The missing footage from Epstein’s jail cell resurfaces after prosecutors claimed it ‘no longer exists.’
The missing footage of the outside of Epstein’s cell at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center during his suicide attempt reappeared on Thursday just a day after prosecutors said it had not been preserved.
— NE Conservatives (@NortheastGOP) December 20, 2019
A day after claiming that surveillance footage from Jeffery Epstein’s July 23 suicide attempt was missing, prosecutors confirmed that the video had actually been preserved by the Metropolitan Correctional Center staff.
“Earlier today, the government confirmed with MCC staff that the video was preserved by MCC staff upon defense counsel’s request,” federal prosecutor Jason Swergold wrote in a letter to Judge Kenneth Karas.
Karas is presiding over the case of accused quadruple murderer and former cop Nick Tartaglione, who shared Epstein’s cell at the time of the attempt. Epstein was found nearly unconscious with neck injuries in what was ruled a suicide attempt at the time, but news broke in August that Epstein had accused Tartaglione of inflicting the injuries.
“We are very pleased the video was preserved, as we had asked,” Bruce Barket, Tartaglione’s attorney said on early Friday morning. “We look forward to viewing it.” More
The video has been missing for quite a while. Should an independent analysis be done to determine if that is the actual footage or not? This case just gets more and more absurd making his suicide very hard to believe.
The bigger questions regarding Epstein is when will we see pimping and statutory rape prosecutions? Why aren’t reporters all over this?
— Bill Heller (@noturbine) December 20, 2019
One of the biggest sex trafficking arrests in a long time, and yet, no subsequent information or arrests of anyone associated with him and his sex ring. Sad case for Justice for the survivors of this monster.Don't forget to Like Godfather Politics on Facebook and Twitter, and visit our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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