Epstein Found Dead — Suicide

Epstein killed himself in his cell.  I don’t necessarily doubt that he did it himself.  But there’s no doubt that a guy in custody on suicide watch and with global headline power — and with the dirtiest dirt on scores of the richest and most powerful people in the world — had some help either in the motivation or the accomplishment.

By the way, this means that the criminal case will end.  This is EXACTLY how to cover things up.  Yes, the civil cases will come, but let’s face it.  All we will get now is table scraps.

The Moveable Beast slouches away…

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20 thoughts on “Epstein Found Dead — Suicide”

  1. Yup.  Although to be fair to Hillary, this is above her paygrade.   This is Bill’s crowd, and she’s a stinking amateur.

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  2. I can’t think of a single reason why he would not kill himself.  He had already had everything  this world has to offer, to splendid excess!  What was ahead for him?  Nah— he’s Sardanapalus.

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  3. Dime I apologize in advance.

    This is unadulterated bull crap! Suicide my ass. This case was about to destroy the lives of plenty of evil people, many of whom I suspect are linked to Russiagate and aren’t named Trump. Now they get to walk away. These bastards get to continue operating in their wicked ways and there is no recourse. Lord when will the revolution begin.

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  4. Do the prosecutors have enough evidence to make a case against any of the other perps, now that they won’t have Epstein’s testimony ?

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  5. ctlaw:
    Julian Assange has to be worried.

    No I think they have other things in mind here. They want the precedent that leaking political secrets to entities not the NYT or WaPo is a violation of national security. That is more important than allowing Hillary any revenge.

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  6. I don’t believe in conspiracy theories, but I’m going to make an exception in this case.

    He already tried to kill himself once.  How did he not have three guards in his cell 24×7 just staring at him to make sure he didn’t harm himself, and fourth guy watching those three to make sure they don’t all blink at the same time?

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  7. I suppose one should not expect the world to change to a place of justice. The rich and connected get away with things. The “suicide watch” is more suicide than watch.

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  8. Depending on circumstances, suicide watch can consist of new prison clothes that feature a heavy drawstring waist, and surveillance monitoring every two hours on the hour.

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  9. MJBubba:
    Depending on circumstances, suicide watch can consist of new prison clothes that feature a heavy drawstring waist, and surveillance monitoring every two hours on the hour.

    Or a couple of bullets to the back of the head.

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