Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein?

The Wisdom of the Crowds Rings True 

According to a poll conducted by Certus Insights, only 37% of Americans believe Epstein committed suicide, while 35% think he was murdered, and 29% are unsure. Among those who believe Epstein was murdered, 83% think a well-known public figure arranged his death to avoid legal troubles. On the other hand, among those who believe it was suicide, 53% think he was able to do so because prison guards intentionally gave him the opportunity.

Another poll by Insider found that 45% of Americans believe Epstein was murdered, with only 16% believing he died by suicide. This poll also noted that 39% of respondents were unsure about the cause of his death​.

Why Does Epstein Matter?

The public fascination with Jeffrey Epstein's death can be attributed to several key factors:

High-Profile Connections: Epstein was a billionaire financier connected to many high-profile figures, including political and entertainment elites like Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and others. His relationships with such individuals, combined with the nature of the charges against him (sex trafficking and abuse of underage girls), created a significant public interest.

Mysterious Circumstances of Death: Epstein's death, ruled as a suicide, occurred under highly questionable circumstances. There were multiple protocol breaches at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, such as the failure to check on him every 30 minutes, malfunctioning cameras, and the absence of a cellmate on the night of his death. These factors contributed to widespread skepticism and conspiracy theories about the true nature of his death.

Discrepancies and Inconsistencies: There were several inconsistencies in the case, such as Epstein's lawyers describing him as upbeat shortly before his death, his history of denying suicidal thoughts, and physical evidence from the autopsy that some experts argued was more consistent with strangulation than hanging. These discrepancies fueled public suspicion and speculation.

Impact on Ongoing Legal Cases: Epstein's death occurred before he could be tried for his alleged crimes, leaving many questions unanswered and a sense of injustice among the public and the victims. The ongoing legal cases and revelations about Epstein's activities continued to keep public interest alive, with new information and documents being released over time.

  The Public Deserves to Know. Everything.

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