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Jeffery Epstein commits suicide in his jail cell. I guess he knew he was fucked. All that money and that perv going after young girls. Karma is a birch.
 
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Bill and Hilary are sad.
He was Trumps homeboy too.
 
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One of the chicks that used to procure "girls" for Epstein is married to Brian Vickers the NASCAR driver.
 

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Powerful men trafficking young women for their gratification - it's hardly ever happened in human history <insert huge sarcasm emoji here>

And now for some "facts" (the facts are likely much worse than this)...

A young woman who says financier Jeffrey Epstein and socialite Ghislaine Maxwell kept her as a sex slave also accused a host of high-powered men of being involved in Epstein’s alleged sex-trafficking ring, according to court records unsealed Friday.

Virginia Giuffre, who says that Epstein and Maxwell trafficked her to powerful people for erotic massages and sex, claimed in depositions in 2016 that Maxwell directed her to have sex with former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, Britain’s Prince Andrew (whom she has accused before), wealthy financier Glenn Dubin, former senator George Mitchell, now-deceased MIT scientist Marvin Minsky, and modeling agent Jean-Luc Brunel, as well as “another prince,” a "foreign president," a well-known prime minister" and the owner of a “large hotel chain” in France.
 

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Giuffre has long claimed that Epstein kept her as his underage “sex slave” and loaned her out to his famous friends, including Prince Andrew and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz. (Dershowitz has repeatedly denied her accusations.) She says Maxwell recruited her into Epstein’s sordid world after spotting her at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach and offering her a chance to learn massage. At the time, Giuffre was only 16 years old.

Maxwell hit back at Giuffre and denied the allegations, prompting Giuffre to sue her for defamation. The suit was settled in 2017 on confidential terms.
 

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You should never doubt the excellent power of your government to protect you even from yourself. This is why .gov needs red flag laws, comprehensive background checks and you giving up all weapons.

I'm sure there will be a full investigation of how someone under heavy security in a cell by himself was able to hang himself.

Is this how a suicide watch works?

I heard all the hard drives containing evidence and names related to this case has suddenly been erased by a burst of radiation from outer space. Purely a random event, of course.

Everybody knew ‘suicide’ was a real danger, everyone knew he was on the hit list for the names he could give up. Yet, still magically it happened anyway.

Putin got nothing on the Clintons.

This guy would have been found with a gunshot wound in a DC park in a New York minute, when the Clintons were back in their prime.

Last night on the Evening News they SPECIFICALLY said "Jeffrey Epstein who is still being held under a suicide watch" - during a story about one of the girls who was abused and is now coming out and naming some names.

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Jeffery Epstein commits suicide in his jail cell. I guess he knew he was fucked. All that money and that perv going after young girls. Karma is a birch.
Not a flipin chance!!!!
 

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Comey's daughter was the prosecutor. just a coincidence I guess.
 

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One thing im not sure the general population knows is MOST fed prisons ate not owned and operated by the government.
They are businesses that get paid by the government.
These huge 'businesses" are owned by more than one person.
The fed prison in downtown san diego is across the street from the county and state prison. Its in a boring looking high rise. Inmates are on floors with great views.
All the guards are employees of the company.
Accidents happen in these businesses.
100% chance he wasnt watched, or maybe someone blinked for a long time
 

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Giuffre has long claimed that Epstein kept her as his underage “sex slave” and loaned her out to his famous friends, including Prince Andrew and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz. (Dershowitz has repeatedly denied her accusations.) She says Maxwell recruited her into Epstein’s sordid world after spotting her at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach and offering her a chance to learn massage. At the time, Giuffre was only 16 years old.

Maxwell hit back at Giuffre and denied the allegations, prompting Giuffre to sue her for defamation. The suit was settled in 2017 on confidential terms.


Yeah! I read ole Alan was writing articles about how we need to lower the age of consent. These fucks are so transparent.

Anyone fuck around with my two daughters and they’re gonna wish they committed suicide. I’ll feed them their genitals before they watch themselves bleed out.
 

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Suicide while on suicide watch... Nothing to see here.

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Epstein had been removed from suicide watch status days ago.

Epstein's death comes two weeks after the 66-year-old was placed on suicide watch after he was found nearly unconscious in his cell with injuries to his neck. At the time, it was not clear whether the injuries were self-inflicted or from an assault.

He had been taken off suicide watch before he killed himself, a person familiar with the matter told the AP. It wasn't immediately clear when he was taken off suicide watch.


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He was Trumps homeboy too.

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Try being truthful and objective instead of furthering false information. He was not, and has never been, Trump's "homeboy". They were seen and photographed together at several NYC social events, because they both played in the same orbit of wealthy socialites. These incidents occurred years before Epstein's predilection for for illegal acts became known and prosecuted.

Epstein was banned from Mar-A-Lago years ago, because of inappropriate behavior toward young women.

Trump's comment, made in 2002, "he likes his women young, and so do I", does not refer to age or illegal behavior toward women. When it became clear Epstein was engaging in potentially illegal behavior, Trump immediately distanced himself from the convicted sex offender.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/jeffrey-epstein-dead-by-suicide-found-in-manhattan-jail-cell
 
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One thing im not sure the general population knows is MOST fed prisons are not owned and operated by the government.

They are businesses that get paid by the government.

These huge 'businesses" are owned by more than one person.o
The fed prison in downtown san diego is across the street from the county and state prison. Its in a boring looking high rise. Inmates are on floors with great views.

All the guards are employees of the company.

Accidents happen in these businesses.

100% chance he wasn't watched, or maybe someone blinked for a long time.


Your assertion is wildly inaccurate, and an example of how the left is misleading American citizens, attempting control the narrative of daily life, and overthrow the legitimately elected government.

Private state and federal prisons hold just 8.5% of all convicted criminals incarcerated nationwide.

The private companies of today that run prison facilities for the federal government house 8% of the US federal prison population.

Private prisons incarcerated 128,063 people in 2016, which is 8.5% of the total state and federal prison population. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, there are 1,506,800 incarcerated people total in the US.


https://www.criminaljusticeprograms.com/articles/private-prisons-vs-public-prisons/
 
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I wonder why Trumps Secretary of Labor resigned shortly after this Puto Epstein was arrested. Shady shit here. Rot in hell all you assholes that exploit children.
 

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I wonder why Trumps Secretary of Labor resigned shortly after this Puto Epstein was arrested. Shady shit here. Rot in hell all you assholes that exploit children.

He resigned because the false claims and innuendo made by the left and media regarding his actions as US Attorney in 2006 made properly performing his position at the Labor Department impossible. He was taken down by lies about his work in the prosecution of Epstein.
 

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He resigned because the false claims and innuendo made by the left and media regarding his actions as US Attorney in 2006 made properly performing his position at the Labor Department impossible. He was taken down by lies about his work in the prosecution of Epstein.

He resigned because he gave Puto Epstein a sweetheart deal for the notorious crimes he committed to underage girls. Don’t lose sight of the victims here. They were children.
 

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Your assertion is wildly inaccurate, and an example of how the left is misleading American citizens, attempting control the narrative of daily life, and overthrow the legitimately elected government.

Private state and federal prisons hold just 8.5% of all convicted criminals incarcerated nationwide.

The private companies of today that run prison facilities for the federal government house 8% of the US federal prison population.

Private prisons incarcerated 128,063 people in 2016, which is 8.5% of the total state and federal prison population. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, there are 1,506,800 incarcerated people total in the US.


https://www.criminaljusticeprograms.com/articles/private-prisons-vs-public-prisons/

Geezus Rrrr. Wildly? Left? Wtf.
The prison ive been inside for work are 50 50. Private vs government.
How is this a political issue?

This fucking place sure has a pissed off vibe lately

The guy is dead. Its good and bad. He is a scum bag. But it would have been great to see him take some rich assholes with him.
If was taken off suicide watch it was to LET him commit suicide.

Can we at agree on that ?
 

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Geezus Rrrr. Wildly? Left? Wtf.
The prison ive been inside for work are 50 50. Private vs government.
How is this a political issue?

This fucking place sure has a pissed off vibe lately

The guy is dead. Its good and bad. He is a scum bag. But it would have been great to see him take some rich assholes with him.
If was taken off suicide watch it was to LET him commit suicide.

Can we at agree on that ?

I should have been more clear. It is the ACLU, The Innocence Project, and dozens of other liberal organizations driving the narrative. It's a political issue because they made it that way.

I didn't mean my post to imply you personally agreed with that. I started to write something specifically isolating you from those who I think are pushing the false claims, but I was in a hurry.

No way did I mean to toss you in the cesspool. Sorry.
 

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He resigned because he gave Puto Epstein a sweetheart deal for the notorious crimes he committed to underage girls. Don’t lose sight of the victims here. They were children.

You should probably do a little reading on the subject. You're asserting he made those decisions all by himself, which is not true at all.
 

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Yeah! I read ole Alan was writing articles about how we need to lower the age of consent. These fucks are so transparent.



You have been mislead by the mainstream media, which turned hostile toward Dershowitz after he began criticizing liberal prosecutors about their position regarding the age of consent and how the narrative was being corrupted by political actors, not legal scholars. Dershowitz has not presented any specific legal briefs or opinions which attempt to alter current law.

The sentence I bolded was Dershowitz's theoretical legal argument, and it's obvious that's what it is. He was hijacked by the left, which happens almost daily in today's political climate.

Now, some attorneys and fellow law professors are saying Dershowitz’s argument appears to support adults having sex with minors.

But Dershowitz said the controversy is just the latest example of people being afraid to challenge public opinion on sensitive topics—a sentiment echoed by others criticizing the reactive nature of Twitter. He also maintained he was making a legal argument—not a moral one—in the opinion piece he wrote in 1997 for the Los Angeles Times.

But Dershowitz said the controversy is just the latest example of people being afraid to challenge public opinion on sensitive topics—a sentiment echoed by others criticizing the reactive nature of Twitter. He also maintained he was making a legal argument—not a moral one—in the opinion piece he wrote in 1997 for the Los Angeles Times.

“Alan’s genius as a teacher has always been his ability to present interesting and challenging legal questions,” said Fort Lauderdale attorney Bruce Rogow, a lawyer for more than 50 years and specialist in constitutional law. ”That aptitude and facility is what makes him unique. Whether one agrees or disagrees is not the point. The point is that provoking discussion on any serious subject has great value.”

But whatever value the exercise might have had now seems a distant second to the whirlwind engulfing the ex-professor, whose article, “Statutory Rape is an Outdated Concept,” resurfaced Monday in the New Yorker.

Dershowitz responded by arguing that the issue presented a “constitutional conundrum worth discussion.” The question he raises is this: If a 16-year-old is able to independently decide to have an abortion, then should she also be deemed legally competent to have sex?

The 1997 op-ed stemmed from a conversation with a college student, according to Dershowitz, who sought pro bono help after the parents of his 16-year-old girlfriend brought charges against him. Dershowitz said he recommended the student’s attorney make a constitutional argument. He said he then wrote the article to spark a debate.

“I was always regarded as the most controversial and most exciting and the most accessible professor. People lined up to my classes,” Dershowitz said. “I think law teaching is going to become a lot more boring if professors are afraid to provoke controversy in the classroom.”

Some of Dershowitz’s most provocative pieces were about torture, capital punishment, Israel and commitment of the mentally ill. He said that only about 1% or 2% of his writing has been about rape or sex.

In Dershowitz’s view, the backlash demonstrates that people have good reason to be fearful of wading into debates about highly charged topics.

“People not only should be afraid, they are afraid,” Dershowitz said. “People are terrified today of making any argument that is deemed politically incorrect to the #MeToo movement. It’s become a moral sin even to defend yourself against the false charge. But I’m going to continue to defend myself and I’m going to continue to accuse my false accusers of being perjurers and liars, because they are.”

But Twitter users were bold, and some suggested he’d made a flawed parallel between abortion and underage sex.
 

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You have been mislead by the mainstream media, which turned hostile toward Dershowitz after he began criticizing liberal prosecutors about their position regarding the age of consent and how the narrative was being corrupted by political actors, not legal scholars. Dershowitz has not presented any specific legal briefs or opinions which attempt to alter current law.

The sentence I bolded was Dershowitz's theoretical legal argument, and it's obvious that's what it is. He was hijacked by the left, which happens almost daily in today's political climate.

Now, some attorneys and fellow law professors are saying Dershowitz’s argument appears to support adults having sex with minors.

But Dershowitz said the controversy is just the latest example of people being afraid to challenge public opinion on sensitive topics—a sentiment echoed by others criticizing the reactive nature of Twitter. He also maintained he was making a legal argument—not a moral one—in the opinion piece he wrote in 1997 for the Los Angeles Times.

But Dershowitz said the controversy is just the latest example of people being afraid to challenge public opinion on sensitive topics—a sentiment echoed by others criticizing the reactive nature of Twitter. He also maintained he was making a legal argument—not a moral one—in the opinion piece he wrote in 1997 for the Los Angeles Times.

“Alan’s genius as a teacher has always been his ability to present interesting and challenging legal questions,” said Fort Lauderdale attorney Bruce Rogow, a lawyer for more than 50 years and specialist in constitutional law. ”That aptitude and facility is what makes him unique. Whether one agrees or disagrees is not the point. The point is that provoking discussion on any serious subject has great value.”

But whatever value the exercise might have had now seems a distant second to the whirlwind engulfing the ex-professor, whose article, “Statutory Rape is an Outdated Concept,” resurfaced Monday in the New Yorker.

Dershowitz responded by arguing that the issue presented a “constitutional conundrum worth discussion.” The question he raises is this: If a 16-year-old is able to independently decide to have an abortion, then should she also be deemed legally competent to have sex?

The 1997 op-ed stemmed from a conversation with a college student, according to Dershowitz, who sought pro bono help after the parents of his 16-year-old girlfriend brought charges against him. Dershowitz said he recommended the student’s attorney make a constitutional argument. He said he then wrote the article to spark a debate.

“I was always regarded as the most controversial and most exciting and the most accessible professor. People lined up to my classes,” Dershowitz said. “I think law teaching is going to become a lot more boring if professors are afraid to provoke controversy in the classroom.”

Some of Dershowitz’s most provocative pieces were about torture, capital punishment, Israel and commitment of the mentally ill. He said that only about 1% or 2% of his writing has been about rape or sex.

In Dershowitz’s view, the backlash demonstrates that people have good reason to be fearful of wading into debates about highly charged topics.

“People not only should be afraid, they are afraid,” Dershowitz said. “People are terrified today of making any argument that is deemed politically incorrect to the #MeToo movement. It’s become a moral sin even to defend yourself against the false charge. But I’m going to continue to defend myself and I’m going to continue to accuse my false accusers of being perjurers and liars, because they are.”

But Twitter users were bold, and some suggested he’d made a flawed parallel between abortion and underage sex.


Interesting.....
 

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I should have been more clear. It is the ACLU, The Innocence Project, and dozens of other liberal organizations driving the narrative. It's a political issue because they made it that way.

I didn't mean my post to imply you personally agreed with that. I started to write something specifically isolating you from those who I think are pushing the false claims, but I was in a hurry.

No way did I mean to toss you in the cesspool. Sorry.
No worries mate! This suicide reaks of inside job. Theres a entire world of super power people out there.
What this guy was doing was obviously acceptable to many rich high power individuals.
The power of the V and money is crazy
 

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Area 51?


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I’ve got an idea. We should all show up to find out what’s in there. What could they do if like a million of us showed up at once? lmao
 
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