What Tucker Carlson discovered about Jeffrey Epstein’s death may be the reason he’s off Fox News
The idea that Jeffrey Epstein died by committing suicide in a Manhattan jail cell does not pass the smell test….
The idea that Jeffrey Epstein died by committing suicide in a Manhattan jail cell does not pass the smell test.
But now there is a break in the case.
And what Tucker Carlson discovered about Jeffrey Epstein’s death may be the reason he’s off Fox News.
Tucker Carlson revealed another one of the strange coincidences about the night pedophile Jeffrey Epstein died.
Neither the New York City Police Department nor the FBI have any copies of the 911 calls made from the jail after Epstein died.
“So it looks like the NYPD deleted the recordings of 911 calls from the jail. So we thought, well, how about the FBI? We called over to the FBI to say, ‘Do you have any 911 recordings from the jail, from the federal lockup?’ and we got no response,” Carlson told viewers.
The lack of a record of the 911 calls made the night Epstein died was not the only piece of evidence that disappeared.
After Epstein died, US Attorneys Jason Swergold and Maurene Comey admitted that the security cameras that should have been recording Epstein’s cell recorded footage of the wrong cell block on that night.
Their letter revealed “the footage contained on the preserved video was for the correct date and time, but captured a different tier than the one where Cell-1 was located.”
The backup system also magically experienced technical glitches and erased the footage from Epstein’s cell block the night he died.
“The requested video no longer exists on the backup system and has not since at least August 2019 as a result of technical errors,” the letter continued.
There is no video of what took place in Epstein’s cell block nor a record of what the prison officials who found Epstein’s body told police.
But that isn’t even the most suspicious disappearance in this case.
During the trial of Epstein Madame Ghislaine Maxwell Special Agent Kelly Maguire testified that the FBI sawed open a safe in Epstein’s home and found a stash of CDs, computer hard drives, and other items.
Maguire testified that the agents lacked a warrant to remove the evidence so they had to come back the next day.
When the agents returned the safe was empty and the evidence vanished.
Epstein’s lawyer Richard Kahn later returned with a suitcase full of items that matched the physical description of the evidence found in Epstein’s safe but Maguire said the bureau had no way to verify if the contents of the hard drives and CDs matched what the agents originally found.
There are too many missing pieces of evidence, gaps in security, and suspicious circumstances for this all to be a coincidence.
But will Americans ever learn the truth about Jeffrey Epstein’s death and who was on his client list?