(Tea Party 247) – Just like Jeffery Epstein himself, it turns out that some video surveillance footage of his cell the night of his first alleged suicide attempt, has met an untimely demise. What a coincidence. As we most likely do not need to remind you, Epstein did not kill himself and it seems that any and all evidence that might shed some light on the bizarre circumstances surrounding his death, are magically unavailable or destroyed.
The recent death of Iranian General Soleimani really illustrated just how ridiculous it is that video surveillance and even still-pictures from the nights that Epstein allegedly tried to kill himself are just somehow missing. We can have images of a dead Soleimani from half-way around the world within minutes but preserving video footage inside a modern-day American prison is too high of a bar to reach, apparently. It truly is absurd.
The details of the missing footage from Epstein’s first alleged suicide attempt don’t really help the situation become more palatable.
Here’s what CNN Wire has to say:
Video surveillance footage taken outside Jeffrey Epstein’s cell during his first apparent suicide attempt in July 2019 “no longer exists” due to an accidental mix-up and technical issues, the government said in a court filing.
Prison officers at the Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) in New York found Epstein on the floor of his cell in the early-morning hours of July 23. He was found with a strip of bedsheet around his neck in what a federal document calls an apparent suicide attempt.
Video from the cameras that were recording outside his cell was not properly preserved and no longer exists, according to a letter filed Thursday by the US Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York.
On July 25, an attorney for Epstein’s cellmate at the time asked that MCC preserve video from outside the cell, the filing notes. MCC legal counsel looked up the cellmate’s cell number in the MCC computer system and requested that the staff preserve video of the cell from that night, the filing says.
However, the attorney said in December that security footage from that night was missing. The government responded a day later, saying the video was not missing and that it had been preserved.
But the letter filed Thursday indicated that the video was in fact gone due to a mix-up. The MCC computer system had listed an incorrect cell for Epstein’s cellmate, and so MCC staff had preserved unrelated footage, according to the government’s letter.
Well, isn’t that just convenient? What a time for a “mix-up.” What on earth could the tapes have caught that was so damning they had to be “mixed-up?” Just like Epstein’s actual suicide, it doesn’t seem like anything is what it appears to be.
Both the night of his attempted “suicide” and the night he was actually suicided, there appears to be no video surveillance available. What are the odds?
Apparently, the people in charge of covering up Epstein’s murder really think the American people are stupid. We all know exactly what happened and every time evidence just so happens to go “missing” or be “unavailable” it solidifies what we already know.
Epstein did not kill himself.