The saga surrounding the death of Jeffrey Epstein continued, as the night Epstein died, two prison guards on duty pleaded guilty to falsifying records. In return, they would not serve jail time and would have to fully cooperate with the Justice Department’s investigation into the death of Jeffrey Epstein.
Prosecutors claimed to be satisfied with the plea deal. “After an intensive investigation, and based on the facts of the case and the individual circumstances of the defendants, the government has determined that the interests of justice will be best served by postponing prosecution in this district”, US attorney Audrey Strauss Wrote However, the decision still has to be approved by Judge Analisa Torres.
However, not everyone is satisfied with the plea deal, as the US government’s investigation into the matter appears to have lost confidence.
“Jeffrey Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself”
According to a 2019 poll, a third of Americans said they believed Epstein’s death was accurately reported, so missed “Jeffrey Epstein didn’t kill himself” on your social media pages over the summer .
However officer DOJ investigation Reported that Jeffrey Epstein’s death was a suicide, an independent investigation conducted at the behest of Jeffrey Epstein’s brother revealed that his death was probably not a suicide.
Part of the lack of clarity was due to on-duty guards, Tova Noel and Michael Thomas, who were not fulfilling their responsibilities to log Jeffrey Epstein’s cell in their logbooks every thirty minutes. Security footage and browser history revealed that the guards were actually shopping online for furniture and taking a nap before Epstein’s death.
Jeffrey Epstein’s guards were reportedly working overtime at the time of his death. Thanks to a staff shortage, on-duty corrections officers were being asked to work several overtime shifts per week. United states today Reported that in FY 2019, the same year as the death of Jeffrey Epstein, correctional officers collectively earned $ 300 million in overtime.
According to an ABC report released in 2019, there was uncertainty as to whether Jeffrey Epstein’s guards were required to serve overtime, or whether he had volunteered on the night of his death. Seren Gregg, a union representative for MCC staff, said it was not uncommon to order guards to work in multiple shifts of eighteen hours in a row. The DOC declined to comment.
Despite the circumstances, some people are not happy with the seemingly generous plea deal for the guards on duty during Jeffrey Epstein’s death. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) called Plea deal “a joke”, In detail: “The leader of an international child sex trafficking ring escapes justice, his co-conspirators carry their secrets with him to the grave, and these guards are picking up trash on the side of the road.”
New charge of Grislin Maxwell
Jeffrey epstein story Does not end with his death. Currently, Ghislin is sitting behind bars at the Metropolitan Detention Center for her alleged role in Maxwell Epstein’s sex trafficking ring. New allegations have surfaced in Florida and Maxwell’s trial was returned in September due to these new developments.
Jeffrey Epstein’s new victim came forward claiming that Gheeslyn Maxwell lured her into a shopping spree and money greed in Epstein’s sex trafficking circle. She then claimed that she was sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislin Maxwell. On the way back, the new victim recounts how he crossed a lake filled with gators, and Epstein threatened with death, saying that if he said anything he would feed it to the gators.
Ghislin Maxwell also continues to complain about the conditions in his prison cell. Through his brother, Ian, Maxwell claims that the water in his cell is not potable, he has to use a sock to cover his eyes to sleep, and a camera follows his actions. . She also claimed that there was foul smell in her cell, but in her counter-report, MDC claimed that the smell was from not flushing her toilet.