Prison guards who overslept Epstein’s death will receive criminal charges
The death of the “pimp for the rich and high-powered,” Jeffrey Epstein, has long been concealed by the decision of the New York coroner, which states that the prisoner committed suicide. But under pressure from the public, those who were responsible for the "oversight" will not be able to avoid punishment.
Two security guards who violated the internal routine and decided to take a nap at work, thereby miss out on the death of the most important accused, today must meet with criminal charges in the case of falsification of prison records.
It is worth recalling that Epstein was accused of sex trafficking of minor girls. Also, from open sources it became known about close ties with the tops of the governments of the most influential countries, including the United States and Great Britain. But suddenly, on August 10, early in the morning, the body of a dead accused was found hanging in his own prison cell.
Since then, this case has only been surrounded by strange details revealed during the investigation. That night, the security cameras were randomly turned off, and the only jailers violated the internal charter, requiring the prisoner to be checked every 30 minutes.
Also a former New York City medical examiner, Dr. Michael Baden said that Epstein’s injuries are consistent with violent killing.
“He noted that the 66-year-old Epstein had two fractures on the left and right sides of his larynx, specifically the thyroid cartilage or Adam’s apple, as well as one fracture on the left hyoid bone above the Adam’s apple,” Baden told Fox News.
Amid all the conflicting evidence, the New York City prosecutor's office decided to punish two security guards whose names were not disclosed. It is also known from unofficial sources that both of them were forbidden to tell the details of that night while the investigation was ongoing.