Convenient

Lets see, you have the richest guy in the world hanging out with the mogul who pulls the puppet strings for lots of people caught up in raping underage teens both hanging out outside the country at the same time as the "suicide." Convenient.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

Lets see, you have the richest guy in the world hanging out with the mogul who pulls the puppet strings for lots of people caught up in raping underage teens both hanging out outside the country at the same time as the “suicide.”

Convenient.

Jeff Bezos – Amazon

David Geffen

Jeffrey Epstein

Jeff Bezos and Girlfriend Lauren Sanchez Live It Up on David Geffen’s Yacht with Karlie Kloss

Jeff Bezos and girlfriend Lauren Sanchez have plenty to smile about while soaking up the sun with some serious V.I.P.s.

The couple appeared in a group shot posted by billionaire entertainment mogul David Geffen on Instagram taken from his luxurious yacht. The photo included the couple and Geffen alongside supermodel Karlie Kloss and her husband Josh Kushner. Some other powerful names in Hollywood and former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein round out the shot.

“Having a great time in the Balearics,” Geffen captioned the photo, which was taken off the coast of Spain.- Source

Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘suicide’ in jail is unfathomable

Here are a few things I know firsthand about being in jail. First and foremost, you have virtually no control over your life and surroundings. You can’t get so much as an aspirin without authorization. In most jails, you can’t wear a belt, or shoelaces, or keep a razor in your cell. And in a well-run jail, high-profile prisoners have virtually no chance of killing themselves.

So the alleged suicide of Jeffrey Epstein, the 66-year-old financier with powerful friends who was about to stand trial for allegedly sexually abusing dozens of girls, many of them underage, is particularly unfathomable — and outrageous.

Epstein was placed on suicide watch on July 23 after being found semi-conscious in his cell with marks on his neck, in what prison officials described at the time as a failed suicide attempt. He was removed from suicide watch six days later, on July 29, and returned to a segregated area of the prison with extra security known as the special housing unit.

Officials told me Sunday that the prison’s psychological team had evaluated Epstein on a daily basis after his alleged initial suicide attempt and had found him to be no risk to himself or to others. Officials said that Epstein had met for many hours each day with his legal team, and that both he and his lawyers had repeatedly assured the prison that he did not want to kill himself and had asked MCC to remove him from the suicide watch.

Finally, officials said, at least one member of Epstein’s legal team was with him until 6:30 on the Friday evening before his death. None of his legal team — Reid Weingarten, Marty Weinberg, Michael Miller or Marc Fernich — would comment about their client’s emotional and mental state the night before his death and during the last six days of his incarceration.

Under the prison’s rules and procedures, Epstein was supposed to be given a cellmate and monitored by prison guards every 30 minutes, 24 hours a day after being removed from suicide watch. Prison experts believe that having a cellmate helps deter suicide. Neither officials nor Epstein’s legal team would comment on whether those procedures were followed, but at least one official familiar with the episode said that they were not.

Epstein had a cellmate before his initial alleged suicide attempt, but cellmate Nicholas Tartaglione was not returned to share a cell with him after Epstein was placed on watch and then removed from the list, one official said. The official said Epstein was alone in his cell for some time before his death — again, in violation of the prison’s rules and procedures.- Source