nearvideo Epstein pronounced dead in hospital after he was found unresponsive in his jail cell
Jeffrey Epstein was held in the metropolitan correctional center in lower Manhattan.
President Trump added the fuel to the conspiracy theories surrounding multi-millionaire Jeffrey Epstein is the apparent suicide on Saturday, when he retweeted a post that IMPLIED former us President Bill Clinton with Epstein’s death.
The tweet came from self-described comedian Terrence K. Williams, who echoed many on social media, in what a connection in between Clinton and Epstein, who was previously an acquaintance of the former President.
“Died of suicide on a 24/7 suicide WATCH ? Yes, that’s right! How can the read happen,” the tweet next to a photo of Epstein and the Clintons. “#Jeffery Epstein had information about Bill Clinton and now he is dead I see #trump body count trending, but we know who did it! RT, if you are not Surprised.”
JEFFREY EPSTEIN DEAD OF APPARENT SUICIDE IN A MANHATTAN JAIL CELL; FBI INVESTIGATION
Trump’s tweet came shortly after Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., spread pushed back on the “immediate rush of conspiracy theories about someone” in a different political party.
Williams’ video argues that “for some odd reason, people with information about the Clinton’s dead, and you tend to die by suicide.” “Come now,” he continued in disbelief on the video.
The Associated Press reported that Epstein was on suicide watch after an incident last month in which Epstein was found with bruises on his neck, but it was never clear whether these injuries were the result of a suicide attempt or an attack by another inmate. However, a Bureau of prisons spokesman of the New York Post said on Saturday that Epstein was not reported to be on suicide watch at the time of his death, and the AP, he made a suicide watch placed at the end of last month.
The well-connected financier last month was indicted on Federal sex-trafficking charges and up to 45 years in prison.
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On Saturday, Trump, the Ministry of justice announced that it will conduct an investigation into Epstein’s death. “I was horrified to learn that Jeffrey Epstein was found dead early in the morning from an apparent suicide while in Federal custody. Mr Epstein said the death raises serious questions that must be answered,” Attorney General William Barr.
“In addition to the FBI investigation, I advised with the Inspector General, of the opening of an investigation into the circumstances of Mr Epstein’s death.”