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older article but hrrrm could be points to him having gone into witsec
In exchange for a sweetheart plea deal that buried dozens of allegations by underage girls of sexual abuse at his Palm Beach, Florida, mansion, disgraced hedge-fund manager Jeffrey Epstein provided federal investigators with “unspecified information,” according to records cited in a Tuesday report from the Miami Herald. Epstein, who has long faced allegations of coercion and sex trafficking, could have faced life in prison in 2007, when his lawyer met with Miami federal prosecutor Alexander Acosta, who is now President Trump’s labor secretary. The pair struck a deal that only required Epstein to serve 13 months in a county jail and shuttered an FBI probe into his alleged crimes. But as part of that deal, according to records cited by the Herald, Epstein provided “valuable consideration”—in other words, critical information—to federal investigators. There’s no direct evidence of what that information was, but records show that at around the same time, Epstein was considered to be a crucial witness during the trial of two Bear Stearns executives who faced allegations of corporate securities fraud during the 2008 financial crisis.
Lawyer Gloria Allred said Monday that she’s been hired by women who claim they were sexually assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein — and hinted they may have evidence against some of his powerful former pals. “I can’t disclose any information about what my clients allege, either about the defendant or about any other potential witnesses or persons who might have been or will be involved in this matter,” Allred said outside Manhattan federal court. “We are protecting that information at this time. I take these allegations very seriously and we’ll see what happens.” Allred did say, however, that none of the women were tied to the Florida case in which the multimillionaire financier struck a controversial 2008 plea bargain that let him serve just 13 months in jail — with most of that time on work release. “Some of the accusers I represent have come forward prior to the arrest of Mr. Epstein and some have come forward after his arrest,” she said, referring to when Epstein was busted July 6 at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. She also said that there’s “still time for any accusers to come forward.”
originally posted by: RalagaNarHallas
a reply to: Boadicea
but he was checked on every 10 minutes through the jail window,they took his clothes he had nothing he could attach his one sheet too and nothing was placed above ankle height so that you could not attach said sheet to anything with enough of an angle to hang your self this was over 15 years ago so who knows if it changed or if its different in fed prison
originally posted by: IamAbeliever
In the picture of him being wheeled out on the gurney, why is his face not covered? It's as if they wanted us to see his face, to convince us that this POS is dead. I'm not buying it.
I have never seen a deceased person wheeled out with their face uncovered.