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Jeffery Epstein Scandal EXPLODES With Much Info Tying Him To Names Like The Clintons & More!

Jeffery Epstein Scandal EXPLODES With Much Info Tying Him To Names Like The Clintons & More!

by August 13, 2019 0 comments

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By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

U.S. Attorney General William Barr has ordered a full investigation into Epstein’s death to determine how such a high-profile inmate could have taken his own life and why he was ever removed from suicide watch in the first place. Barr was said to be “livid,” and “determined to get to the bottom of this,” according to a source familiar with the case.

Barr said in a statement that he was “appalled” to learn Epstein was found dead in his cell while in federal custody.

“In addition to the FBI’s investigation, I consulted with the Inspector General who is opening an investigation into the circumstances of Mr. Epstein’s death,” Barr said in his statement released on Saturday.

On Sunday, Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., would only say that he will leave it up to FBI Director Christopher Wray to get to the bottom of Epstein’s death.

“I have faith and that’s all I’m going to say on it. I think it’s good that the FBI is investigating and they’re good at this,” Schumer said during a news conference. “I want them to leave no stone unturned.”

Under the U.S. Borough of Prison’s suicide prevention protocol, Epstein’s removal from suicide watch would have required the approval of the jail’s suicide prevention coordinator, usually the facility’s chief psychologist.

“I won’t be surprised if these impending investigations reveal that Epstein was able to charm his way off suicide watch, frankly. I mean, the guy was a master manipulator,” Cameron Lindsay, a retired federal prison warden and jail consultant, told ABC News on Sunday. “I think when you look at the scope and nature of his offenses, he was probably able to convince some mental health professional that he was OK to come off suicide watch because he was no longer a threat to himself.”

While under suicide watch, according to the Bureau of Prison’s protocols, an inmate must be kept in a special room with no “fixtures or architectural features that would easily allow self-injury.” The prisoner is also not allowed to have bedsheets or any type of clothing that can be ripped and used to harm themselves, according to the protocols.

During suicide watch, the prisoner must be observed 24 hours a day by jail staff or a trained and certified inmate companion, and seen by the jail’s chief psychologist at least once a day, according to the protocols.

Once an inmate is taken off suicide watch, a report on how the decision was made must be forwarded to the warden, according to the protocols.