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- Sep 19, 2018
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The only thing that's tripping me up as far as this goes, is I don't think killing Epstein actually stopped anything.But it's so damn convenient, isn't it? We know that rich people in high places were in danger of being revealed. They protected him once -- in a jaw-dropping miscarriage of justice -- but this time the case was so prominent, the glare of publicity so bright, that there wasn't going to be a fix. So the only possible way to derail the worst potential circumstances was to remove Epstein from the equation.
Oh well yeah, it stopped the trial against Epstein; but he wasn't going to snitch anyway - he pleaded not guilty and was NOT talking to the authorities at all about any kind of deal. It's not like he could be forced to say anything in court, either.
In fact, killing him might've made things worse for his co-conspirators. Remember, the cops raided all kinds of evidence from Epstein's house. Epstein's defense team would've been able to challenge that evidence and possibly be able to keep some of it from being used against Epstein during the investigation against him, and during his own trial. Guess who now stands in the way of any of that evidence now being used as the basis for further warrants or indictments? Absolutely nobody.