Attorney General Barr bewildered by 'serious irregularities' in Epstein suicide


Americans the nation over are livid after wealthy pedophile Jeffrey Epstein died in prison over the weekend.

The accused child sex trafficker was incredibly well connected in the world of politics, with previous victims of Epstein testifying that they were instructed to have sexual relationships with dignitaries such as Britain’s Prince Andrew and former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson – all while underage.  This sort of incriminating information, obviously held by Epstein, could very well have been an important bartering chip in his forthcoming trial.

This is in part why so many conspiracy theories have emerged in the wake of Epstein’s death, with many Americans believing that suicide was not likely to have occurred under the circumstances.

The strangeness of the entire event was not lost on Attorney General Bill Barr, so vowed to investigate Epstein’s death.

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Now, just hours after that probe was launched, Barr is already getting some answers…and they aren’t good.

Attorney General William Barr on Monday blasted corrections officials and vowed to investigate the “serious irregularities” uncovered at the federal prison in Manhattan where accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was held and found dead Saturday morning. Barr’s criticism came amid complaints about squalid, rat-infested cells and as union officials charge warnings about overworked employees at the understaffed facility went unheeded.

Barr vowed a comprehensive probe by the FBI and the Justice Department inspector general as the new and disturbing revelations emerged Monday from lawyers and others who say the failings at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Lower Manhattan have been ignored for years.

Barr, speaking during a conference for the Fraternal Order of Police in New Orleans, also assured that the sex-trafficking case will continue against anyone who conspired with Epstein, and said victims will see justice in the end.

As of this writing, the results of Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy have yet to be made public, adding fuel to the conspiratorial fire.

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