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Report: Newly Released Records Reveal What Really Happened in Epstein’s Final Moments


Date: November 28, 2021Author: Nwo Report

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Source: Isa Cox
A new report from The New York Times provides insight into the final hours of the notorious late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s life before he allegedly committed suicide in his Manhattan jail cell while awaiting trial for charges stemming from an underage sex trafficking ring he was suspected of facilitating for years.
The Times is convinced that the documents it obtained from a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit undermine the theory posited by the general public as well as Epstein’s family and attorneys that the shadowy financier did not, in fact, kill himself.
But I’ll let you be the judge.
In the days leading up to his death, Epstein would tell jail psychologists that he had a “wonderful life” and had much to live for, that he was afraid of pain and too much of a “coward” to take his own life and even went as far as to state that his Jewish faith forbade him from doing so.
“I have no interest in killing myself,” he reportedly told one of the facility’s mental health workers, according to documents from the Bureau of Prisons just made public for the first time. Trending: ‘Holiday Nightmare Comes True’ When Man Makes Strange Discovery in a Ravine on His Property
“I would not do that to myself,” he said.
However, the Times explained, the collection of notes, logs, and documents the newspaper obtained to paint the picture of a man who was growing increasingly despondent as it seems to have begun to dawn on him that he was not going to be getting out of jail anytime soon.
“After a life of manipulation, Mr. Epstein created illusions until the very end, deceiving correctional officers, counselors, and specially trained inmates assigned to monitor him around the clock, according to the documents,” the Times reported.

“The clues prompted too little action by jail and bureau officials, who made mistake after mistake leading up to Mr. Epstein’s death,” the records reveal.
Epstein, as you may recall, was a well-connected financier with a long and sordid history of sexual offenses and alleged underage sex trafficking.
Before he was arrested in 2019, he had previously been convicted for soliciting a minor for prostitution in 2008.
In the years since, his notoriety increased as stories continued to swirl that he was in the habit of procuring underage girls to satisfy the appetites of his wealthy and powerful friends, who he would invite to his various extravagant residences in Manhattan, Palm Beach, and his private island in the U.S. Virgin Islands — Little St. James, or as its rumored the locals called it, “Pedo Island.”
Said wealthy and powerful friends reportedly include the likes of former President Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, and the U.K.’s Prince Andrew, although all have denied anything other than a mere casual acquaintance with Epstein.
It is largely due to his high-up connections, however, that, almost as soon as news broke that the notorious billionaire was found lifeless in his jail cell on Aug. 1, 2019, and later said to have died by suicide that the meme “Jeffrey Epstein didn’t kill himself” was born. Related: Ex-Security Guard for Ghislaine Maxwell Says Her Team Hired ‘Lookalikes’ to Help Alleged Rapist Hide
The reason, of course, is that the American public generally believed that Epstein, well … didn’t actually kill himself.
The theory was universally appealing, as leftists believed the Trump administration had an interest in covering up Epstein’s crime due to now-former President Donald Trump’s own loose connections to the financier, those on the right believed that Epstein had the capacity to take down Pizzagate-Esque sexual offenders in high places, and pretty much everyone believed that when it comes to Clinton associates and “suicide,” there is good reason to suspect foul play.
It didn’t help matters much, however, that the prison where Epstein died seems to have done so little to prevent the high-profile prisoner from taking his own life, that it created the “perfect storm of screwups” under which he was able to, supposedly, do so, as then-Attorney General William Barr said at the time.
If you’ve been following the scandal from day one, the Times report confirms some of the biggest concerns that the public had about Epstein’s death, although the newspaper drew the conclusion that it now appears rather clear that he did, indeed, take his own life.
“The newly obtained records offer no support to the explosion of conspiracy theories that Mr. Epstein’s death was not a suicide,” it stated. “They also shed no light on questions raised by his brother and one of his lawyers that he might have been assisted in killing himself. But they do paint a picture of incompetence and sloppiness by some within the Bureau of Prisons, which runs the federal detention center.”

You can say that again.
Epstein’s behavior, as recorded by those observing him, including “inmate companions,” shows a man who would at times chat happily about his celebrity friends and investments, at other times sit sadly on his bed, head in hands.
He rejected meals, complained about his prison conditions, and slept poorly. He took particular issue with a running toilet in his cell and having to wear an orange jumpsuit.
The report details numerous instances in which it was recommended that Epstein get a psychological evaluation and yet this was either delayed or neglected altogether.
Epstein, by their estimation, was able to charm the jail psychologists and specially trained inmates tasked with keeping an eye on him that he had no intention of ending his own life, to the point that he was taken off suicide watch and, ultimately, left alone on the night that his life ended.
“He stated he lives for and plans to finish this case and to go back to his normal life,” one psychologist wrote, although they suggested placing him on observation out of an “abundance of caution.”
One odd and unexplained document included in the trove the Bureau of Prisons forked over to the Times as part of its settlement included a sign which read, “MANDATORY ROUNDS MUST BE CONDUCTED EVERY 30 MINUTES ON EPSTEIN #76318-054 AS PER GOD!!!!”
“Mandatory” was misspelled as well as underlined with a question mark. Prison officials wouldn’t answer questions from the Times over what this meant.
Epstein was allowed to make what would be a final phone call in the hours before his death, although he lied to the unit manager who assisted him, telling him that he was calling his mother, who died years ago.
Instead, the Times reported, he called his girlfriend, 30-year-old Belarusian Karyna Shuliak.
There is no log of the phone call, but according to a report by The New York Daily News in 2020, a prosecutor from the Southern District of New York sought to obtain a recording of the phone call.
Shuliak, who was reportedly shocked to hear he’d taken his own life and had no idea he intended any such thing after speaking with him hours earlier, declined.
The Times report ends with a rather interesting bit of evidence from an inmate who emailed the jail psychologists about two months after Epstein’s death purporting that, according to an inmate he had spoken to who was in the cell next to Epstein’s on that fateful night, his death was most certainly suicide.

“Jeffrey Epstein definitely killed himself. Any conspiracy theories to the contrary are ridiculous,” the inmate reportedly told the author of the email.
He claimed to have heard Epstein “tearing up his sheet before committing suicide.”
“He wanted to kill himself and seized the opportunity when it was available,” he opined. “Such is life — or death, in this case.”
On that night, Epstein had been alone as his previous cellmate had been transferred out and had yet to be replaced.
The guards on duty that evening were said to have mostly surfed the web and appeared to nap by prosecutors. Interestingly, earlier this year, the two prison offers entered into a deferred prosecution agreement as they’d been charged with falsifying records to give the impression they’d checked on Epstein.
So as I said, you are the judge.
Is this the portrait of a man who wove a web of lies to allow himself the opportunity to kill himself amid a “perfect storm of screw-ups” that seems to have been almost tailor-made to allow him to be alone?
Or is this just further evidence that there was nothing coincidental about the fact that he just so happened to have no cellmate on the night that incompetent guards failed to check up on him after he’d been taken off suicide watch?
If someone was capable of arranging Epstein’s death, would they not have been easier just as capable of fabricating a casual conversation between two inmates in which once claimed to have heard sheets being torn up in the next cell over?
The Times may be satisfied that their documents indicate there was no foul play, but in my own humble opinion, I think the evidence is as inconclusive as ever.

https://nworeport.me/2021/11/28/report-newly-released-records-reveal-what-really-happened-in-epsteins-final-moments/
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Will Jeffrey Epstein’s little black book send Ghislaine Maxwell to prison for 80 years? It’s the courtroom drama that will grip the world – and it starts on Monday  November 27, 2021

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  • Ghislaine Maxwell, 59, waits for her ‘Trial of the Decade’ to start on Monday
  • She has spent the past 17 months in custody following her arrest in July 2020
  • Prosecutors plan to introduce six pages of Epstein’s ‘Black Book’ of contacts
  • They claim the book was Maxwell’s and say it will give evidence of her guilt

On a sunny day in Manhattan this week, the streets were buzzing, the shops festooned with Christmasdecorations, and restaurants and bars were doing a brisk trade as New York rebounded from lockdownrestrictions.
But a few miles away at Brooklyn’s grim Metropolitan Detention Centre, there were no lavish turkey dinners — and little to feel grateful about — for the fallen British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, 59, as she waited for her ‘Trial of the Decade’ to start on Monday.
She has spent the past 17 months in custody there in conditions described by her own brother as ‘degrading’ and ‘amounting to torture’, following her arrest in July 2020 over sex-trafficking allegations. 
Soon she could be spending the rest of her life behind bars — unless she convinces a jury of her proclaimed innocence.
For her, the next six weeks, in a trial that will span her 60th birthday on Christmas Day, represents only terrifying uncertainty. It is the fight of her life.
As Maxwell contemplates her fate in the 6 ft x 9 ft cell that has been her home for more than 500 days, media organisations have been rolling out special reports to coincide with the start of the trial.
The New York Times has run a major investigation into the final days of Maxwell’s paedophile ex-boyfriend, Jeffrey Epstein, the billionaire who apparently killed himself in jail in 2019 while awaiting prosecution.
Up to 80 journalists are expected to arrive for the start of Maxwell’s trial in courtroom 318 of the classically inspired Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
With only a handful of press seats available in the court itself, reporters, authors and documentary and film makers have been advised to queue well before 6am to ensure they get into the ‘overflow’ courts carrying a live feed of proceedings.
Maxwell faces six counts in this trial, including enticement of minors and sex trafficking of children. She denies all of the charges, which cover a period between 1994 and 2004 and carry jail sentences of up to 80 years.
In court papers, she revealed she has set aside an astonishing £5.2 million to pay her legal bills.
Her star-studded defence team includes a former federal prosecutor who helped bring down Sinaloa Cartel drug kingpin Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, a feat for which he was given a True American Hero Award, and another ex-federal prosecutor whose scalps include mob killer Thomas ‘Tommy Karate’ Pitera.
They will be up against the formidable U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, with a team of prosecutors who have an impressive track record themselves for pulling off high-profile cases.
It promises to be a bitterly fought trial.
Prosecutors will focus on four women who say they were recruited by Maxwell as teenagers to be abused by Epstein, and who will come face to face with Maxwell in court.
According to a newly released court document, one of her accusers will detail a ‘repugnant’ sexual act that Epstein did to her.
The British woman, identified as Minor Victim 3, describes the moment as ‘morally reprehensible’. Maxwell’s lawyers claim there is a danger the jury may convict their client based on a ‘moral judgment of sexual activity which was entirely legal’.
Minor Victim 3 met Epstein and Maxwell in 1994 when she was about 17 years old. According to the indictment, Maxwell ‘groomed and befriended’ the girl in London and arranged for ‘multiple’ sexualised massages with Epstein.
Maxwell’s lawyers, in their filing, argue that the woman’s evidence should be excluded because it could unfairly sway the jury, given she was over 16 — the age of consent in the UK, where the act is said to have taken place.
According to another recently released court document, Maxwell’s legal team have objected to a sex toy called the ‘Twin Torpedo’ being used in evidence against her. It was seized during a 2005 raid on Epstein’s house. 
Prosecutors also plan to produce emails allegedly sent by Maxwell to at least two ‘influential men’, setting them up on dates with women.
Court filings claim the messages show Maxwell was ‘using her ability to provide access to women as a form of social currency’. They allege she was ‘eager to please’ the men and wanted to ‘ingratiate’ herself with them by making connections with women.
In their response, Maxwell’s lawyers said that if she was trying to ‘ingratiate herself with a friend, so what?’ The filing added that prosecutors have ‘no evidence that she was not already well-established friends of many years with both of the men’.
Prosecutors have also said they intend to introduce up to six pages of Epstein’s infamous ‘Black Book’ of contacts as ‘compelling’ evidence of Maxwell’s guilt. They will claim the book was actually Maxwell’s and will produce a witness who will testify to that effect.
The key part of the book will be a section called ‘massage’, as it features the names of the parents of some girls, prosecutors have said, and this indicates how young they were.
So far, only one alleged victim in the prosecution case has given up her right to anonymity. She is American psychologist Annie Farmer who has already alleged Maxwell and Epstein sexually abused her when she was 16 while she was at his New Mexico mansion in 1996.
Ms Farmer, who has described Maxwell as a ‘sexual predator’ who has ‘never shown any remorse for her heinous crimes’, has made clear she would never have been abused if Maxwell hadn’t gained her trust.
In Maxwell’s defence, psychologist Elizabeth Loftus will testify about ‘false memories’ of sexual abuse that people can describe with ‘confidence, detail and emotion’ — without deliberately lying.
It may not fill Maxwell with complete confidence that last year Loftus gave evidence in defence of the disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein during his rape trial. He was convicted and jailed for 23 years.
Judge Alison Nathan, who previously served as a special assistant to President Obama and associate White House counsel, will have the final say on which pieces of contentious evidence will be heard by the jury. 
What she considers admissible could have a significant bearing on the outcome of the trial.
This is the fourth time I have travelled to America to work on the Epstein story.
The first time, in 2011, I secured an exclusive first interview with Epstein’s former long-serving butler and handyman, Juan Alessi, who told me about the sordid goings on at the disgraced tycoon’s Palm Beach mansion in Florida — and of the paedophile’s friendship with Prince Andrew and the then relatively unknown Ghislaine Maxwell.
Alessi told me how the Duke of York had attended pool parties where women frolicked nude (the royal kept his trunks on, the ex-butler clarified), received daily massages by young but not underage females, and pictures of nude girls (again, not juveniles) adorned the walls. This was not, I remember thinking, a suitable place to visit for the Queen’s second son.
Alessi also revealed Maxwell kept a stash of sex toys at the property which he cleaned for her, and that he had quit his job as butler after an unexplained ‘conflict’ with her.
But due to a legally binding confidentiality agreement with Epstein, a clearly frightened Alessi said he could talk only in ‘general terms’ in response to some of my questions. 
These included issues concerning Maxwell, whom Alessi claims recruited young ‘massage therapists’ to serve Epstein.
‘She was looking for the best kind,’ he said at one deposition hearing. ‘I went one time with her, or twice maybe, to different spas and different clubs… She was looking for the best massage therapists available.’
One young woman whom Maxwell did ‘find’ as a massage therapist for Epstein was Virginia Roberts. In 2011, Roberts (now married and living in Australia as Virginia Giuffre) sensationally alleged in the Mail On Sunday that she had met Andrew on three occasions in a matter of weeks in 2001, in London and New York, when she was 17.
A now-notorious photograph, taken in Maxwell’s former London mews house, shows Ghislaine looking on as a beaming Andrew grips the 17-year-old by her bare waist. The picture is believed to have been taken by Epstein.
Andrew will no doubt be an anxious spectator to Maxwell’s trial. And he is far from the only VIP who once enjoyed Epstein’s largesse — the Duke stayed at the paedophile’s home on a number of occasions.
Earlier this week there was a rare day of good news for Andrew, when it was confirmed that, contrary to earlier claims, Ms Giuffre, 38, will not take the witness stand during the Maxwell trial. No official reason was given. 
‘Team Andrew’ welcomed the news, with a source close to the Duke’s legal team telling the Mail: ‘As the most high-profile and vocal accuser… one might have expected Ms Giuffre to be the star witness.
‘However, the fact she is not to be called can only lead one to conclude that her increasingly inconsistent accounts make her a less than credible witness.’
The big question is whether Maxwell herself will testify. In a BBC Radio interview earlier this week, her brother Ian said he was not yet sure.
Raising concerns about her chance of receiving a fair trial, her brother cited ‘the enormous amount of negative media coverage of Ghislaine for at least the last 18 months’.
His comments appear at odds with what happened during the first day of jury selection last Tuesday, when hardly any of the potential jurors had even heard of Epstein or Maxwell.
Those who were aware of Epstein had mostly heard that he had committed suicide, not that he was involved in a sex-trafficking operation.
While Ian Maxwell and his siblings have been publicly supportive of Ghislaine — her U.S.-based sister Isabel has regularly attended pre-trial court hearings — Maxwell’s husband of five years, millionaire technology entrepreneur Scott Borgerson, has been keeping a very low profile.
Earlier this week he surfaced hundreds of miles away from New York in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts, but declined to comment.
It’s still not clear whether Borgerson will attend his wife’s trial, and questions remain over the true state of their relationship. 
Maxwell insists she’s being treated as a scapegoat by prosecutors after Epstein’s prison suicide.
Her family are entirely right when they say she deserves the presumption of innocence. She is not being tried for having had a questionable moral compass, but for allegedly committing very serious criminal offences.
But as she prepares to enter court on Monday, there is a strong sense that the U.S. justice system is going on trial, too.

https://roserambles.org/2021/11/27/will-jeffrey-epsteins-little-black-book-send-ghislaine-maxwell-to-prison-for-80-years-its-the-courtroom-drama-that-will-grip-the-world-and-it-starts-on-monday-november-27-2021/
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