Epstein guards suspected of falsifying logs

Remigio Civitarese
Agosto 14, 2019

That person was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.

Jeffrey Epstein, on March 28, 2017.

Sasse's letter marks the second time in less than a week that the senator has written to Barr about Epstein's death, having written over the weekend that "heads must roll" over Epstein's suicide.

President Trump went on to say the controversy around Epstein's sex-trafficking ring has lingered for a long time, and he hopes the Department of Justice can finally get to the bottom of it.

The manner in which he killed himself has not been officially announced.

CBS News reported: "On the morning of Jeffrey Epstein's death there was shouting and shrieking from his jail cell, a source familiar with the situation told CBS News". The FBI and the Justice Department's inspector general are investigating Epstein's death. "FCI Otisville Warden James Petrucci has been named Acting Warden of the MCC New York". One of the guards, who had a different job in the jail and did not regularly perform correctional officer duties, was working a fifth straight day of overtime and the other guard was working mandatory overtime, the people said.

U.S. Attorney General William Barr delivers remarks during a farewell ceremony for Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein at the Robert F. Kennedy Main Justice Building in Washington, on May 9, 2019.

"The victims of Epstein's worldwide sex trafficking ring deserve justice", he continued.

Epstein, 66, had been denied bail and faced up to 45 years behind bars on federal sex trafficking and conspiracy charges unsealed last month.

Federal prosecutors in NY are pursuing a parallel investigation into whether any of his associates will face charges for assisting him in what authorities say was his rampant sexual abuse of girls as young as 14.

Accusers of the now-deceased Jeffrey Epstein are asking a federal court in Florida to tear up the multimillionaire sex offender's 2007 non-prosecution agreement that not only shielded Epstein from further prosecution, but protected his alleged co-conspirators, who federal authorities have vowed to bring to justice.

In the sex-crimes case, authorities are most likely turning their attention to the team of recruiters and employees who, according to police reports, Federal Bureau of Investigation records and court documents, knew about Epstein's penchant for teenage girls and lined up victims for him.

In the days since Epstein's death while awaiting charges that he sexually abused underage girls, a portrait has begun to emerge of Manhattan's federal detention center as a chronically understaffed facility that possibly made a series of missteps in handling its most high-profile inmate.

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