Today, Jeffrey Epstein, apparently the pimp to the most rich and most famous, was found dead in his cell. He was in a high security prison and was supposedly on suicide watch.
The initial reaction to the Epstein death was shock – “how did it happen”. The sketchy news reports were hanging which just happens to be the same way as his prior suicide attempt a few weeks ago. The emergency call was for cardiac arrest but it was too late – or was it?
With Epstein’s death, the criminal case with all of the discovery goes away. What is left is civil suits by women who claim to have been treated as sex slaves for use by the elites on “Orgy Island” and elsewhere. Civil cases usually settle, and what is a few hundred million bucks to buy the silence of these women.
What is interesting is that nobody seemed really surprised by the death. If you look at the comments after his first suicide attempt, people were betting that Epstein would not make it to trial. Most often heard was reference to “Arkancide” which is defined as the Clinton’s seemingly strange ability to conjure up convenient deaths.
The near future is predictable. There will be an investigation of the death. Some people will get fired or retire in disgrace (really?). Authors will rush to take advantage of the scandal but there will be very few actual facts in their books. Of course, the most rich and most famous will breathe a collective sigh of relief as things quiet down.
So, Mr. Epstein, you made your money in a tawdry way and now you have paid the price. You were the man who knew too much.