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Don’t disregard Jeffrey Epstein’s death as a murder conspiracy theory

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Dont disregard Jeffrey Epsteins death as a murder conspiracy theory

It seems as if the alleged suicide of Jeffrey Epstein is already being swept under the rug. Some of this is due to the fact that he was a monster and few people in America are sad to see him gone. But there seems to be a concerted effort to label any talk of irregularities in his “suicide” as conspiracy theories, with even the President being accused by left-wing legacy media of propagating falsehoods.

But there are serious concerns, questions that must be asked, and answers that will likely never come. Most of the conspiracy theories revolve around motive; Were Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and other lawmakers worried of being implicated by Epstein? This one isn’t a conspiracy theory. It’s well known that powerful men have been named in connection with Epstein’s child sex ring. More will likely be named. And Epstein’s word is the one that everyone wanted to hear on the matter. Would he name names to get a lightened sentence? Some indicators before his death said yes.

The real conspiracy theories lie in the unknown. If he was on suicide watch, why was he not being watched? If he was taken off of suicide watch, who’s the idiot who thought that was a good idea? Why were surveillance cameras allegedly “malfunctioning” at the most inconvenient time possible? If guards were supposed to check on him every 30 minutes, why is there a gap between the time of his death and the time his body was found?

We’re hearing all kinds of excuses. The guards were on overtime. The cameras weren’t malfunctioning, but the files are corrupt. He wasn’t really on suicide watch because he was acting happy and ready for trial. There’s no investigation because federal law enforcement do not investigate apparent suicides. We’re hearing anything and everything from the DoJ and others involved in the seemingly simple task of making sure Jeffrey Epstein didn’t die.

But, as Michael Corleone said in The Godfather, Part II, “If anything in this life is certain, if history has taught us anything, it is that you can kill anyone.”

It is almost certain we will never know the truth about Jeffrey Epstein’s death or the people he could have implicated had he not been “taken off the table.” But that doesn’t mean we stop asking questions. Don’t let labels drive you from the truth.

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