Next week, Jeffrey Epstein’s crime partner, Ghislaine Maxwell, is set to start her child sex-trafficking trial.
Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to the child sex-trafficking charges against her.
Now that the pedophile duo is front-and-center in the media again, one big question remains unanswered: what truly happened to Jeffrey Epstein?
New documents obtained by the New York Times discuss the final days of Jeffrey Epstein at the New York Metropolitan Correctional Center.
The New York Times obtained the 2,000 pages of Federal Bureau of Prisons records by a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.
Initially, the Federal Bureau of Prisons denied the FOIA request from the New York Times, which led to the lawsuit.
The newly obtained documents give us a glimpse into Epstein’s life in prison.
The most noteworthy piece in the report is the psychological post-mortem reconstruction.
This report went over how Epstein slowly lost grip on his sense of purpose.
However, one psychologist held a suicide risk evaluation on July 9, and the notes state that “Epstein adamantly denied any suicidal ideation, intention or plan.”
The psychologist also states Epstein told her, “being alive is fun.”
— New York Post (@nypost) November 23, 2021
Jeffrey Epstein spent the weeks before his suicide telling jail officials he had no plans to kill himself, report sayshttps://t.co/un5VqWikg2
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“He was future-oriented,” the psychologist wrote in her notes.
According to the report, Epstein even told psychologists that suicide was against his religion (Epstein was Jewish).
Epstein allegedly hung himself in his cell with bedsheets on August 10, 2019, even with guards present.
The New York Post has more:
He avoided being put on suicide watch at least twice during his 36-day detention after prison psychologists who assessed him found he should remain under “psychological observation” instead, the documents show.
One psychologist wrote in her notes from a July 9 suicide risk evaluation that “Epstein adamantly denied any suicidal ideation, intention or plan.”
She added that Epstein told her “being alive is fun” and described himself as a banker with a “big business.”
“He was future-oriented,” the psychologist wrote in her notes.
After Epstein’s request to be moved to a single cell was denied, a psychologist wrote in a note dated July 11 that he “was smirking and said, ‘Why would you ever think I would be suicidal? I am not suicidal and I would never be.’”
Epstein continued to deny having suicidal thoughts even after he tried to kill himself on July 23, according to the documents. He told psychologists after the attempt that he was Jewish and suicide was against his religion.
When he underwent another suicide evaluation on July 31, a psychologist wrote that “he lives for and plans to finish this case and to go back to his normal life.”
He was only placed on suicide watch once after his initial suicide attempt — but it was removed after 31 hours and he was placed back under observation.
Psychological observation, which is less restrictive than suicide watch, involved his fellow inmates monitoring him in shifts and taking notes every 15 minutes about his behavior.
In one note on July 29 after Epstein’s initial court hearing where he was denied bail, an inmate noted, “Epstein is sitting on the edge of the bed with his head in the palm of his hands.”
Prison psychologists weren’t the only ones to say Epstein wasn’t suicidal.
His girlfriend at the time, Karyna Shuliak, allegedly agrees.
On the night of his death, Epstein made a phone call which the evening manager facilitated.
Epstein told the manager he was calling his mother, but instead, he called his girlfriend, Shuliak.
Epstein’s mother was dead at the time of the phone call.
Epstein called his girlfriend Karyna Shuliak the night of his “suicide,” however it suspiciously wasn’t logged on prison records pic.twitter.com/nJhRKScKPJ
— Sean Guay 🇺🇸💯 hbg100.com (@sguay09) November 24, 2021
We revealed that Epstein's final phone call was to his girlfriend at the time, Karyna Shuliak. He gave no hint to her he was suicidal, sources said. https://t.co/Cnm1UG4pvz
— Stephen Brown (@PPVSRB) November 23, 2021
If that wasn’t suspect enough, records show that warders failed even the most basic tasks.
The guards were also slacking off and not doing their job.
Guards were supposed to undergo ‘mandatory’ rounds every 30 minutes, but Epstein was left unmonitored on the night of his death.
The videos from that night show two officers on duty but asleep at various points.
Computer records show they shopped online for furniture and motorcycles!
If Epstein killed himself, he didn’t have a cellmate to stop him.
Cellmate moved and not replaced
After the call, Epstein returned to his cell where he spent his last night alone despite orders for him to have another prisoner with him.
He was in the Special Housing Unit on the ninth floor, after he was correctly identified as a “high profile” inmate.
He asked for a single cell but was told he could not be alone “for safety and security concerns”.
After the first hanging attempt, he shared a cell with Efrain Reyes, a prisoner who was assisting the government in a drugs conspiracy case.
Epstein complained his cellmate’s talking kept him awake at night.
Then on August 9 — the day before Epstein’s suicide — Reyes was transferred out of the jail.
Staff were alerted that Epstein would need a new cellmate — but it did not happen despite obvious concerns for his state of mind.
That same day, Epstein met lawyers as documents were unsealed describing lurid allegations against his alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell.
According to the prison report, the release of the court papers worsened his mental state, “further eroding his previously enjoyed elevated status and potentially implicating some of his associates”.
Guards ‘fell asleep’ and surfed internet
A notice in the files shows how guards were instructed to carry out “mandatory” rounds every 30 minutes.
But Epstein was left unmonitored on the night he died.
Two officers on duty were instead seen on surveillance footage walking round a staff common room.
The video also showed them appearing to be asleep at times.
And computer records showed they were shopping online for furniture and motorcycles.
Guards Tova Noel and Michael Thomas later entered a deferred prosecution deal after admitting they falsified logs.
They were both working compulsory overtime because of a chronic staff shortage, lawyers and unions said.
Could some of Epstein’s high-powered elite friends have intervened and set up the suicide to prevent him from talking?
The day before Epstein’s death, 2,000 pages of previously confidential documents were unsealed.
This may have caused stress on Epstein, but it likely caused even greater stress for those involved.
Many cabal members likely wanted Epstein quiet.
Epstein reportedly had close relationships with the Clintons, Prince Andrew, Bill Gates, and the Vatican.
In the book Relentless Pursuit by Bradley Edwards, Epstein’s relationship with Ghislaine Maxwell and Bill Clinton is discussed.
Bradley Edwards is a Florida-based victims’ rights attorney.
In 2008, when Edwards was 32, a young woman named Courtney Wild came to see him.
Wild told Edwards a shocking story about being sexually coerced at 14 by a wealthy man in Palm Beach, none other than Jeffrey Epstein.
Edwards had never heard of Epstein at that point, but he devoted his time to bring justice to Epstein’s victims over the next decade.
The book he wrote states that in 2009, lawyers representing victims of Epstein were able to track down Maxwell due to her close personal connection to Bill Clinton.
Maxwell was served a subpoena at the annual Clinton Global Initiative meeting in New York.
The Clinton Global Initiative was founded in part by Epstein himself.
On page 108 in Relentless Pursuit, Edwards states:
We learned through other sources that she was a close friend of Bill Clinton’s. If that was true, then surely she would attend the 2009 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting at the Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers. We hired investigators to get into the event and serve her with a subpoena for her deposition, which they did. To say she was upset about being publicly served at this function is an understatement.
Did the Clintons hold a grudge on Epstein for this reveal at their annual global meeting?
Were they sending a message to Maxwell by removing Epstein?
The ties seem to run deep between the Clintons and Epstein through Maxwell.
Maxwell’s sister, Isabel Djerassi, also has close ties to the Clintons.
Djerassi’s son, Alexander, was the National Security Policy Planner for the Clinton-Kaine Presidential team.
He was also part of the 2008 campaign and was propped up in the state department under Obama.
There are many other apparent ties of Jeffrey Epstein to the Clinton Cartel.
Jeffrey Epstein and Ghishaine Maxwell operated a mysterious company called TerraMar that pushed the UN to issue passports for the ocean, listed a Manhattan property owned by the Rothschilds as a base, and was funded by the Clinton Foundation. https://t.co/zutd1jE3sb pic.twitter.com/7PdcP1GPds
— Jeremy Roop (@HunterArrowhead) November 20, 2021
When President Trump was asked if he thinks the Clintons were involved in Epstein’s death, his response was epic.
President Trump said he knows Clinton was on Epstein’s plane 27 times, but Clinton has said it was only four times.
Trump also emphasized that Bill Clinton was a close friend of Epstein.
These new findings show the errors present on the night of Epstein’s death, which could have led to suicide if he had been suicidal.
Did the Clintons suicide Epstein, or was another elite connection responsible?
Conversely, is it possible is Epstein alive, in witness protection, ready to sing?
President Trump was right about many things, especially how deep the swamp runs.
Maxwell’s upcoming trial should shed more light on the child sex trafficking ring of the deep state.
Evil will have nowhere to hide when the light is fully shining on it.