(RepublicanPress.org) – Controversy surrounds convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s death in a federal detention center in Manhattan nearly two years ago. A New York medical examiner ruled the death a suicide less than a week after jailers found him unconscious on the floor of his jail cell with neck injuries on August 10, 2019. However, a forensic pathologist hired by Epstein’s brother disputed that finding a couple of months later, claiming the evidence suggested someone may have strangled him.
A newly released book offers a new perspective on the case.
On Tuesday, July 20, a new book detailing Epstein’s life titled “Perversion of Justice” hit the bookstores. Written by Miami Herald investigative reporter Julie K. Brown, the book sheds some light on the mysterious circumstances surrounding Epstein’s death.
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For instance, the book discussed the decision by Metropolitan Correctional Center officials to place 66-year-old Epstein in a cell with Nicholas Tartaglione, a former cop facing the death penalty for allegedly killing four individuals.
Brown wrote in her book that Tartaglione “had an illegal cell phone” with him in the cell, but government officials refused to release its contents. Brown also wrote that authorities never released a report providing details of its investigation of Epstein’s death.
Of additional concern is the fact that the surveillance video of Epstein’s and Tartaglione’s cell during his death disappeared. Jail officials claimed it was “inadvertently destroyed,” according to Brown.
The book doesn’t solve the mystery of Epstein’s death, but it does shine additional light on his final days and hours. It could be an engaging read for anyone who is interested in the Epstein investigation.
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