Another Strange Coincidence In The Epstein Mystery

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The old saying goes “too much coincidence is no coincidence” and that is exactly the case when it comes to the ongoing Jeffery Epstein investigation.

We’ve seen photo evidence that Epstein didn’t kill himself, but we haven’t seen the mysterious missing video. The security cameras that were supposed to be monitoring him on the night of his death somehow “malfunctioned” so we don’t have that video.

Both of the guards watching him that night fell asleep and didn’t check in on Epstein.
Now it seems that the video from his first suicide attempt no longer exists because the jail just happened to save the wrong video. How convenient!

According to Daily Wire,

Although disgraced financier and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein has been dead for almost six months, the circumstances leading up to his death keep getting weirder. This time, the circumstances concern the footage from Epstein’s first alleged suicide attempt in July. 

In the latest development, prosecutors on Thursday told a judge overseeing the trial of Epstein’s former cellmate, accused murderer Nicholas Tartaglione, that surveillance footage of the hallway during Epstein’s failed alleged suicide attempt “no longer exists” because of “technical errors,” according to the Associated Press.

Last December, prosecutors believed they had found the footage after announcing only a day before that they had actually lost it, as previously reported by The Daily Wire

Prosecutors explained in a letter filed in Manhattan Federal Court, “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 because the preserved video did not show corrections officers responding to any of the cells seen on the video.”

They also added that the jail’s computer system listed an incorrect cell for Epstein’s cellmate, accused murder Nicholas Tartaglione. And as a “result of technical errors,” the backup system lost the footage from August 2019.



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