Americans still cannot get a straight story about how Jeffrey Epstein died.
The questions continue to mount.
And Tucker Carlson discovered this disturbing fact about Jeffrey Epstein’s death.
Authorities claim Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide in his Manhattan jail cell in August 2019.
But the bizarre set of circumstances, the inexplicable breakdown in security and the fact that Epstein was connected to many of the richest and most powerful people in the world like Bill Gates, Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew caused many Americans to think there was foul play involved in Epstein’s death.
The fact that Epstein’s client list never became public — even during the trial of Epstein’s Madam Ghislaine Maxwell — stuck out like a sore thumb.
Tucker Carlson may be the only prominent member of the mainstream media still asking questions about Epstein’s death.
During a recent broadcast of his Fox News program Carlson told viewers that no law enforcement agency has copies of the recordings of the 911 calls from the Manhattan jail the night Epstein died.
“So it looks like the NYPD deleted the recordings of 911 calls from the jail. So we thought well how about the FBI? We called over to the FBI to say do you have any 911 recordings from the jail, from the federal lockup, and we got no response,” said Carlson on his primetime show.
This is not the only evidence from that night that suspiciously went missing.
A letter filed by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Jason Swergold and Maurene Comey revealed a malfunction caused the security cameras in Epstein’s cell block not to record what happened in Epstein’s cell that night.
The U.S. attorneys’ letter explained that “the footage contained on the preserved video was for the correct date and time, but captured a different tier than the one where Cell-1 was located.”
A backup system that should have stored the footage from Epstein’s cell also experienced conveniently timed technical errors which erased the video.
“The requested video no longer exists on the backup system and has not since at least August 2019 as a result of technical errors,” the letter added.
And finally, during Maxwell’s trial Special Agent Kelly Maguire testified that the FBI used a saw to open a safe in Epstein’s apartment and discovered a treasure trove of evidence including hard drives and CDs.
But Maguire testified that the FBI had to get a different warrant to remove the items.
When the agents returned the next day, the evidence had vanished.
The Telegraph exclusively reports:
The FBI agent said officers broke open the safe with a saw, finding the CDs, jewellery, computer hard drives, “loose diamonds”, passports and “large amounts of US currency.”
They took photographs of the items, but left them at the residence as they did not have the warrant to remove them. When they returned four days later, on July 11, they were no longer there.
Maguire also testified that Epstein’s lawyer, Richard Kahn, later returned with a suitcase containing a collection of items that matched the missing evidence.
However, Maguire admitted the FBI could not verify if the contents of the hard drives and CDs Epstein’s lawyer returned matched those the agents originally found.
There are too many suspicious disappearances, lapses in security, and technical glitches to add up to all these being a fluke set of circumstances that resulted in no evidence remaining from the night Jeffrey Epstein died.
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