AG William Barr Opens Investigation Into Epstein’s Death, “Serious Questions”
BOOM: Enter the Honey Badger. Within minutes of hearing of the apparent death of Jeffrey Epstein while in federal custody on charges of sex trafficking, Attorney General William Barr issues a statement indicating Epstein’s death is highly suspicious and the circumstances raise “…serious questions,” about the chain of events that led to what’s being called a suicide.
“I was appalled to learn that Jeffrey Epstein was found dead early this morning from an apparent suicide while in federal custody. Mr. Epstein’s death raises serious questions that must be answered,” Barr said in a statement.
“In addition to the FBI’s investigation, I have consulted with the Inspector General who is opening an investigation into the circumstances of Mr. Epstein’s death,” Barr added.
Serious questions, indeed.
Minutes after news of Epstein’s apparent death, the internet exploded in outrage and outright rejection of the official narrative, with observers immediately suggesting that the incident was likely murder. #clintonbodycount began trending heavily following the revelation with people suggesting that the billionaire pedophile’s obvious connections to the Clinton crime network made him the obvious latest target of “Arkancide.”
“NO ONE BELIEVES IT WAS SUICIDE”
Epstein had previously survived an earlier attempt to kill himself via hanging (an incident later described as “an assault”) and had been placed on 24 hour suicide watch following that death attempt in July, a status that reports now indicate may have been discontinued sometime prior to his death.
Given the nuclear level damage of Epstein’s knowledge regarding partakers in his vast and unfolding network of child procurement for rape by world leaders, celebrities, Hollywood magnates and a veritable who’s who of the world elite, that earlier suicide attempt was met with skeptical disbelief of the official narrative and suggestions that even behind bars, Epstein would not survive the reach of powerful interests threatened by the consequences of the legal action against him.