The Epstein Conspiracy, Theory or Not

Epstein. Now dead. Could it possibly be anything but conspiracy? Convicted pedophile. Known abuser. Sex trafficker. Sleaze bag. You pick the disgusting title of your choosing, and it probably fits. Jeffrey Epstein was a major moral mess in a morass of political connections and high society. His real claim to fame is from his place as the most important prisoner since at least El Chapo — who escaped.

No person needs a credible conspiracy theory to determine that a conspiracy of evil certainly exists.

Death might be an appropriate end, but it is not satisfying or proper. It is hard to imagine people grieving his shortcut to hell, but along with his wretched life went a list of names and faces that should be placed along side him in the low-life hall of fame. He deserves the company of those who shared his life and slaves, perversions, and lurid pleasure derived from victims of human power.

This case involves the biggest names in the world. Former President Bill Clinton, British royalty, Kevin Spacey, possibly the sitting President Donald Trump. Congress members past and present. A truly bi-partisan list. And Epstein was ignored all night.

What may we conclude? At the very least, abject incompetence at every stage of our “justice system.” Even if he simply killed himself, there is no possible way to justify the negligence and nonchalance of the corrupt system that had responsibility to preserve him and care for him until trial. No rational person should idly accept that determination. Only the vigorously naive will start there.

Again, no person needs a credible conspiracy theory to determine that a conspiracy of evil certainly exists.

He was left alone, utterly ignored by guards, staffed by “unknown personnel,” without cameras to monitor or even record the activities in his cell. ABC and NBC report “shouting and screams were heard coming from his cell.” A hurried autopsy was to be completed Sunday afternoon, but as of early Tuesday evening, that autopsy is still “awaiting further information.” No report of what information they are awaiting, or who is creating it.

He attempted suicide already. Is that true?

Reread your papers, or your online sources. “Epstein was placed on suicide watch after he was found with marks on his neck.” Two weeks later, he was not on suicide watch, was housed alone, was ignored, and found dead in the morning.

No person needs a credible conspiracy theory to determine that a conspiracy of evil certainly exists.

No rational individual can dismiss this without at least some thought of very, very deep corruption. No moral agent can reach an innocent conclusion without entertaining some thought of Epstein being “suicided.” Nobody can trust the deepest of the Deep State that almost certainly — in one way or several — stinks at every turn of Epstein’s corpse.

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