- Alexander Acosta was told to back off prosecution of Epstein because of the latter's association with "Intelligence."
- It is standard operating procedure for "Intelligence" to film and record sexual deviance for purposes of blackmail and evidence-gathering.
- Epstein sponsored frequent parties involving a virtual Who's Who of world leaders and other celebrities
- The parties were also described as attended by "call boys" and "call girls"
- Epstein had tapes of sexual deviance on his properties, some of them locked in a safe indicating their special content.
Reasons for suspecting that Epstein was killed or purposely allowed to commit suicide include the following:
- Epstein was an extraordinarily important federal prisoner.
- After his arrest, he was placed on suicide watch at least for a time following his apparent attempt last month to take his own life.
- According to prison protocol, inmates taken off suicide watch are to be interned with another inmate and never by themselves.
- Epstein was sequestered in a highly secure facility presumably with special capacities for monitoring inmates on such watch, including video cameras and guards trained for such duties.
- Nonetheless, Epstein somehow found himself alone and unwatched with a rope, a belt, with sheets or some other material sufficient to hang himself -- in a cell with 8-foot ceilings.
- He was inexplicably given unmonitored time to accomplish the task.
Where Do We Go from Here?
There is no claim here that the details presented above somehow "prove" foul play regarding the "suicide" of Jeffrey Epstein. However, they do provide basis for reasonable conspiracy theories sufficient (and necessary) to warrant serious investigations and perhaps indictments of e.g., Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein's reputed procurer of unsuspecting girls. The conspiracy theories in question warrant discovery processes, trials, presentation of evidence, deliberation by juries of peers, verdicts, and eventual clarification of the whole Jeffrey Epstein saga.
Only such legal processes will yield truthful conclusions. Internal investigations and heart-wrenching statements by proven and admitted liars will not do. Neither will out-of-hand dismissal of "conspiracy theories" as though the phrase exclusively describes fictional fantasies or paranoid imaginings. As presented by Charles Warzel and others, such dismissals simply mean that the theories in question are socially, culturally, and politically unacceptable too threatening to even consider. And so, we're told, rational analysts should back off.
Actually, as shown above, the theories are good and necessary. And so are the vilified social media through which The People thankfully counteract MSM disinformation and its defense of the given order and the official stories undergirding its undeserved legitimacy.