Prosecutors admitted something about Jeffrey Epstein’s death that left jaws on the ground
Many Americans still have questions about Jeffrey Epstein’s death.
Few believe the official story of a suicide.
And now prosecutors admitted something about Jeffrey Epstein’s death that left jaws on the ground.
It looks like the government is actively working to bury the truth about Jeffrey Epstein and his crimes.
After a jury convicted Ghislaine Maxwell in five out of six sex trafficking charges, prosecutors announced they were dropping criminal charges against two guards in the jail where Epstein died.
The two guards initially faced charges for falling asleep on the job and falsifying records when Epstein died.
The Daily Caller reported:
Prosecutors sent a nolle prosequi to the judge on Dec. 13 stating they wanted to drop the charges against guards Tova Noel and Michael Thomas. The nolle prosequi said both guards had completed community service and complied with terms of an earlier non-prosecution agreement in which the case would not be brought to trial until after an investigation into Epstein’s death with the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General was complete, according to the report.
Charges were filed against the duo back in November of 2019, alleging the pair fell asleep and disregarded their duties while on the job, failing to conduct their checks at the Metropolitan Correctional Center where Epstein was being held on sex-trafficking and sexual-abuse charges, according to Insider. The charges also alleged the pair falsified prison records, which both men pleaded guilty to. Epstein was then found dead in his cell on Aug. 10, with a coroner ruling his death suicide.
The government also announced it would put Maxwell’s black book – which would reveal the names of the men who engaged in sexual acts with the underage girls Maxwell and Epstein trafficked – under seal.
The government clearly hopes Epstein’s death and Maxwell’s conviction will serve as the end of this saga.
Dropping the charges against the guards and disappearing Maxwell’s black book looks like the government tying up any loose ends to prevent further examination of Maxwell and Epstein’s crimes.
But those decisions are only causing Americans to ask what the government is so desperate to hide.