VIDEO: Former Acting AG Whitaker raises red flags about Jeffrey Epstein death
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Former Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker said Monday that “something doesn’t add up” when it comes to the apparent suicide of Jeffrey Epstein inside a New York City federal prison. He called for “full transparency” on the events that led up to his death.
Speaking on “Fox & Friends,” Whitaker stressed that notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman was held at the same facility, but Epstein was reportedly not monitored closely enough to prevent his suicide.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I was surprised to see they could hold [El Chapo] safely without incident and then have one alleged failed attempt at suicide [by Epstein] and now a successful attempt. … The questions surrounding this, something doesn’t add up and we need full transparency and we need the answers on this,” he said, questioning how Epstein could have been left alone after a previous incident just weeks ago where he reportedly attempted suicide.
WATCH his full remarks in the video below:
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