If Someone Wanted Epstein Murdered, It Would’ve Been Done Before His Arrest

Jeffrey Epstein is Wheeled Into Downtown Hospital.

By AnonyMaker

Epstein Murdered?

What I see as another major and typical flaw of these sorts of theories, is that they paint the conspirators as devious and highly capable, and yet also implicitly assume they are poorly planned and relatively incompetent – and somehow fail to keep their secret schemes from being figured out in bar rooms and chat rooms.

For instance, if someone wanted Jeffrey Epstein dead, they waited until a frenzy of publicity had already built and prominent people were getting exposed – yet the FBI was already re-investigating Epstein last year, the sort of thing well-connected actors are supposed to know, and that should have caused a truly devious and ruthless conspiracy to act preemptively.

If Epstein had been murdered in a staged botch robbery in Paris, or his plane had been sabotaged and crashed in the depths of the ocean, none of the exposure and publicity would have occurred, and there wouldn’t be the clamor for further investigations.

The theories against against his suicide, also fail to take into account that he was an unusual personality who was highly controlling, lived by burnishing his reputation, and was very cunning and resourceful.

He was facing life behind bars where he would be targeted by inmates as a pedophile and quite possibly killed, along with the sort of humiliating trial that he had probably seen Nxivm cult leader Keith Raniere go through, and then endless civil lawsuits even if he plead guilty to criminal charges; and he had already been pegged as a suicide risk.

Particularly given that he was brilliant and manipulative enough to be able to come up with a way to kill himself even in jail if he wanted to, he can actually be seen a a very high if not even likely suicide risk.

Always a [Slight] Possibility Epstein Was Murdered

By the way, I don’t deny there was some possibility that Epstein was murdered, it is just the least likely scenario.

And if he was, I suspect that it would more likely be the sort of banal thing that history shows is more likely at work, like a brutal guard doing what he thought was a favor to society, than some grand high-level conspiracy.

I suspect that eventually, once the conspiracy theorists have patted themselves on the back for their presumed brilliance and moved on to some new theory, the federal investigation into what happened will show garden-variety neglect and dereliction, particularly as a result of the political system failing to provide adequate resources of manpower and equipment (like working, properly maintained cameras – probably serviced by contractors who got stiffed during the government shutdown) to do the job that we would expect would be done of properly overseeing prisoners.

The Rise of Fatal Rumors

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Also, I think it’s time to start considering that conspiracy theories are no longer just a seemingly harmless speculative pastime, when we now know that state actors and their proxies are exploiting social media phenomenon, including conspiracy theorizing, in calculated efforts to influence and undermine free and democratic societies; authoritarian regimes are also using similar strategies in places like Kashmir and Syria. In India, baseless rumors that are rooted in conspiracy theories, such as that Muslims are secretly slaughtering sacred cows, or, somewhat familiarly, that child abduction rings are at work, are spread on social media and are actually resulting in innocent people being harmed and killed:

Social media rumors in India: counting the dead

What’s happening in this country and abroad:

How Russian trolls exploited Parkland mass shooting on social media
“Russian-linked social media accounts exploited the tragedy at a Parkland, Fla., high school to sow discord and deepen divisions in America. Russian bots and trolls pushed conspiracy theories about survivors…”

Cranks, Trolls, and Useful Idiots
“Russia’s information warriors set their sights on Central Europe.”

How Trolls and Conspiracy Theorists Spun the Syrian War
“Digital defenders helped the Assad government cover up its crimes.”

I also ran across this interesting article:

Even Conspiracy Theories Have Gotten Dumber, a New Book Shows
“The New Conspiracism Is Conspiracy Theory Without Theory”

I think that is reflective of what we sort of see from the drive-by trolls who in 2 or 3 sentences make hasty general accusations against anyone dismissive of conspiracy theories, and yet don’t even engage on a single point of actual critique, or defense of the conspiracy theory itself.

And Frank, I think you should start to ban that sort of fact and logic free and thus off-topic activity from anonymous accounts, some of which may actually be being done as disinformation for pay, and thus is in some ways similar to commercial spam, and a bit of which could even be coming from artificial intelligence bots.

Failure in the US Prison System More Likely Than Epstein’s Murder

If you’ve been following developments in the Epstein story, the “fails” turn out to be the result of a prison system that has been understaffed and under-funded for years, and where sub-standard conditions and shortcomings in procedures are unfortunately the new normal, with overworked staff reaching cult-like levels of sleep deprivation (or catching up on their sleep during force-assigned extra shifts when they aren’t even given enough time to go home and get proper rest).

One or more cameras had been broken for a while – perhaps, for instance, because outside contractors who serviced them had been stiffed during the government shutdown – and apparently those sort of failures are now common and go unfixed.

Here’s an article from Fox News, for instance:

Jail where Jeffrey Epstein died has egregious history of security breaches

More background about the underlying causes – which the Fox News piece somehow manages not to address:

After Epstein’s death, long-standing complaints about prison staffing draw new attention

US Prisons are Like Third World Prisons – or Worse

A pre-Epstein article about what really ought to concern us – that our prisons are being turned into gulags like the ones in places such as Russia, Syria and Iran, where besides inhumane treatment of people who may not even have been tried yet and could be innocent, deaths start to become so common that it would:

Prisoners Endure A Nightmare ‘Gulag’ In Lower Manhattan, Hidden In Plain Sight

That said, there’s some possibility that someone exploited the systemic problems to kill Epstein. But he had lots of reasons to kill himself, and the system is no longer functioning the way we expect it would to make such occurrences unlikely; one of the known problems of the last several years is that suicides rates are rising as conditions and controls deteriorate.

A Lesson in Logic

Finally, Actaeon recently wrote a post, No Evidence Jeffrey Epstein Was Murdered or Is Alive.

In response to this post by Actaeon- which argues that Epstein most likely committed suicide, a commenter, using the moniker, Jarhead, had this to say about Actaeon:

“So let us take a guess of who Actaeon may be. Actaeon is white, in his 40’s, college educated. Maybe a law degree. He’s also fat, unattractive to females, and a bit of a social isolate. He’s unattractive to females not because of his girth, but more so because of his arrogance. Actaeon likely is frequently unemployed because he’s intellectually superior to his boss, which leads him to being fired. He is morally superior to everyone, especially Christians, which may suggest that he may have been molested by a priest as a child. He never served in the military, but if he did, he would have been in special operations. He spends a lot of time reading Frank Report and writing the usual opinions of his moral superiority, which suggests that he has no other pro-social outlet.

“So how close did I get, Actaeon? Maybe if you get a life you may feel better about yourself. Join one of those horrible Christian groups on a missionary trip to the Bahamas and help with disaster relief. You may even lose some weight along the way.”

Jarhead, your logical fallacy is ad hominem.

Ad hominem is when, “You attack your opponent’s character or personal traits in an attempt to undermine their argument.”

“Ad hominem (Latin for “to the person”), short for argumentum ad hominem, typically refers to a fallacious argumentative strategy whereby genuine discussion of the topic at hand is avoided by instead attacking the character, motive, or other attribute of the person making the argument, or persons associated with the argument, rather than attacking the substance of the argument itself….  Fallacious ad hominem reasoning is categorized among informal fallacies, more precisely as a genetic fallacy, a subcategory of fallacies of irrelevance.”

Besides being a typical aspect of culty thinking, it’s characteristic of cults themselves and their cultist members. Note how anyone who criticized NXIVM or Keith Raniere, or even anyone close to Raniere who left him, were bitterly criticized or even attacked.

Trolls Are Present

I suspect that some of the commenters on this website are trolling to get a response – though some of it seems just sort of drive by catcall, or the equivalent of muttering a slur at someone passing by on the street, whatever perverse gratification that gives some people.

Plus then of course there’s the question of paid social media disinformation and disruption agents who, if not here, are actually out in other venues exploiting flaws in the structure of free societies including conspiracy theorizing.

I respond occasionally when it amuses me to do so, or I think it’s an opportunity to call out their tactics. While I know the generally accepted advice is not to feed trolls, my experience is that some of them seem to be discouraged by just having their fundamental boorishness pointed out.

Come to think of it, I think I’m going to start making the point that we need to consider looking at conspiracy theories differently, now that we know that some of them are being stoked as tools of real-world conspiring, attempts by state-level actors to undermine our free and democratic societies.

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The Internet Research Agency is a Russian company, founded in 2013, based in Saint Petersburg, engaged in online influence operations on behalf of Russian business and political interests. You have to wonder if some people who comment on Frank Report are paid by the post, by the Internet Research Agency (the “Trolls from Olgino” employed by the Kremlin).

Or the sisters, Clare and Sara Bronfmans.

Or maybe various cult members lurk here, liking to look down on others as deluded fools, while believing that Ramtha or the reptilian aliens are the real deal.

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  • Hi,
    The millions of dollars that Epstein gave for medical research is mind boggling!
    Now, If I was him I would look for a doppelganger look-a-like and get some cosmetic surgery done on him. If he wasn’t a Jew, he would also need to be circumcised!
    Now being a Mossad agent, Jeffery would know that he was about to be arrested, sooooooooooooooooo the switch was made! Epstein NEVER came to America and his doppelganger was arrested. He had a script and he “read his lines”, but he didn’t know Epstein was going to be “hit”!

  • Nice compilation. I thought this latest Epstein investigation was kept well under wraps — enough so that his arrest and imprisonment may have come as shock to anyone with murderous motives.

    Who’da thunk some uppity, little hick ho’s mattered enough to get the mighty Epstein re-indicted after already serving his sentence? (Sarcasm.)

  • The convoluted and self-contradictory narratives of conspiracy theories fail the Occam’s Razor test. If some powerful cabal capable of pulling the strings of government wanted Epstein dead, there a much cleaner ways of doing it. The imagined ‘diabolical plot’ that I see discussed is the most bizarre, clumsy, extravagant mess imaginable. These Rosicrucians or whoever they’re supposed to be outdo the Three Stooges.

    As for security lapses and nonfunctional cameras, most of the places I’ve worked in my long career have had serious maintenance issues, and very little gets done strictly by the book. I know from experience that security cameras are rarely much use, the images they give are usually blurred, indistinct images of the tops of people’s heads. The wide angle lenses that are used to give maximum coverage result in tiny images of suspects who could be anybody. It’s hardly unusual for them to be out of order or for the recording apparatus to not be storing images (they’re not examined until needed). In fact, security cameras are often there for effect– to act as a deterrent– more than for any actual usefulness as a forensic tool.

    When there’s a big incident, and accident or (in this case) an infamous death, the media and the public go nuts, suddenly being amazed that there are lapses in procedure at the institution in question. How could this be! How could this have been allowed to happen! Well, because the prison, like lots of places, was chronically understaffed. Like most places, maintenance wasn’t 100 percent.

    The “string of unlikely coincidences” theorizing is a logical error. For example, if I get into a fender bender driving to pick up my Chinese food order, just think of all the “unlikely coincidences” involved. How come I’m going out for Chinese on that particular evening? Why not delivery? Can’t be pure chance! And the timing has to be just right. I had to leave the house on the precise minute, timed perfectly so as to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. The guy who hit me had to do the same… you’re not gonna tell me that was purely coincidental! Dark forces were at work!

    Dark forces are almost never at work. That’s why conspiracy theories need to be looked at with deep skepticism.

  • Off topic Re Ghislaine Maxwell:

    If Ghislaine Maxwell is indicted she will kill herself. Considering her father and life partner both committed suicide rather than face prosecution my guess is that she will do the same.

    She would be going from being a international jet setting heiress socialite……to being a 60+ year old in a drab prison uniform.

    I think that type of reality will just be too much for her to bear.

    Anyone have any thoughts on the matter?

    • Niceguy, sorry to be slow to get back to you.

      Yes, she seems like another candidate. I think sometimes psychologists – and perhaps all of us – look at such cases too clinically, and fail to assess them situationally, considering whether someone may have reasons to feel that death is their best option and even are so determined that they would want to make sure that their plans weren’t detected or foiled (a psychopath like Epstein, in particular, would be very good at that, including fooling psychological evaluators). After all, people who chose to end their lives through assisted suicide or euthanasia, have to prove that they’re not just unstable but are making a purely calculated decision.

      Maxwell also has a family history of suicide, that of a father who she apparently idolized if not even emulated, and that is actually one of the strongest predictors of suicide risk (I just checked and verified). Her sordid involvement has apparently already resulted in her being cut off from most of her former social circle, and were she indicted she would, like Epstein, be facing a legal process that would bring further shame and ridicule, and a sentence that might effectively mean dying in prison.

    • They’re lengthy because they use the old rhetorical trick of trying to substitute a mass of innuendo and implication for solid evidence – as the old saying goes, if you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit. They’re just more evidence of the shoddiness of conspiracy theorizing – which obviously beguiles and fools some, just as do cults and gurus which, of course, typically have their own baseless conspiracy theories that followers breathlessly buy in to and then tout.

      If they were “documenting” anything, the piece would be full of references to actual documents or other evidence, including footnotes. There are no factual “details” from which we could draw any conclusions, other than our own speculation layered on top of the author’s.

      One of the first quick and easy fact check opportunities that show up is the claim that “Clinton’s half-brother Roger was busted for cocaine smuggling.” Roger Clinton’s conviction was actually for “social” cocaine distribution and possession, after haplessly selling a tiny amount to an undercover officer, apparently as part of the furnishing of recreational cocaine within social circles of the young wealthy, that was common at that time – I can remember going into the bathroom of a bar that catered to that crowd, and finding the floor littered with the “bindles” used for small amounts of cocaine that were snorted.

      Wealthy Indicted in Alleged ‘Social’ Drug Distributing

      The younger Clinton, who was apparently only included in such circles because he was the then-Governor’s brother, became known as “headache” to the Secret Service, and continued his hapless career of trying to trade in on his family relationship:

      “A close look at Mr. Clinton’s effort to help Rosario Gambino secure early release from prison, based on interviews and documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, portray him in a different light: a tireless, if inept, advocate whose persistent pleas annoyed and worried parole commission officials.”


      • Actually Spanky, the reason it was lengthy was because it is well researched and thorough and of course contradicts your bullshit. Leave it to you to quote the New York Slimes, the official paper of left wing liars.

        • It mostly cites a couple of conspiracy mongering books, a few reports, and some media articles.

          The author cites no primary sources, and has apparently not themselves corresponded or talked with anyone involved or with direct knowledge of anything. That’s not “research.”

          It’s just a tired rhetorical trick of pulling together material that is already out there and spinning it in a particular way. And it’s how, for instance, there typically end up being conspiracy theories that seem equally well (or shoddily) constructed, and yet which vary enough to be completely contradictory and mutually exclusive – Epstein having been murdered, versus Epstein’s death having been faked, for instance – meaning that at least half of them half to be baseless and false, and those who promote and believe in them completely mistaken.

          • Actually it is extremely well researched and goes into extensive historical events. The problem you have with it, is that it does not fit your agenda. The truth scares you, as it would most people with the skeletons in your closet. Those that scream the loudest have the most to hide. Basically you are on here babbling all the time, never shutting up, but always trying to obfuscate.

  • Conspiracy Theories: Jeffrey Epstein’s Uniquely American Death in Jail
    There does not have to be a conspiracy for people to be permitted space to grapple with this outcome in the context of a system that constantly grants rich and powerful people total impunity for their crimes.


    None of the above proves a conspiracy. However, it should give space to citizens to express their reservations about what happened until authorities involved in an investigation can transparently account for Epstein’s death.

    What has happened instead is U.S. media organizations have encouraged panic or resentment toward anyone suggesting Epstein was killed as part of some type of conspiracy. They even have used innuendo to fuel paranoia that Russian intelligence agents may be behind bots spreading conspiracy theories about Epstein to sow discord.

    Joe Uchill, an Axios contributor, tweeted, “A Russian bot I keep tabs on is going in heavy on Epstein conspiracy theories.”

    Democratic Senator Cory Booker, a 2020 presidential candidate, suggested the spread of conspiracy theories about Epstein involved the “same tactics and languages of the Russians if you look at the intelligence reports about how they’re coming at our democracy.”

    NBC News added, “The Kremlin-funded media outlet RT was leading its English language website with stories about conspiracy theories related to Epstein’s death.” This was true, however, every single U.S. media organization had coverage of alleged conspiracy theories on their front page over the weekend. Were they advancing Russian state propaganda?

  • Interesting…. another defensive rambling from the Brooklyn Zionist

    The origins of the Mega Group Mafia
    The Mega Group — a secretive group of billionaires to which Lauder belongs — was formed in 1991 by Charles Bronfman and Leslie Wexner, the latter of whom has received considerable media scrutiny following the July arrest of his former protege Jeffrey Epstein. Media profiles of the group paint it as “a loosely organized club of 20 of the nation’s wealthiest and most influential Jewish businessmen” focused on “philanthropy and Jewishness,” with membership dues upwards of $30,000 per year. Yet several of its most prominent members have ties to organized crime.

    Mega Group members founded and/or are closely associated with some of the most well-known pro-Israel organizations. For instance, members Charles Bronfman and Michael Steinhardt formed Birthright Taglit with the backing of then- and current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Steinhardt, an atheist, has stated that his motivation in helping to found the group was to advance his own belief that devotion to and faith in the state of Israel should serve as “a substitute for [Jewish] theology.”

    Other well-known groups associated with the Mega Group include the World Jewish Congress — whose past president, Edgar Bronfman, and current president, Ronald Lauder, are both Mega Group members — and B’nai B’rith, particularly its spin-off known as the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). The Bronfman brothers were major donors to the ADL, with Edgar Bronfman serving as the ADL’s honorary national vice-chair for several years.

    Shimon Peres Edgar Bronfman Mega Group

    Mega Group, Maxwells and Mossad: The Spy Story at the Heart of the Jeffrey Epstein Scandal

  • Of course this article is theoretical, albeit couched in reasonability. Very fortunately, most people are able to think, privately and independently, at least to some extent, and will be able to take whatever is written or commented upon and to evaluate the ideas, also independently.

    The point is to learn to trust and to respect oneself and one’s own abilities to analyze and to pay attention to any occurrence or subject. If you work with your mind persistently, you “build” your own bank of independent thought, and you will come to have increasing faith in yourself. Many have worked on developing this kind of thoughtful concentration almost all of our lives, learning, studying, experiencing, communicating, LIVING.

    That is how to build your own foundation, using your inborn equipment of thought and analysis, evaluating experience as well as evaluating ideas. Allow no one to to put a cap upon your own explorations. Listen and keep going. Even keeping an open mind does not need to be a chaotic free-for-all of accepting every big or little piece of input as having validity, as being worthwhile to pursue.

    Some of what is encountered as being ” truthful” will be very mistaken, misinterpreted or even dishonest, sometimes deliberately so. Take your time, think things over and discard what feels to you to be reasonable or wise to discard. Get to know yourself, as the more that you work on it, the more “brain cells ” will start exercising and will come to life. You gather a body of ongoing evaluative experience and it does get easier to move through any thought processes, the more determined you are to work it. Thinking is a lot like ballet; whatever you are learning, working to move, improves as you practice.

    No one can do your thinking for you as deeply, as thoroughly as you can do it for yourself. There is no reason to feel limited or to be embarrassed, if you’re expressing something with which others disagree. If you are centered inside your own individuality, steadfast and respectful of your own thought processes, not much can rattle that, exteriorly. As you learn more about how to think and how to apply your own concentration, no one will be able to tell you WHAT to think. In fact, a very good professor will indicate to students how to persist in using their own intelligence, but a good professor would not tell someone WHAT to think.

    Part of what I pick up here is that one is subtly being told that the writer of this article has decided to appear as someone who possesses authoritative “wisdom” which others might have not yet acquired. There is something kind of lifeless to me about this stance and its bland decisiveness. This is my feeling and I will allow it, not ignore or dismiss it. And it isn’t a big deal or personal to me at all. It is simply part of my thought and intuitions, based upon my own “body of experience.” Not that the contents of this piece are right or wrong or even necessarily significant, I am willing to respect the thoughts being expressed. Simultaneously, however, while respecting someone’s ideas, I remain myself. I am my own witness.

      • Scott,

        What would you do with those 3 extra minutes of life?

        Would cry for 3 minutes on how Amway shafted you?

        Scott you need to move on with your life. Everyone on this website has been shafted once in their life at least.

        You “sound” like Shadowstate except your not delusional.

        The fact that Shadowstate routinely makes fun of you for your own Amway obsession should be enough to snap you out of it.

        Do you really want to be a broken record for the rest of your life?

        • I don’t cry, I educate othes on Amway and other MLM scams. I have moved on with my life as an MLM scam educator. Neither you nor Mr. Shadow has any impact on what I do. I am happy to break the record for educating others about MLM scams for the rest of my life.

  • Ouch! Actually, it was an ad hominem attack! I didn’t disagree with many of his assertions regarding Epstein’s death, but I did attack his character. Why? Because I think he is a douchebag!

    But since you brought up logic, let me ask this question. When Actaeon makes the statement “they believe in chemtrails and don’t accept evolution. They are people that join cults”, isn’t that illogical in that he implies that religious people can’t comprehend jet thrust? Do all people who don’t accept evolution join cults? Is it be possible that a person can believe in evolution but still believe in chemtrails? Why did you not rebuke Actaeon for this logical flaw?

    My reason for thinking Actaeon is a douchebag is that instead of arguing the merits of evidence with regard to his subject matter, he nearly always makes a generalized statement(s) implying that people of faith are unintelligent as quoted above. But how does he explain the myriad of scientists and thought leaders over the centuries that were people of faith that have made huge impacts on technology and science? Is Actaeon more intelligent than Einstein, Newton, Galileo, or Eccles? According to some of his illogical inferences, he evidently may think that.

    So there you have it. That is the reason for my ad hominem attack on your buddy.

    • Jarhead,

      Acteon is a doućhe bag because he believes it’s Puritanical to prevent or outlaw 14 and 15 year old girls from having sex with grown older men.


      You should realize that according to Socratic thought when a society decides to outlaw something individuals, that decide to live within that society, should respect the society’s decisions regarding thr laws the society creates or enforces.

      Acton must be big in the Greek mythology and knows very little of Greek philosophy.,

    • Evolution is gobbledygook nonsense. It’s effectively a philosophical interpretation rooted on the “god” of time and chance except its not because it sits on top of and presupposes teleology despite its constant backhanded denial of it.

      • Classic culty thinking – textbook example even:

        your logical fallacy is
        personal incredulity
        “Because you found something difficult to understand, or are unaware of how it works, you made out like it’s probably not true.
        Complex subjects like biological evolution through natural selection require some amount of understanding before one is able to make an informed judgement about the subject at hand [and the evidence and observation supporting it]; this fallacy is usually used in place of that understanding.

        Example: Kirk drew a picture of a fish and a human and with effusive disdain asked Richard if he really thought we were stupid enough to believe that a fish somehow turned into a human through just, like, random things happening over time.”


        If you wanted to, say, at least make an intelligent argument for theistic evolution, acknowledging the obvious science of evolution while positing a guiding hand rather than randomity – you missed your chance.

        • It’s important to note that the Darwinian theory of evolution, is only one among many theories which offer differing interpretations of the teleological outcomes of the evolutionary process. Kropotkin’s Mutual Aid, is my personal favourite, and Elaine Morgan’s aquatic theory another very interesting take.. As a Spinozist deist, I find no contradiction or difficulty accepting the existence of God AND evolution. Thank you.

    • Jarhead, I have to acknowledge that you have a point that Acteon may have bordered on a sort of ad hominem, particularly in some of their earlier comments with references to religious beliefs.

      I just wish you had made this sort of response initially.

      And I do appreciate your taking time to clearly explain yourself and your point of view.

  • The key point with Epstein was to have him at “room temperature” before he could identify who his business partners and customers were.
    In that sense the “Mission Has Been Accomplished.”

    Inn the past I have written about Americans’ mistrust of their government using the JFK assassination as a prime reason for that mistrust.
    But there are many other examples of government duplicity that have led many Americans to instinctively mistrust their government.
    The Gulf of Tonkin Incident in 1964 was used to justify massive American intervention in the Vietnam War.
    North Vietnam was accused of attacking US naval vessels.
    Later it turned out that there was no North Vietnamese attack.
    It was all a hoax.
    But over 500,000 American troops ended up in Vietnam by 1968 and 58,000 young Americans never returned home.
    Their names are etched in a Memorial on the National Mall in Washington DC.

    Gulf of Tonkin incident
    “The Pentagon Papers, the memoirs of Robert McNamara, and NSA publications from 2005, proved material misrepresentation by the US government to justify a war against Vietnam.”

  • Re Epstein Murder or Suicide:

    When the media outlets first reported Epstein’s death I had a knee jerk reaction and immediately thought he may have been murdered.

    Epstein was arrested coming back into the United States. The dark state or illuminati or the corporation never would have warned Epstein ahead of time and/or murdered Epstein while was still aboard.

    When Frank Parlato first wrote his opinion regarding Epstein suicide/murder…..

    I completely agreed with Frank. After looking at all the information I decided Epstein most likely killed himself.

    AnoyMaker’s point Epstein would have been murdered before being arrested is exactly right…..

    …..And guess what it’s that simple.

    Killing Epstein in prison adds to many levels of complexity.

    Who becomes a prison guard? Would Krclaviger or Frank or Diane or anyone with 1/2 a brain become a corrections officer?

    I know people that are state correctional officers. I went to high school with them and even college.

    Like I stated before most of the commentators on this website are probably more functional.

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