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In short-staffed jail, Jeffrey Epstein was left alone for hours, and one of the two guards didn't normally work as a correctional officer

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  1. Deimos Link
    I figured there were enough significant updates in here to warrant a new submission, including that the FBI "swarmed" his private island today.

    I figured there were enough significant updates in here to warrant a new submission, including that the FBI "swarmed" his private island today.

    10 votes
  2. RapidEyeMovement Link
    me trying to put into context why this matters so much: Is a murder committed more heinous than a suicide allowed? In its act, sure. In this context? NO. An “unlucky accident” like this is the ONE...

    me trying to put into context why this matters so much:

    Is a murder committed more heinous than a suicide allowed? In its act, sure. In this context? NO.

    An “unlucky accident” like this is the ONE THING that a non-corrupt State must prevent. It’s the non-corrupt State’s ONE JOB to keep Epstein alive for trial, and everyone knows that everyone knows this is their ONE JOB.

    It is impossible to violate this common knowledge without premeditation and malice, without conspiracy and criminality aforethought. It is impossible to have an “unlucky accident” like this in a non-corrupt State.

    6 votes
  3. nic Link
    The two guards assigned to watch Jeffrey Epstein when he killed himself in jail have been placed on administrative leave. Barr should recuse himself. Barr is ultimately responsible for all...

    The two guards assigned to watch Jeffrey Epstein when he killed himself in jail have been placed on administrative leave.

    Barr should recuse himself. Barr is ultimately responsible for all correctional facilities, Barr's father hired Epstein as a teacher and Barr worked at a law firm that represented Barr.

    3 votes