 2019. Prior to his death, Epstein was reportedly optimistic and confident about his imminent release. His lawyers have argued that he never considered the possibility of not being released from jail. Epstein had previously been convicted of child sex crimes, but his influential connections ensured that he received a lenient sentence.
Those close to him maintain that he was not suicidal and would not have taken his own life out of fear. However, Epstein was discovered dead in his cell, having apparently used a bedsheet tied to the bunk bed to hang himself. It is also worth noting that the cameras in the Secure Housing Unit, where Epstein was held, were not recording throughout the previous night.
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Prison guards were also asleep, and Epstein was left without a cellmate, disregarding the direct orders of prison psychologists. The then-Attorney General, Bill Barr, later referred to this situation as a “perfect storm of mistakes.”
Within a week, a medical examiner determined the death to be a suicide. This ruling indicated that no further investigation was necessary.
Subsequently, the Department of Justice (DOJ) produced a 128-page report, which concluded that errors were made by the prison staff. The report attributed Epstein’s death to “long-standing operational challenges.”
However, there have been consistent challenges to the official narrative, including from Epstein’s brother, Mark, aged 69. Mark Epstein is advocating for the release of more information, including video footage from the cell block.
“I only want to look at facts, but when we consider the facts available, we get more questions,” the property developer told The New York Post.
“There appears to have been no investigation once it was ruled a suicide, they saw no reason to dig deeper.
“It seems like a cover-up. Why can’t I find his pre-hospital care report and why can’t I get the 911 call?”
Ep. 59 Most people understand that Jeffrey Epstein didn’t kill himself. But the attorney general of the United States helped cover up his murder? That’s a different thing entirely. Epstein’s brother Mark explains. pic.twitter.com/aP6EjURJmL
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