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Jeffrey Epstein found dead in Manhattan jail cell

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3 hours ago, TheVig said:

I'm sure he's in hell. However I believe a lot of people just got a pass.

A certain high profile news commentator mentioned the possibility Epstein was "offed" in jail to protect those 1%-ers that he has the dirt on

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41 minutes ago, IndyPoolPlayer said:

A certain high profile news commentator mentioned the possibility Epstein was "offed" in jail to protect those 1%-ers that he has the dirt on

It is possible. But I'll get back to that in second paragraph. My first thought is.. good. And he's getting a pass in hell if he did what they say he did. His suicide is a strong indicator of guilt to me. The media was just in the midst of the feeding frenzy and they will be disappointed their oxygen got cut off.

 

My second thought was about that man in Ohio that got convicted of like 1100 or more counts of rape and kidnapping for three women in a house over 17 years, some kind of story I had a very hard time believing (you can't devise an escape through a window and flag someone, anyone, down, after not long, those horrible things? Hey. But that not the focus of this post) and then was found dead by suicide a day or two after the televised sentencing. Riiiiiiiiiight.

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Televised and sentencing got strung into one word, so I edited the post, hopefully the grammar police can appreciate this.

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You have to suppose it is possible that Trump put out a hit on him, but nobody at the prison would take the job on account of Trump having a history of not paying his vendors.

 

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1 hour ago, Sidewinder said:

You have to suppose it is possible that ⚠️ put out a hit on him, but nobody at the prison would take the job on account of ⚠️ having a history of not paying his vendors.

 

FTFY

 

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2 hours ago, Sidewinder said:

You have to suppose it is possible that Trump put out a hit on him, but nobody at the prison would take the job on account of Trump having a history of not paying his vendors.

 

  Keep the politics out of this...only warning.

 

this goes for everyone, not just quoted poster.

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The sad takeaway from this is that the only reason anyone cares about a suicide in prison, aside from the immediate family, is if it is a high-profile inmate.  They occur all to frequently yet get next to no media coverage.  They extract a toll on staff that can never properly be addressed and they take a toll on other inmates, especially if it was a situation where it was not a single-cell housing environment. 

 

 

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He's now in the witness protection program. A year or two from now someone will ID him working at a Kum & Go in Nebraska somewhere.

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1 hour ago, TheVig said:

He's now in the witness protection program. A year or two from now someone will ID him working at a Kum & Go in Nebraska somewhere.

Nah. He would be shipped off to SE Asia where Epstein can set up shop and serve his 1% clients from Bangkok.

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My tinfoil hat says this is just more blood on the hands of someone who was found on the flight logs 20+ times. It's unfortunate that, with him gone, all the connections may never be known. But at the same time, most of Hollywood is guilty of the same thing and they're in plain sight, so would it really change anything?

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