Sex Predator Jeffrey Epstein Was ‘Murdered’ in Jail, Whistleblower Chelsea Manning Claims

Chelsea Manning, an American whistleblower who came to fame after disclosing hundreds of thousands of sensitive military data to WikiLeaks, is in no doubt as to the fate of the late convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein.

“Murder, that’s how a prison murder happens. I know. That stuff happens. Some of theses stories are in my book… You wanna get rid of someone in prison? That’s how you do it,” Manning stated during an appearance on the 10 January episode of After Dark by h3h3 Productions.

An unresponsive Epstein was found in his cell by prison guards on 10 August 2019. He had been awaiting a trial on federal conspiracy and sex-trafficking charges.

The tycoon’s death was ruled a suicide by hanging, but despite the official verdict, the incident spawned numerous conspiracy theories. Many questioned the decision to take him off suicide watch, just a week after he apparently tried to take his own life on 23 July.

Epstein had been reportedly removed from constant surveillance six days later at the request of his attorneys.

Furthermore, Epstein was meant to have a cellmate, but was left alone after his cellmate was transferred out of the correctional centre on 9 August, the day before his death. Subsequently, then-US Attorney General William Barr said there were “serious irregularities” at the New York jail where Epstein was being held.

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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