Video of Epstein’s first suicide attempt on July 24 2018 was not properly preserved, according to a letter filed by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Maurene Comey and Jason Swergold. In the filing, prosecutors said that in reviewing the video last week, they realized that the footage, while being from the correct date and time period, “captured a different tier than the one where” Epstein and Tartaglione’s cell was located.
Photos of Epstein’s autopsy and his prison cell obtained by CBS are shown for the first time. Graphic photographs from Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy reveal his bloody neck wound. Images of his cell show a large pile of bed sheets, some ripped into strips, and at least two nooses made from them.
139 days after Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in an NYC prison, FBI sources confirmed Ghislaine Maxwell, and several other conspirators, were under investigation.
According to the sources, the investigation is in its early stages.
Jeffrey is offered a plea deal by Palm Beach County State Attorney Barry Krischer that would essentially let him avoid a grand jury and any possible jail time. Epstein rejects this offer.
The House Committee on Oversight and Reform sends a letter to U.S. Attorney General William Barr, asking for all emails about a secret plea deal Epstein took in 2008 and how victims should have been notified.
Jeffrey Epstein is found injured and in a fetal position in his cell at New York’s Metropolitan Correctional Center, with marks on his neck. His cellmate, Nicholas Tartaglione is questioned and denies having anything to do with it.
Epstein will later tell his lawyers that his cellmate “roughed him up”.
Despite being allowed to travel to New York City and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and also to walk around Palm Beach “for exercise”, Epstein’s house arrest now officially ends.
He is picked up by his private driver six days a week and transported to an office in West Palm Beach, where he accepts visitors for up to 12 hours a day. He returns to the stockade in the evenings to sleep.