A man was detained in California for writing “Epstien didn’t kill himself” on the wall of an art gallery
Over the past few months, the slogan “Epstein didn’t kill himself” runs everywhere in the USA, but this time it appeared in a very unexpected place. In August, in a New York prison, Jeffrey Epstein, accused of multiple sexual crimes with adults, mysteriously died and since then, the vast majority of Americans stubbornly do not want to believe in the official version of the investigation.
This time, a general mistrust of the authorities spilled onto the wall of Art Basel Miami Beach. 46-year-old Roderick Webber of Massachusetts wrote red lipstick “Epstien didn't kill himself” at the place where there was another art object - a titled “Comedian,” banana, which was estimated at 120 thousand dollars and eaten the day before the incident.
It is reported that the incident occurred around 5 pm. Many visitors were perplexed when a man began to draw an inscription on a white wall. Many filmed this action on their smartphones. Some drew the author's attention to the incorrectly written surname.
Gallery employees called the police, later Webber was charged with criminal mischief.
“If someone can eat the $120,000 banana and not get arrested, why can’t I write on the wall?” Webber shouted, according to a police report.
The duct-taped banana at Art Basel is gone and has been replaced with “Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself,” which security quickly covered up. ???? pic.twitter.com/nPtnuCm6sc— Giancarlo Sopo (@GiancarloSopo) December 9, 2019
According to the latest information, in connection with the death of the multi-billionaire sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein, two security guards were arrested, who, presumably by accident, missed the planned rounds of the prisoner and intentionally changed the log entries.
Also known pathologist, Dr. Michael Baden said Epstein’s injuries were not suicidal and more like intentional killing.