Surveillance video of Jeffrey Epstein’s cell the night of his first alleged suicide attempt in July of 2019 has been deleted. The reason given is “technical errors”…Does anyone believe that all of the so-called “errors” are just a coincidence?

A letter below from a U.S. Attorney to a judge in a separate case involving Epstein’s cellmate describes the error:

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“The MCC inadvertently preserved video from the wrong tier within the MCC, and, as a result, video from outside the defendant’s cell… no longer exists.”

Nicholas Tartaglione, an accused murderer, was Epstein’s cellmate inside the Metropolitan Correctional Center, or MCC.

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Fox News reports that Tartaglione’s lawyer found the matter deeply troubling:

“The video would further corroborate the events of July 23 and we believe would have supported our client’s position that he acted appropriately that evening. The various and inconsistent accounts of what happened to that video are deeply troubling.”

Last July, Epstein was found with a sheet around his neck. He was supposedly put on a suicide watch after the incident.

A second coincidence was recently reported by CBS News that at least one of the cameras outside Epstein’s cell the night he was found hanged in his cell was not working.

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