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Epstein is reportedly dead
#21
Predictions:

1) it will be determined that Epstein was no longer on suicide watch.

2) It will be determined that either the "30 minute rule" was no longer in effect, or that it was unnecessary.

3) It will be determined that Epstein requested a solo cell, because of his elite status.

4) It will be determined that no one unusual entered the cell block just prior to his demise.

5) It will be determined that Epstein tied his own noose and hung himself in a fit of pique.

6) It will be determined that Epstein died of cardiac arrest pursuant to his asphyxiation of himself.

7) It will be determined that it was no one's fault, shit just happens.

8) The case will be closed, everyone's secrets safe. Nothing will come of it. the next "crisis" to come along the pike will obliterate all information regarding this blip of history.
" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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#22
From Ninurta's predicitions.:
1) it will be determined that Epstein was no longer on suicide watch.

Well, it's early days, but let's see.


Quote:CLOONEY 'ROMP' George Clooney accused of sex act with ex-lover of Prince Andrew’s
paedo pal Jeffrey Epstein.

'George Clooney was sensationally accused of a sex act with the ex-lover of Prince Andrew’s paedo
pal Jeffrey Epstein overnight. The star, 58, was dragged into the scandal after Epstein’s jail death.

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Ghislaine Maxwell, who is accused of recruiting young girls for the US financier perv, is claimed to have
boasted about performing a sex act on the screen idol in a toilet. He was named by ex-Epstein “sex slave”
Virginia Giuffre in a manuscript of her memoirs released by a New York court.

Virginia says socialite Maxwell boasted about it during a globe-trotting trip they both made with Maxwell in
2001 which culminated in her meeting Prince Andrew for the first time in London. Virginia wrote:

“Always the instigator of a good joke but unable to take one herself she didn’t like
when poked back that it was more in her recent taste of men, since she loved to
brag about her rendezvous with her various lovers."

LURID NEW CLAIM
“Once she came back giddy as a schoolgirl with an explosion of news, with all the build up and excitement
in her voice you’d think she was the next crown princess, but she had given George Clooney a b*** job in
the bathroom at some random event, she never let that one down.”
It is not known when the alleged incident between Maxwell and Clooney may have taken place.

There is no suggestion that Clooney was involved in under-age sex or sex parties held by billionaire Epstein
or involved in any wrongdoing. Virginia’s manuscript, which she drafted in 2011, featured in a defamation court
case she fought against Maxwell.

Lawyers for both sides had said it was “fictionalised”. But it was released on Friday, along with documents
implicating Prince Andrew. Representatives for Clooney, now married to British barrister Amal Clooney, 41,
and lawyers for Maxwell have so far failed to comment.

SECRETS FROM THE GRAVE

Billionaire paedo Epstein, 66, died from an apparent suicide in a Manhattan jail on Saturday -days after being
taken off suicide watch.

It was claimed he had told prison guards and fellow inmates that someone had tried to kill him weeks before
his death. An unnamed source told the Daily Mail: "There was no indication that he might try to take his own life.
"From what I saw, he was finally starting to adjust to prison. I think he was comforted by the rigidity of his new life."

Department of Justice spokesman Lee Plourde told the New York Post Epstein was not “currently” on suicide
watch in his cell while he awaited trial on child sex trafficking charges. Jeffrey Epstein's victims previously slammed
the billionaire for dodging justice.

Accuser Jennifer Araoz said: "I am angry Jeffrey Epstein won’t have to face his survivors of his abuse in court.
"We have to live with the scars of his actions for the rest of our lives, while he will never face the consequences
of the crimes he committed.

"The pain and trauma he caused so many people. Epstein is gone, but justice must still be served.
"I hope the authorities will pursue and prosecute his accomplices and enablers, and ensure redress for his victims."
Brad Edwards, a lawyer who represents nearly two dozen other accusers, called Epstein's suicide a "selfish act" that
was "not the ending anyone was looking for."...'
The Sun:


'...Department of Justice spokesman Lee Plourde told the New York Post Epstein was not “currently” on suicide
watch in his cell...' (From Above)

'...The billionaire had been taken off suicide watch a few days ago, despite being taken to hospital
with neck wounds following an apparent suicide bid last month...'

SOURCE:

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So who was the irregular prison guard?



Quote:Shrieking heard from Jeffrey Epstein's jail cell the morning he died.

'CBS News has learned that the morning of Jeffrey Epstein's death there was shouting and shrieking from
his jail cell. Guards attempted to revive him while saying "breathe, Epstein, breathe."

Congress is the latest to start investigating Epstein's apparent suicide over the weekend, with new reports
raising questions about the federal jail where he was being held. One of Epstein's guards at the Metropolitan
Correctional Center on the night he died was reportedly not a regular corrections officer.

On Monday, Attorney General William Barr criticized the detention center where the disgraced financier was held.
"We will get to the bottom of what happened and there will be accountability," Barr said. "I was appalled and frankly
angry to learn of the MCC's failure to adequately secure this prisoner."

Government investigators raided the alleged sex trafficker's private island in the Virgin Islands Monday.

With Epstein gone, potential co-conspirators involved in his alleged sex-trafficking network are shifting into focus.
British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is one of four women accused of recruiting underage girls for sex. She's denied
those claims in the past and has not been charged with a crime. Maxwell is said to be Epstein's ex-girlfriend turned
business associate. Her current location is unknown.

"She was more of a partner in his obsession, really," said Miami Herald reporter Julie Brown, who spent more than
two years looking into Epstein's controversial 2008 plea deal. "And there are allegations that she was involved in
having sex with some of these girls as well." 
 
Court documents from 2011 reveal Epstein controlled several apartments in a building just blocks from his $77
million New York townhouse and allegedly housed "underage girls from all over the world."

Barr also issued a stern warning for anyone who may be evading justice: "Let me assure you that this case will continue
on against anyone who was complicit with Epstein. Any co-conspirators should not rest easy. The victims deserve justice
and they will get it."

CBS News has learned that Epstein's estranged brother Mark was called and he identified Epstein's body.
The New York City Medical Examiner's office has performed an autopsy, but the results are still pending.

In an interview with our West Palm Beach affiliate WPEC, a former Florida corrections worker said Epstein was "treated
like a celebrity" during his 13-month stint in a county jail after he pleaded guilty in 2008 to charges of soliciting a minor for
prostitution.
She claims his cell was regularly left unlocked and she saw him move freely through the dormitory area –sometimes completely
naked –without repercussions...'
CBS:

Conspiracies... a bad word again.


Quote:Jeffrey Epstein prison suicide: Source says guard wasn’t correctional officer

'A person familiar with operations at the federal jail where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself says one
of the two people guarding him the night he died wasn’t a correctional officer.

The person wasn’t authorised to disclose information about the investigation and spoke on condition of
anonymity. The person detailed how Epstein took his life, days after being taken off a suicide watch.

Federal prisons facing shortages of fully trained guards have resorted to having other types of support
staff fill in for correctional officers, including clerical workers and teachers. Jail policy called for guards
to check Epstein every 30 minutes, but investigators have learned those checks weren’t done for several
hours in the hours before he was discovered on Saturday.

That’s according to a second person who was not authorised to discuss the matter and also spoke on
condition of anonymity.

Meanwhile...'
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Here we go, the switch-out. tinysure



Quote:Jeffrey Epstein: two jail guards placed on leave and warden reassigned, DoJ says.

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The Metropolitan correctional center, where Jeffrey Epstein was being held.

'The US justice department said on Tuesday that two guards assigned to watch Jeffrey Epstein at
the New York jail in which he died have been placed on leave and the warden temporarily reassigned.

The billionaire sex offender was found dead on Saturday morning, having apparently hanged himself
in his cell at the Metropolitan correctional center (MCC) in lower Manhattan.

Donald Trump said earlier he wanted a full investigation into the circumstances surrounding Epstein’s
death, which came while the financier was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.
“Basically what we’re saying is we want an investigation,” the president told reporters in New Jersey.
“I want a full investigation, and that’s what I absolutely am demanding. That’s what our attorney general,
our great attorney general, is doing. He’s doing a full investigation.”

Trump made the comments a day after the attorney general, William Barr, vowed to carry on the Epstein
investigation. Barr has ordered the justice department’s inspector general to look into the matter. Trump
also defended his decision on Saturday to retweet an unfounded conspiracy theory from a conservative
comedian named Terrence K Williams that Bill Clinton was involved in Epstein’s death.

“He’s a very highly respected conservative pundit,” Trump said of Williams. “He’s a big Trump fan.
And that was a retweet. That wasn’t from me … So I think I was fine.”

Epstein, who once counted Trump and Clinton as friends, was arrested on 6 July and pleaded not guilty
to charges of sex trafficking involving dozens of underage girls as young as 14.
The 66-year-old had been on suicide watch, but a source familiar with the matter who spoke on condition
of anonymity said he was not on watch at the time of his death.

At the MCC, two jail guards are required to make separate checks on all prisoners every 30 minutes but
that procedure was not followed overnight, according to the source.
New York City’s medical examiner has said an autopsy on Epstein was completed on Sunday, but the
cause of death remained pending.

A growing chorus of lawmakers has demanded that the government hold responsible people who allegedly
helped Epstein engage in sex trafficking. Senator Ben Sasse, the Republican chairman of the Senate
judiciary oversight subcommittee, called on Barr to void a 2008 agreement that Epstein entered into with
federal prosecutors in Florida that has been widely criticized as too lenient.

Under that deal, Epstein pleaded guilty to state prostitution charges and served 13 months in jail, but he
was allowed to leave the detention facility regularly for his office...'
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I believe this is the final autopsy report on the Epstein murd... er... I mean, suicide inside his jail cell while left unsupervised for several hours after just coming off suicide watch, and having his cellmate removed to a different cell so he was completely alone.
There have been reports that other inmates heard screams and shrieks coming from his cell, but I can't verify any of that.
A.G. Barr is investigating, so I'm sure we'll get more answers as time goes by.
Or not.



Quote:August 15, 2019

An autopsy found that financier Jeffrey Epstein suffered multiple breaks in his neck bones, according to two people familiar with the findings, deepening the mystery about the circumstances around his death.

Among the bones broken in Epstein’s neck was the hyoid bone, which in men is near the Adam’s apple. Such breaks can occur in those who hang themselves, particularly if they are older, according to forensics experts and studies on the subject. But they are more common in victims of homicide by strangulation, the experts said.

The details are the first findings to emerge from the autopsy of Epstein, a convicted sex offender and multimillionaire in federal custody on charges of sex trafficking. He died early Saturday morning after guards found him hanging in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan and he could not be revived.

Attorney General William P. Barr, whose department oversees the Bureau of Prisons facility where Epstein died, has described his death as an “apparent suicide.” Justice officials declined to comment on the new information from Epstein’s autopsy.


Read more: source


The hyoid bone, which is near the Adam’s apple, can be broken in a suicide by hanging, but is more common in strangulation murders.  

How about that.   tinysure
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(08-15-2019, 03:51 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: The hyoid bone, which is near the Adam’s apple, can be broken in a suicide by hanging, but is more common in strangulation murders.  

How about that.   tinysure

Even though one could struggle to rationalise that Epstein devised a hanging device in a highly-controlled situation,
the question can be asked how such an easy-lifestyle-loving person would acquire such information and have the
nerve to carry it out?

Hanging isn't a simple sudden task, that's why those who enjoy erotic asphyxiation do it. It's a slow action where
the person engaging in the activity (a Gasper) obtains sexual arousal from the starvation of oxygen.

Then there's the preparation, ignoring the reality that safety and prevention are watchwords in such facilities.
this man who was a novice in this class-level would have to know how to do his hanging and have the time for it
succeed. And all the time during the construction of his own death, his mind would have be set that this was his
only way out of his predicament.

Then there's the reason to do it in this manner. I doubt Epstein was trying to get his rocks off with this weird act
in the early hours and so, if it was a suicide attempt, Epstein would have to realise he would have to deal with
the natural reaction from his body.
It's doesn't like to die.

There are too many strange instances to have taken place to allow Epstein the opportunity to kill himself and even
if we accept the switched-off cameras, the guard situation, the cell-mate being moved, the suggestion that he 'leaned'
into his deed instead of suspending and the fact that his cell didn't even contain hanging properties and materials, Epstein
still had to have the fortitude to perform the act.

Considering a long-term prison for someone who had the connections and the wealth to make his life easy was available,
coming to the 'suicide' conclusion seems a bit hasty in my view. However, haste would be important if what he knew could
effect someone not in that cell.
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I think this is funny

But it interesting




What is interesting was the search thing
Brb with an edit

EDIT: Partially true

In images I find the algorythm manipulated for top choices

The Bill Clinton Portrait Is Not Even the Most Sinister Decor Found in Jeffrey Epstein’s Mansion



Quote:By now you probably know that Jeffrey Epstein, accused pedophile who died in his jail cell, had a portrait of Bill Clinton dressed in a blue dress and heels in his Upper East Side mansion. The artist is Petrina Ryan-Kleid, a satirical portrait artist who works mostly in oils, and she completed the work, called Parsing Bill, when she was MFA student at the New York Academy of Art. The piece went up for auction at the Tribeca Ball in 2012, though it’s unclear if that’s when Epstein acquired it.


It is without a doubt a cursed image, especially loaded up with all the relevant context. Epstein died in prison. Clinton was a friend of Epstein; recently released private flight logs even show that Clinton rode on Epstein’s private jet. The blue dress could be one obvious reference, or it could be the blue dress Hillary Clinton wore to the 2009 Kennedy Center Honors—or both! Art does not play by the one-reference rule. But so, yeah, if it’s your thing, you could have a mini print for $40 before tax and shipping.

The other stuff in Epstein’s house is a little more tricky to acquire, and might be even more cursed. The town house, which federal investigators recently raided for evidence of a prostitution ring of underage girls, is on East 71st between Madison and Fifth, a block from Central Park. It’s famously one of largest homes in Manhattan—itself a renovated private school originally bought by Epstein’s mentor and Victoria’s Secret owner, Leslie Wexner. Epstein downright filled it with creepy stuff. Like the rows and rows of eyeballs framed in the entrance hall, which Vicky Ward observed in her 2003 piece for Vanity Fair. They were “imported from England.” Also in the entranceway, he had a chess board with figurines modeled in the image of his staff, per the New York Times. They were “dressed suggestively.” There was a stuffed dog in his study perched on a piano, according to Ward again. Of it, he would tell visitors, “No decorator would ever tell you to do that. But I want people to think what it means to stuff a dog.” It was a black poodle.


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R. Couri Hay, an old spin doctor who has worked for or with many New York characters, and whom the Times said learned from “the great spinmeisters of the world” in a 2014 profile, told them recently, gosh, so much: He said that on the second floor there was a mural that Epstein commissioned, which depicted a prison scene with Epstein in the middle of barbed wire and guards. Hay told the Times that Epstein had invited him to the mansion off Fifth to see the mural and noted, “He said, ‘That’s me, and I had this painted because there is always the possibility that could be me again.’”

Epstein had no computers in his study, at least as of Ward's 2003 story, but kept the computers in their own “computer room.” He had a “leather room,” a room covered in leather. He had “twice-life-size sculpture of a naked African warrior,” according to Ward. There was a life-size female doll hanging from the chandelier, as another anonymous visitor told the Times. There was a wall of ignominy that featured photographs of Mohammed bin Salman and Woody Allen.


So cursed portraits, weird dog stuff, ghosts probably, the entire life of a sinister finance man, the extent of whose abuses is still being determined.

The reasons not to buy this mansion are, it seems, literally endless.


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Here's the official ruling by the medical examiner on Jeffrey Epstein's cause of death: suicide by hanging.


Quote:New York City's chief medical examiner has ruled that disgraced financier and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide by hanging in his prison cell last week, a federal official told Fox News Friday.

I would be interested in seeing the examiner's bank account before and after this ruling, wouldn't you?   minusculethinking


Not much else reported in this story that we haven't already covered, but if you wish to read more, here's the LINK
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I don't think he did it for money, I think he did it for love. The Clintons have a lot of pull in New York, y'know! How else could Killary get away with running for senator there when she ain't from there? And has anyone else noticed that in the past couple of years since Trump trounced Killary, the Southern District of New York has become the new 9th district, a bastion of communist ideology and dirty political tricks? I've no doubt that the SDNY will be the firs to start sending dissidents to the gulags if/when the commies take over... and they'll likely try it before then.

Of course, I'm sure the money didn't hurt, but don't look for it in his existing account. Look instead for him to get a new bank book in the mail from the Cayman Islands.

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" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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#35
Even as the Perv-King is reported to be dead, his past deeds are still healthy.
It seems Prince Andrew can attest to that.



Quote:EXCLUSIVE: Prince Andrew is pictured inside paedophile Jeffrey Epstein's £63million mansion of
depravity nine years ago... so how did he miss signs of the billionaire's sexual deviance?

*Duke was spotted peering around the door of the billionaire's Manhattan home on December 6, 2010 
*The footage of the Duke was taken less than an hour after Epstein left the house with a young blonde woman 
*Epstein's alleged 'sex slave' Virginia Roberts claims she had sex with the Prince at financier's New York home
*Buckingham Palace has denied any wrongdoing on Duke's part and the Queen has showed him her support

'Standing by the towering 15ft-high solid oak front door, Prince Andrew gives a nod and a cheery wave to the
pretty brunette as she leaves the £63 million Manhattan mansion. He appears entirely at ease but then, for a
split second, glances around the door as if to check that no one had witnessed the brief encounter.
As well he might.

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For these exclusive pictures come from a never-before-seen video of the Duke of York staying at the New York
home of convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. And some of the other images caught on camera make for
disturbing viewing.

The footage of the Duke of York – then the UK's Special Representative for International Trade –was taken less
than an hour after Epstein, who had been convicted of sex with a child in 2008, left the house in the company of
a young, shivering blonde woman.

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The video was shot on December 6, 2010, during a visit by the Prince to Epstein's nine-storey 21,000 square foot
mansion dubbed the 'House of Horrors' by many of his young victims.

By then Epstein –who took his own life last weekend –was on a child sex offender register, yet one observer told
The Mail on Sunday that several of the women leaving and entering the home while Andrew was apparently inside
'looked very young indeed'.

The Duke has vehemently denied claims by Epstein's alleged 'sex slave' Virginia Roberts that she had sex with
the Prince on three occasions, the first when she was 17 and once at the US millionaire's now-notorious 40-room
mansion at 9 East 71st Street in Manhattan, the setting of these pictures.

Her allegations, submitted to a court in 2014, were later thrown out by a judge who ordered them to be struck from
the record as 'immaterial and impertinent'. Since Epstein's suicide last weekend as he faced further child sex
trafficking charges, Buckingham Palace has repeated its denial of wrongdoing by the Prince.

'Any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue. It is emphatically denied that the Duke
of York had any form of sexual contact or relationship with Virginia Roberts,' it said. 'Any claim to the contrary is false
and without foundation.'

The Queen also made a public show of support by allowing Prince Andrew to sit next to her as they were driven to
a church service near Balmoral last Sunday.

However, these images are sure to raise fresh questions about the 59-year-old's judgment as they place him inside
the private, inner sanctum of Epstein, who continued to abuse young girls even after a controversial 2008 plea deal
that saw him serve just 13 months, much of it on day release.
'The Prince looked entirely at ease in Epstein's house,' a source told The Mail on Sunday last night. 

'There were girls coming and going. One, who came out of the house with Epstein about an hour before Prince Andrew
said goodbye to the brunette, was tiny and shivering. 'It was a particularly cold New York December day.
What I remember most is the constant procession of girls and women going to and from the house.

'It was chilling to see. Everyone knew by that point that Epstein was a convicted paedophile, yet he was flaunting his
lifestyle in plain sight. 'When the Prince came to the door I was stunned. He looked totally at ease.
He said a few words to the girl, who was very pretty, and then she walked off down the street in the direction of Central
Park.

'If I hadn't known it was Prince Andrew, I would have thought he owned the place. He looked so comfortable and relaxed
as he stood there at the door. 'He didn't appear to have a concern in the world as he smiled and waved goodbye to the girl.
'It was only as the girl walked off that he glanced around the door frame, almost as if to check no one was watching.'
The video was taken less than 24 hours after the Prince was infamously photographed walking through Central Park with
Epstein.

He had met the US businessman through Ghislaine Maxwell, the daughter of disgraced tycoon Robert Maxwell and a
woman the FBI says is now of 'renewed interest' in its ongoing case into allegations made by scores of women that they
were sexually abused by Epstein and his wealthy friends at homes in London, New Mexico, New York and the US Virgin
Islands.
Ms Maxwell has repeatedly denied that she acted as a 'madam' for Epstein and has described Ms Roberts's claims as
'malicious lies'.

Epstein's New York home was as weird and twisted as the man himself.
The entry foyer where Prince Andrew stood to wave off the brunette was decorated, according to an account by writer
Vicky Ward in Vanity Fair magazine, with 'row upon row' of individually framed artificial eyeballs –imported from England.
The video footage shows the initials 'JE' in raised brass letters on the wall next to the front door. 

What is not seen is the heating element that Epstein had installed beneath the concrete pavement to melt the New York
winter snow. On a wall in the hall was a bizarre portrait of former US President Bill Clinton in red heels and the infamous
stained blue dress worn by Monica Lewinsky when she performed a sex act on him.

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Nearby hung a giant painting of Epstein inside a prison surrounded by barbed wire and gun-toting guards. 
The disgraced financier reportedly said the artwork was 'to remind me that I could go back to prison any time'.

A chandelier had a 'life-size female doll hanging from it, and one woman who claims to have been assaulted by Epstein
said a bathroom had prosthetic breasts on the wall 'so he could play with the nipples as he took a bath'. 

Dozens of photographs of Epstein with his famous friends, including Bill and Hillary Clinton, Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince
Mohammed bin Salman and filmmaker Woody Allen, were on display in his study beside a life-size stuffed tiger and a
stuffed grey poodle.
One can only wonder how Andrew missed the procession of women or the signs of Epstein's sexual deviance.

Indeed, Epstein's 'pride and joy' was a large 'human chessboard' at the bottom of the main staircase which had customised
figurines modelled on his female 'staff members wearing suggestive clothing'.
Then there was the life-size statue of a naked African warrior. Not to mention the 'leather room'.

When the FBI raided the house after Epstein was arrested last month, it reportedly found 'thousands' of indecent images
of under-age women on computer hard drives locked in his office safe.
Others have claimed that Epstein had photographs and videos of his famous friends 'engaged in sex acts' which have now
been seized by the FBI –prompting conspiracy theories that Epstein was murdered despite official autopsy results released
on Friday stating definitively that the cause of death was suicide.

The video obtained by The Mail on Sunday is particularly shocking for the fact that –even two years after his 2008 child sex
conviction –Epstein was seemingly flaunting his penchant for young women in plain view and in the middle of one of the
busiest cities in the world.

The footage begins just before 2.30pm on December 6, 2010, as two security men leave Epstein's mansion and chat to
another security man in a waiting Chrysler. Epstein's black Bentley arrives in the street about 20 minutes later, shortly before
a delivery man from Le Gourmet delivers a parcel.

Shortly after 3.10pm, an unidentified young woman in a red 'beanie' hat leaves the house. She heads in the direction of East
66th Street, where Epstein owned a flat and where, according to some alleged victims, he 'kept' young Eastern European girls
as virtual prisoners.

About 25 minutes later, an older, professional-looking woman with blonde hair leaves the house.
One minute later, at 3.35pm, Epstein, wearing a thick white fur-lined winter coat, leaves his property, followed by a young-looking
girl dressed in a flimsy grey top. She appears to be carrying his glasses.

In a deeply troubling scene, the blonde-haired woman –who barely reaches Epstein's shoulders –appears cold and shaking as
she walks with the millionaire to his Bentley. Epstein clambers into the back seat as the young woman stands on the street,
seemingly being given instructions. An older passer-by glances at the incongruous-looking couple.

After around two minutes, the girl jogs back to the house when she stands on the front step and presses the doorbell, visibly
shaking with cold. It is opened by a professional-looking brunette woman closely resembling Sarah Kellen, Epstein's former
assistant whom several alleged victims have dubbed a 'co-conspirator' in Epstein's crimes.
Kellen, who is now married to a US race-car driver called Brian Vickers, has never commented publicly about the Epstein case.
However, she appeared in court during a defamation suit brought by Ms Roberts against Ms Maxwell and 'pleaded the Fifth'
when asked about her role in Epstein's sex trafficking scheme.

In America, invoking the Fifth Amendment is a legal term which means you do not have to give evidence that might incriminate
you. At 4.30pm, the door opens and a pretty brunette emerges. She pauses and turns back to the house where Prince Andrew
can be seen at the door.
The pair chat for a few seconds before the woman walks away, leaving Andrew to glance up the street before closing the door.
Forty minutes later, as the light begins to fade, another young-looking dark-haired woman arrives at the house...'
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When the spotlight is shone on you, those on the peripheral of the beam can also be seen and it seems
Prince Andrew's uncle isn't escaping the current pervert net.

When the Irish Republican Army took out Lord Mountbatten on his fishing boat back in 1979, who'd have
thought that the day would arrive when his own nephew's antics would push the FBI to reveal their files on
the last Viceroy of India.

What I love about this is The Sun's narrative. It sticks close to what the files reveal and manages to pull off
another treble goal. One, that it advertises a book coming out this week by author Ron Perks and the second
that it gives a nod to a Netflix series 'The Crown' where Lord Mountbatten is played by Charles Dance.

The third, a quest that The Sun newspaper has always enjoys, is using humorous comments by others.
Namely 'Mountbottom'!

But let's begin with solemn words.


Quote:'LOW MORALS' FBI claims that Lord Mountbatten ‘lusted after boys’ could overshadow 40th anniversary
of his murder by IRA.

'It was one of the darkest days of the Troubles.
Just before noon Prince Charles’s uncle Lord Louis Mountbatten was assassinated by the IRA, who detonated
a bomb on his fishing boat off the southern Irish coast.
Four hours later, across the border in Ulster, 18 British soldiers were massacred by two IRA bombs at Warrenpoint.

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Lord Mountbatten and his other nephew, the one who likes gardening and the Alma Tunnel. 

But the 40th anniversary of that terrible day — August 27, 1979 — is likely to be overshadowed by shocking revelations
about Earl Mountbatten. Newly-released FBI files say the aristocrat was "bisexual" and sexually voracious.
The secret reports, compiled by the US agency over three decades including during World War Two, contain allegations
that Mountbatten “was a homosexual with a perversion for young boys”.

GAY BROTHEL
The files claim Mountbatten, the former chief of defence staff, was “unfit to direct military operations” because of his
sexual appetite. The FBI files are featured in a book to be published this week which includes an interview with Ron
Perks, the Earl’s driver in Malta in the late Forties.

He tells how one of Mountbatten’s favoured haunts was the Red House in Rabat, which was “an upmarket gay brothel
used by naval officers”. Gay Labour MP Tom Driberg, who died in 1976, nicknamed the Earl “Mountbottom”.

Mountbatten’s wife’s affairs are well known and he did once admit: “Edwina and I spent all our married life getting into
other people’s beds.” Rumours of Mountbatten’s bisexuality have been hinted at since his death but the Establishment
closed ranks.

UNCOVERED FILES
Now the FBI files uncovered by author Andrew Lownie are the first official confirmation the Earl -who will be played by
Charles Dance in the latest Netflix series of The Crown -had relationships with men at a time when homosexuality was
illegal.

The FBI’s dossier includes an interview in February 1944 with Elizabeth de la Poer Beresford, Baroness Decies, a friend
of the Queen Mother. Mountbatten was wartime Supreme Allied Commander in South East Asia at the time.

The Baroness told the head of the FBI’s New York field office, “Lord Mountbatten and his wife are considered persons of
extremely low morals”. The report adds: “She stated that Lord Louis Mountbatten was known to be a homosexual with a
perversion for young boys. “In Lady Decies’ opinion he is an unfit man to direct any sort of military operations because
of this condition. “She stated further that Lady Mountbatten was considered equally erratic”.

'YOUNG MEN FETISH'
FBI bureau chief EE Conroy wrote that the Baroness appeared to have no special motive in making her damning statement.
The Mountbattens: Their Lives, published on Thursday, includes an interview with Anthony Daly, rent boy to the famous in the
Seventies.

Daly had a relationship with Tom Driberg and claims: “Tom said Mountbatten had something of a fetish for young men in military
uniforms, with high boots, and beautiful boys in school uniform.”

MEMOS DESTROYED
From 1965 until his death Mountbatten was Regimental Colonel of the Lifeguards, a source of young men.
And an unnamed officer claimed that in the mid-1960s, around the time he took charge of the regiment, Mountbatten set up a
young officer in a flat in London’s Belgravia.

Driberg’s biographer Francis Wheen says Mountbatten -who was also Admiral of the Fleet -tried to seduce a 17-year-old sailor.
Wheen says the naval rating was lined up “to go on a picnic for two” with Mountbatten when he was visiting Malta.

Mountbatten became the focus of FBI interest again during the Suez Crisis and in 1957 a file referring to Mountbatten’s
homosexuality was sent to the US Department of Justice. But many official memos referring to the Earl’s homosexuality
have been redacted or destroyed.
One file from April-July 1956 was shredded two years ago, after Lownie requested the records.

Mountbatten’s wife Edwina came under scrutiny because of her close friendship with Krishna Menon, the Indian defence minister,
and because she “had affairs with black men”. In April 1957 the FBI produced a memo on allegations of an affair with singer
Paul Robeson.
She also had an on-off relationship with West Indian pianist Leslie “Hutch” Hutchinson, who she is said to have given a jewelled
penis sheath from Cartier.

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Singer Paul Robeson and Mountbatten's daughter Pamela Hicks.

Mountbatten’s youngest daughter Lady Pamela Hicks told how her father was devastated when Edwina took a lover but for decades
he enjoyed a relationship with Yola Letellier, the young Frenchwoman who the film Gigi was based on.
Author Andrew Lownie says Mountbatten’s sexuality drove him to the top: “His sense of inadequacy in his private life found an outlet
in his determination for public office...'
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This, to me, provides even more evidence that Epstein was switched out, and someone has all his money waiting for him when he arrives at his hidden destination.  Of course it could have just been his fear that he would be killed while in prison that sparked the urgency in making a will, but with the person saying that Epstein was wheeled out in the wee hours of the morning and put into a van that wasn't logged in and had a person in military uniform in the back, well, if true, it all makes sense.




Quote:Jeffrey Epstein signed a will just two days before he killed himself in jail, new court records show, opening a new legal front in what could be a long battle over the financier's fortune.

Court papers filed last week in the U.S. Virgin Islands list no details of beneficiaries but valued the estate at more than $577 million, including more than $56 million in cash.
The existence of the will, first reported by the New York Post, raised new questions about Epstein's final days inside the Metropolitan Correctional Center, where he was awaiting trial on federal sex trafficking and conspiracy charges.
Epstein signed the document Aug. 8. Less than 48 hours later, he was found dead in his cell, prompting an investigation that has cast a harsh light on staffing shortages at the Manhattan detention center.

Prosecutors on Monday moved to dismiss the indictment against Epstein but have said they are considering charging others with facilitating his alleged abuse of dozens of girls.

The filing of the will, meanwhile, had been closely followed by lawyers representing women who claim they were sexually abused by Epstein when they were teenagers and recruited into his residences to provide him massages.

Several attorneys vowed to go after his assets even if the will had named beneficiaries, as Epstein's death means there will be no trial on the criminal charges against him. One woman filed suit against the estate last week, claiming Epstein repeatedly raped her when she was a teenager.

"Give his entire estate to his victims. It is the only justice they can get," one of those lawyers, Lisa Bloom, wrote in an email. "And they deserve it. And on behalf of the Epstein victims I represent, I intend to fight for it."

Former federal prosecutor David S. Weinstein, who is now in private practice in Miami but not involved in the Epstein case, said states and U.S. territories have certain timeframes within which to make a claim against someone's estate.

"There are certainly going to be a lot of lawyers involved," Weinstein said. "It's not going to be over any time soon."

A hedge fund manager who hobnobbed with the rich and famous, Epstein owned a Caribbean island, homes in Paris and New York City, a New Mexico ranch and a fleet of high-price cars.

Epstein had more than $112 million worth of equities, according to the will, and nearly $200 million in "hedge funds & private equity investments." Among the properties that will be subject to appraisal and valuation are his collection of fine arts, antiques and other collectibles.

As part of his 2008 plea deal to Florida state charges, Epstein made undisclosed financial settlements with dozens of his victims. It's unclear how those settlements might affect any claims made on his estate.

William Blum, an attorney for Epstein's estate, said in a statement to The Associated Press that any debts or claims against the estate will be "fairly administered." He said the document was Epstein's original last will.
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My Dear Old Dad always told me to "follow the money" when doubts arose. To determine the factuality of that tale, watch what happens to Epstein's fortune. See where it goes.
" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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(08-20-2019, 04:22 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote:
Quote:...including more than $56 million in cash...
A supposed hedge fund manager to the rich and powerful, yet had $56 million in cash?
That sounds like 'rainy-day' money, set aside for when things go wrong and your friends suddenly
become your enemies. An agency-tactic?!
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