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Here we are two and a half years after the death of Jeffrey Epstein and we still have questions that seem to be unanswered.

Why were no guards around to keep an eye on this high-profile criminal? Why were the guards sleeping? Why were the cameras that were to be pointed at Epstein’s cell not working? Why was some of the video footage that was take “accidentally deleted”?

The primary question that everyone wants to know is whether or not Jeffrey Epstein really committed suicide in his jail cell, because many people don’t believe that he would have.

To be honest, it really doesn’t make a lot of sense for him to commit suicide. He was rich and powerful enough to likely get out of trouble just like he did before.

Many people believe that there is a cover-up and that he was likely murdered in his cell. One other thing that brings this into question is that Bill Clinton is implicated in all of this and we all know what happens to people who have dirt on the Clintons. They get “suicided”.

There has never been a couple who have had more friends commit suicide than the Clintons.

Well, apparently there was some video showing a portion of the prison and it was reviewed by former Attorney General Bill Barr. In his new book. Here’s what he said:

“The New York City medical examiner had conducted an autopsy and ruled that Epstein killed himself by hanging,” Barr wrote. “Other evidence also pointed to suicide, but it was the video evidence that confirmed the medical examiner’s finding.”

“I personally reviewed that video footage. It shows conclusively that between the time Epstein was locked in his cell at 7:49 p.m. on the night of August 9 and the time he was discovered the next morning at 6:30 a.m., no one entered his tier.’

Should be believe Bill Barr? Is he telling the truth? It’s hard to know where Barr is at nowadays given all that happened.


Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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