Fri. Nov 15th, 2019

These 10 Facts About the Epstein Case Might Legitimize Conspiracy Theories

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As Steven said, it’s hard not to buy into Jeffrey Epstein conspiracy theories when the whole starting point is PEDOPHILE ISLAND. But it seems like every day even more conspiracy fuel is thrown onto the fire, to the point it almost seems conspiratorial to believe Epstein committed suicide. By himself. Not to be confused with suicided with a little help from his “friends.” Especially considering Epstein was starting to get chatty about who else visited Pedophile Island, then days later he “killed himself.”

So without further ado, below is a timeline of the Jeffrey Epstein craziness.

One: Jeffrey Epstein’s former bodyguard Igor Zinoviev seems terrified. The Russian clammed up when asked about negative statements he made about Epstein four years prior and suggested Epstein had “help” in offing himself. From New York Magazine:

You think somebody helped him kill himself?

Yeah.

Okay. Why?

Listen, you know, that’s going a little too deep.

I mean, I’m just trying to understand that maybe you’d be happy he was dead or you would be upset. I don’t know. Are you even feeling anything? 

I’m not sad. I mean, I didn’t have anything against him, like a bad thing, you know? I don’t care about his life completely. I don’t give a, let’s say, like, crap about how he die, how he live, or how he’s managed.

Igor isn’t entirely out of line for suspecting his former employer had “help” in this “suicide” once you look at the evidence. But that’s the least disturbing aspect of Igor’s phone call with M.L. Nestel. More frightening is how the Russian native reacted when Nestel started asking about the police visiting Epstein.

You said: “He always do something wrong. There was some nights in question. There was at home arrest and police, before they come to the house, they call him and tell him they coming in at eight o’clock in the morning. It’s all corruption you know. It’s all bullshit.”

Listen, don’t put yourself in trouble. Seriously.

Respectfully, this sounds like every damn spy movie ever made. Tell me I’m crazy. But wait until you read the next part. Then tell me.

I’m telling you to give you a chance to remember because we talked about this stuff. I know it’s hard. I don’t know what you mean about “put myself in trouble.”

Let that go. Seriously. Let that go.

Why is it so important? Are you worried about the local cops?

Listen, you’re really smart and I’m not going to offer that over the phone right now, okay? You’re really smart. You have no idea. Please!

What do you mean by that?

I can’t explain you. I can’t explain you over the phone any of this.

So there’s that.

TWO: In July, Epstein was put on suicide watch after being found semiconscious on the floor of his cell, with minor neck injuries. Due to the nature of the neck injuries, one source told NBC News it was possible Epstein staged an attack or suicide attempt to luck out to another facility. I guess Epstein did, eventually, land in another facility. Rumor has it it’s hot as hell.

THREE: Epstein was removed from suicide watch days later at the request of Epstein’s attorneys. This is apparently a bizarre move. From NBC News:

“For them to pull him off suicide watch is shocking,” Cameron Lindsay, a former warden who worked at three federal facilities, told NBC News. “For someone this high-profile, with these allegations and this many victims, who has had a suicide attempt in the last few weeks, you can take absolutely no chances. You leave him on suicide watch until he’s out of there.”

There was a lot riding on Epstein. Why, oh WHY would he be taken off suicide watch? Unless no one wanted to watch the suicide. See what I did there?

The Metropolitan Correctional Center, where Epstein was jailed, was then supposed to follow certain procedures to ensure Epstein’s safety. Which it didn’t do. Their excuse was they’re staff was overworked. See the next point.

FOUR: Guards tasked with monitoring Jeffrey Epstein “fell asleep” for THREE HOURS while on duty, then falsified records in order to keep their wrinkly butts out of the fire, according to The New York Times. Guards at the facility are also supposed to check on the prisoner every thirty minutes. But you know. Three hours is like thirty minutes, just with additional 30-minute increments. How this happened in the days of timers and redundancies is unknown.

Then there’s this:

Failure, or made to look like a failure.

We ain’t done yet.

FIVE: Those guards weren’t really all that trained to be guards in the first place. But according to MCC, they are short on proper correctional officers, so they had to use some substitutes. One of which, according to the NY Times, was tasked with watching over the child-slave-sex-supplier for the rich and powerful. Sure. When you’re guarding the world’s most famous pedophile, who has mountains of evidence against other powerful pedophiles (which he was starting to share), why use the A-team to guard him when you can hire over-worked, tired, not super trained guards instead? Makes complete sense.

SIX: Questionable autopsy results. In a cell with zero way to hang himself, Jeffrey Epstein supposedly hung himself. But breaks in his neck might suggest he didn’t hang himself but was possibly choked. Read New Jeffrey Epstein Autopsy Report Suggests Foul Play.

SEVEN: No camera footage of the death. None. Despite there being cameras in the unit where Epstein was being held, there is no evidence at all of the “suicide.” According to the New York Post, though there are cameras present, those cameras are pointed outside the cells, not inside.

EIGHT: Screams were heard coming from Epstein’s cell. But again, we have no camera footage of this or even audio?

On the morning of Jeffrey Epstein’s death there was shouting and shrieking from his jail cell, a source familiar with the situation told CBS News. Corrections officers attempted to revive him while saying “breathe, Epstein, breathe.”

That seems suspicious to me. Why yell “breathe, breathe” to an obviously dead guy?

NINE: Epstein was arrested on July 6. The FBI raided Pedophile Island on August 13. Now I’m not a legal expert, but wouldn’t there be legal standing to search Pedophile Island once Epstein was arrested BACK IN JULY? I’m just asking.

TEN: Epstein’s suspected Madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, was right out in the open shortly after Epstein’s demise, seemingly unconcerned as she nommed In-N-Out burgers. From the New York Post:

Maxwell, 57, the alleged madam to the multimillionaire pedophile, was scarfing down a burger, fries and shake al fresco at an In-N-Out Burger on Monday while reading “The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives,” a nonfiction best-seller by journalist Ted Gup.

She seems in no ways concerned. I’d bet Alex Jones is going crazy over that book title.

MORE WEIRD STUFF:

Epstein was visited by a young woman, possibly a lawyer but yeah right, the day after he was taken off suicide watch. The two were in a room for at least two hours. The room is only used for inmates and their attorneys. From Forbes:

“The optics were startling. Because she was young. And pretty,” said the visiting attorney, who asked that his name not be used because he didn’t want to create friction with the prison administration. He speculated the woman could be a lawyer—NBC News has reported that Epstein paid members of his team to sit with him in a room for eight hours a day for attorney-client meetings, allowing him to avoid his cell.

Is there really no way we can find out who that woman is? We’re really supposed to believe no one knows who was?

Then this: Epstein shipped a cement truck and industrial carpet cleaner to Pedophile Island weeks before the damning expose was published and MONTHS before the FBI decided to get it together and actually investigate the island. From UK DailyMail:

Jeffrey Epstein had a $100,000 cement truck shipped express to his Caribbean island three weeks before an expose was published which led to his arrest, DailyMailTV can exclusively reveal.

‘The shipment arrived Epstein’s island on November 7th of 2018, 21 days before Julie Brown’s expose was published in the Miami Herald and 23 days before Epstein allegedly began to try to pay off witnesses.

Again, the FBI just NOW got around to investigating the island after Epstein was dead?

What say you? Are we crazy for thinking this was no suicide, or are we blowing this out or proportion? Either way, this story has been fascinating to watch and theorize upon.

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Author: Courtney Kirchoff