The odds of Jeffrey Epstein killing himself in August 2019 are about as equal to the odds of Joe Biden being elected to live in the White House in November 2020.
The guards assigned to watch Epstein in his cell at Manhatten Correctional Center, for some reason, did not perform their routine 30-minute checks of the most famous prisoner on earth at the time. They blamed it on allegedly sleeping on the job.
Later we found out that records were falsified and it just so happened the cameras on Epstein’s cell also malfunctioned on that particular night of all nights.
When paramedics were finally called, news reports agreed they “frantically tried to revive Epstein, 66, after he was found hanged in his own cell.”
Jeffrey Epstein’s brother, Mark, hired famed pathologist Michael Baden to observe the autopsy. He insisted that “the evidence points toward homicide.”
By February 2022, other improbable deaths, all related to either Epstein or former President Bill Clinton or both, started occurring.
🔹Millionaire model agency boss Jean-Luc Brunel, who knew the names of all the VIP elites who were part of Jeffrey Epstein’s pedophile ring, was found dead in prison. Brunel supplied children as young as eight to Epstein who then trafficked them to elite pedophiles to rape. According to a former bookkeeper, several girls presented to Epstein worked for MC2, the modelling agency owned by Jean Luc Brunel. He was arrested and charged with raping multiple children in December 2020.
Just like Epstein, his death was alleged hanging…and the video cameras were not running on his cell in La Sante, just south of France. Again just like Epstein, it was in the early hours of a Saturday morning.
🔹In August 2022, New York-based businessman Steven Hoffenberg, who described himself as Jeffrey Epstein’s “best friend” and “wingman”, was found dead at his Connecticut apartment.
Police in Derby said officers responded to the 77-year-old’s apartment at 8 p.m. for a requested welfare check. Officers found the body “in a state where a visual identification could not be made.”
Hoffenberg was the founder of New York debt collection agency Towers Financial Corporation which he set up with Jeffrey Epstein. By 1993 it was revealed they were running one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in U.S. history, bilking investors out of nearly half a billion dollars. “He was my best friend for years. My closest friend for years … He was my guy, my wingman,” Hoffenberg told CBS News in an interview in 2019.
🔹In May, 7, 2022, Mark Middleton, Bill Clinton’s special advisor from Little Rock, Arkansas was also found hanging from a tree with a shotgun blast through his chest and a cheap extension cord around his neck. He was just 59.
Middleton was the advisor responsible for inviting Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell to the White House at least 17 times. Middleton also flew on Epstein’s notorious private jet, dubbed the “Lolita Express”, and is widely credited with introducing the former president to the convicted pedophile.
“Everyone that I know here, that has worked with Mark, knows it is physically impossible for Mark to have killed himself,” Middleton’s business associate said.
Is it a coincidence that a cheap extension cord had been used on another Clinton associate just a few months before?
🔹Ashley Haynes, 47, was found drowned in the Arkansas River with an extension cord knotted to her ankle and attached to a 58 lb. concrete block. She had been seen just months before visiting Clinton adviser Mark Middleton (mentioned above).
Haynes, a mother of two from the Little Rock suburb of Maumelle, vanished on Jan. 12 after leaving a note on her kitchen island counter stating “on the water, love you all.” She was last seen by a local resident paddle boarding in a wetsuit, according to a police report.
“Mrs. Haynes had a bag strapped to her leg with a green extension cord,” states the police report. “Inside the bag was a large concrete block that measured 16x16x4.”
“It didn’t make any sense, she would never kill herself,” the Haynes source said. “When I heard she went missing I knew instantly it was foul play. I don’t believe she killed herself. How could she water paddle down the river with a concrete block!”
🔹On June 22, 2022 Clinton mega-donor and close associate, 55 year old Steve Bing was found dead after plunging from the 27th floor of his luxury apartment building in Los Angeles’ Century City at around 1 p.m.
To be fair, I don’t think there was a proveable connection of his death to Epstein or Clinton because he had been depressed for awhile—at least since the death of his girlfriend, Alexanne Mitchum, the great granddaughter of actor Robert Mitchum.
She took Xanax and slipped into unconsciousness. She died accidentally on July 3, 2020 from acute Fentanyl and Alprazolam toxicity, according to the L.A. County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s office.
At the age of 18, Bing inherited an estimated $600 million from his grandfather, Leo S. Bing, a real estate developer, which led him to drop out of Stanford University and use the money to invest in Hollywood.
In 2009, Bing paid for the flight that carried Clinton and American journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee home from North Korea.
Clinton and Bing were part of a hard-partying group that included Ron Burkle and Jeffrey Epstein, according to LA Mag.
Bing has a son with actress Elizabeth Hurley. Legendary Rock-n-Roller Jerry Lee Lewis considered Bing his adopted son.
Keen observers of these deaths point to one single court case regarding Epstein that was settled in May 2017. It was on the eve of the trial set up by Virginia Giuffre, a woman who claimed to have been Jeffrey Epstein’s teenage “sex slave.” She sued Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s former girlfriend and ringleader, for defamation.
The key to this was that other court documents had been published indicating Giuffre made allegations of sexual abuse against “numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well‐known Prime Minister, and other world leaders.”
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