There has been a potentially major breakthrough in the Jeffrey Epstein death case. This is big news, and the mainstream media is not going to cover this the way it should be covered.
In a shocking move, the federal government has just subpoenaed as many as 20 prison guards at the Manhattan facility where Epstein allegedly killed himself earlier this month.
Reports have emerged showing that guards are refusing to talk to investigators. Whether this is because they are just lawyering up — or because they have something to hide — remains to be seen.
We now know that there are reports of guards not being properly trained or being overworked, and some even falling asleep and falsifying records. These are major allegations and Attorney General Bill Barr is taking them seriously.
Three major questions remain in the Epstein case. First, investigators must determine whether Epstein really did kill himself or whether he had help. Second, the Feds want to know whether proper procedures were followed in the days and hours leading up to his death.
Finally, and perhaps most importantly, we all deserve to know whether the alleged problem was just one or two guards, or whether any potential problems were systemic and likely to occur again to more high-profile prisoners.
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