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DOJ Releases Report On Epstein Death…

Do you believe Epstein killed himself?  Neither do I. …

Yet that’s what the U.S. Department of Justice and the deep state want you to believe. According to a new 128-page report on Epstein’s death, his untimely passing has officially been ruled a suicide by the DOJ.

The report claimed that negligence was to blame for the purported ‘suicide’, but, of course, negligence is an incredibly nebulous word—it’s basically a non-answer to a deeply pressing question.

News 9 Australia reported, “A ‘combination of negligence, misconduct, and outright job performance failures’ was found to have enabled the wealthy financier to take his own life.”


However, no one seemed to believe the official explanation given by the authorities, just take a look at the tweets and comments made below:

Fox News had more on the story:

Roughly a month before his death in the jail’s Special Housing Unit for high-profile prisoners, the disgraced financier’s former cellmate told guards that Epstein had tried to hang himself after they found him with an orange cloth wrapped around his neck.

“Epstein first told MCC New York staff he thought his cellmate had tried to kill him, but later said he did not know what occurred and did not want to talk about how he had sustained his injuries,” according to the Office of Inspector General report.

He spent a day on suicide watch and was cleared, according to authorities.

Vernon Jones asked, “The only secure document in Washington is the Epstein client list. Wonder why that is?”

USA Today featured this statement from officials on the Epstein ‘suicide’:

“The BOP’s failures are troubling not only because the BOP did not adequately safeguard an individual in its custody, but also because they led to questions about the circumstances surrounding Epstein’s death and effectively deprived Epstein’s numerous victims of the opportunity to seek justice through the criminal justice system,” Michael Horowitz, the Justice Department’s inspector general, said in a statement released with the report.


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