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Final Days of Epstein

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By Jim.henderson - Own work, CC0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=10086769

I’m sure that y’all have a great many theories about the final days of Jeffrey Epstein. This AP reconstruction of his time in jail isn’t enough to dispel the more grandiose notions, but it certainly offers a plausible account of a man who was deeply unhappy and looking for a way out:

Epstein’s outlook worsened when a judge denied him bail on July 18, 2019 — raising the prospect that he’d remain locked up until trial and, possibly longer. If convicted, he faced up to 45 years prison. Four days later, Epstein was found on the floor of his cell with a strip of bedsheet around his neck.

Epstein survived. His injuries didn’t require going to the hospital. He was placed on suicide watch and, later, psychiatric observation. Jail officers noted in logs that they observed him, “sitting at the edge of the bed, lost in thought,” and sitting “with his head against the wall.”

Epstein expressed frustration with the noise of the jail and his lack of sleep. His first few weeks at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, Epstein didn’t have his sleep apnea breathing apparatus he used. Then, the toilet in his cell started acting up.

“He was still left in the same cell with a broken toilet,” the jail’s chief psychologist wrote in a email the next day. “Please move him to the cell next door when he returns from legal as the toilet still does not work.”

Let the conspiracizing commence…

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