- The suspicious circumstances surrounding Jeffrey Epstein’s death are believable to those with knowledge of the MCC prison.
- Attorneys representing other MCC inmates say murder is unlikely.
- Former Commissioner of the NYC Department of Corrections says that kind of ineptitude isn’t unheard of, but he wouldn’t rule out foul play.
Conspiracy theories about Jeffrey Epstein’s death in the Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) have run rampant in recent weeks after the case was thrust back into the spotlight. Leaked audio recordings of ABC news anchor Amy Robach expressing frustration over the network’s reluctance to broadcast an interview with one of his alleged victims further underscored the growing mistrust between the conservative public and the media while adding fuel to speculation that Epstein was murdered by one of the powerful elite tied to his sex-trafficking ring.
Jeffrey Epstein’s Suspicious Death
Epstein was found dead in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in downtown Manhattan on Aug. 10. His death was ultimately ruled a suicide, but several suspicious circumstances that allowed a high-risk inmate to commit suicide have caused many to question whether the jail is covering up something more nefarious.
Epstein allegedly attempted suicide just a few weeks before his death. While he had been on suicide watch following the incident, he was taken off just days before he was found dead in his cell. Two guards assigned to check on Epstein every 30 minutes failed to do so, and surveillance footage from the area around his cell is reportedly ‘unusable.’
Previous MCC inmates have given interviews claiming there’s “no way” Jeffrey Epstein could have hanged himself. One inmate told the New York Post that the paper-thin sheets couldn’t hold a grown man’s weight.