In some breaking news, it has been reported first by the Washington Post that some video footage which was reviewed from outside the prison cell of now-deceased multi millionaire financier/pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein, has been deemed “unusable.”
Business Insider explains:
Epstein died by suicide in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center earlier this month, prompting a federal investigation into the circumstances surrounding his death. Both the FBI and the Justice Department’s inspector general’s office are investigating.
It was reported by the Washington Post that a camera positioned outside of Epstein’s cell picked up “unusable” footage, investigators determined. It was not made clear as to what specifically about the video footage that made it “unusable.”
Other cameras in the general area were able to capture clearer video footage, The Post reports.
In the weeks following the financier/pedophile’s apparent suicide, there have been reports that prison staff broke protocol. It was stated that guards had fallen asleep during their shifts, in addition to placing Epstein in a cell by himself, which they were not supposed to do. There were also reports that the prison was dealing with major staffing shortages.
The New York chief medical examiner ruled Epstein’s death a suicide, leading the deceased’s defense team to release a statement that they were “not satisfied” with the M.E.’s findings. They slammed the “medieval conditions” their client was kept in while serving his time inside the federal prison, pointing the finger at the broken protocol for Epstein’s death.
Epstein’s defense team made the decision to conduct “an independent investigation alongside the federal probes.” They said that they “would use legal action, if necessary, ‘to view the pivotal videos — if they exist as they should — of the area proximate to Mr. Epstein’s cell during the time period leading to his death.’” according to Business Insider.
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