Shouting and shrieking were heard from Jeffrey Epstein’s cell the morning he died, including guards shouting “breathe, Epstein, breathe,” directly contradicting earlier reports that indicated no noises were heard from his cell that morning.
“On the morning of Jeffrey Epstein’s death there was shouting and shrieking from his jail cell,” according to CBS News. “Corrections officers attempted to revive him while saying ‘breathe, Epstein, breathe.’”
The report of shouting and shrieking from Epstein’s cell on the morning he died directly contradicts an earlier report from NBC which stated an inmate located a few cells away heard nothing at all that morning.
“Nobody heard anything,” said Bruce Barket, a lawyer who represents Nicholas Tartaglione, a former upstate New York police officer awaiting trial for murder. “It was a silent act.”
A series of contradictory reports and unusual coincidences have led many to question the narrative surrounding Epstein’s alleged suicide.
– Epstein’s alleged suicide occurred just one day after 2,000 pages of court documents were released, naming numerous high-profile individuals reported to have flown on Epstein’s “Lolita Express,” including former President Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, modeling scout Jean-Luc Brunel, financier Glenn Dublin and former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell.
– A former inmate at the Metropolitan Correctional Center’s special housing unit disputed the assertion Epstein hung himself with a bed sheet, noting the sheets are “paper level. Not strong enough.”
– One of the guards assigned to watch Epstein was not a “regular corrections officer,” according to several news outlets. Corrections officials have yet to provide additional information on the individual.
– Corrections officers did not check on Epstein for “several” hours before his alleged suicide, despite being required to check on inmates every 30 minutes.
– While Epstein was supposed to have a cellmate, the man who shared a cell with him previously was moved “for reasons not immediately clear” one day before Epstein died.