AG Bill Barr warns Epstein co-conspirators they are not safe from prosecution
Whether Jeffrey Epstein killed himself or some big conspiracy took his life is irrelevant in the eyes of Attorney General William Barr.
Barr put anyone involved in Epstein’s pedophilic activities on alert, stating, “any co-conspirators should not rest easy — the victims deserve justice and they will get it.”
By all reported signs, Jeffrey Epstein did commit suicide. However, exactly how all this went down is creating more than a few questions.
The unit where Epstein was staying in the prison has protocols in place to prevent this type of event, all of which were pretty much ignored on the night prior and the morning of Epstein’s alleged suicide.
In this section of the prison, everyone is supposed to have a cellmate. Jeffrey Epstein’s cellmate was removed the night before the suicide.
For some reason, Jeffrey Epstein’s attorney demanded suicide watch be lifted from his client, even though he reportedly tried to take his life only days before.
Guards were supposed to do security checks every 30 minutes on the prisoners, but this did not happen on the night Epstein killed himself. So, while Epstein may have, in fact, killed himself, his suicide was facilitated by the guards and prison management.
Still Going Down
According to several reports, Epstein was going to start naming names. Many believe Bill Clinton may have been among those implicated in this horrifying web of crimes.
Additionally, several high-profile Democrats have already been named in a documents pertaining to a related lawsuit.
Now that the can of worms has been opened, more and more victims will surely come forward to tell their stories.
There will also likely be some fraudulent stories thrown in there, but that is for the attorney general and the Justice Department to assess.
Not every person who flew on the “Lolita Express” will be held responsible, maybe not even Bill Clinton, but rest assured, this scandal will still tear a hole right through the heart of the Democrat party and beyond.