New information on the case involving alleged pedophile Jeffrey Epstein will not sit well with many Americans.
According to the Washington Post, video footage from at least two security cameras in the hallway outside of Epstein’s prison cell has been deemed “unusable.”
The Post reports also that another camera near Epstein’s cell caught a much clearer video — but it has also been deemed “unusable” because of a “computer glitch.”
How bizarre — and perhaps unbelievable — is it that a high security prison that houses the most dangerous criminals in the world doesn’t have functioning cameras?
Here’s more on the Epstein case:
“Women who say they were sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein will get a chance to discuss their accusations in a courtroom on Tuesday, less than three weeks after the financier killed himself while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan are expected to ask U.S. District Judge Richard Berman to dismiss their case against Epstein in light of his death. Multiple alleged victims are also expected at the hearing, according to their lawyer, Gloria Allred.
Though the request to dismiss the case is routine, Berman scheduled a hearing on the matter, saying in a written order last week that “the public may still have an informational interest in the process by which the prosecutor seeks dismissal of an indictment.”
The judge said that the women who have accused Epstein of sexually abusing them and their lawyers would have an opportunity to address the court. Allred said she expected some of her clients to make statements.
There are still far more questions than answers regarding the Epstein case and his mysterious death earlier this month.
Epstein is being called an “evil genius” for what he did just days before his alleged suicide in a New York City prison cell.
Two days before his death on Aug. 10, Epstein signed a will that was filed in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
In doing so, this will make it even harder for those suing him for alleged sexual abuse to ever get a penny of Epstein’s hundreds of millions of dollars.
Epstein was arrested and charged last month for allegedly running a sex traffic ring with underage girls.
While the Department of Justice are still looking into the alleged suicide, investigators will likely turn their attention to those who were closely connected to Epstein.
The Clinton family could find themselves in hot water given their disturbing connection to Epstein, which dates all the way back to when President Clinton was in office in the mid-1990s.
In his statement, President Clinton claimed that he only began socializing with Epstein in 2002 and took just four flights aboard his “Lolita Express” private plane.
Both of those claims, according to records, are false.
Flight records indicate that Clinton was onboard the “Lolita Express” 26 times – five of those without his secret service detail.
In fact, the Clinton family is so close to Epstein that one photo from Chelsea Clinton’s 2010 wedding likely has the former first daughter furious.
This is all be very bad news for the Clintons.