Epstein: "I Have No Interest in Killing Myself," New Document Reveals
A 2,000-page document compilation from Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) records shows that Epstein claimed no interest in suicide.
The New York Times got their hands on a 2,000-page document compilation, sourced from Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) records, which was attained after filing a freedom of information lawsuit. Published on Tuesday, the analysis of Epstein's mental state revealed the sex trafficker's disinterest in suicide and his rather fondness towards his life.
For some background, Epstein was found dead in his prison cell on August 10, 2019; however, his death remains questioned by many.
According to the documents, Epstein told psychologists that he was too "coward" to commit suicide. Yet two weeks afterward, the pedophile was found dead by hanging at the Metropolitan correctional center in August 2019.
"I have no interest in killing myself," Epstein told a psychologist working for the jail. On the contrary, Epstein told the therapist that he was living "a wonderful life" even when he was in jail, saying that he would not be able to tolerate the pain of suicide if he were to commit it.
“I would never do that to myself,” Epstein said.
The documents revealed routines, behavior, complaints, and information about Epstein's final weeks in the correctional center.
A master manipulator
According to the documents, Epstein was a manipulator who was able to convince those around him that he was living a wonderful life, while also indicating unhappiness and hopelessness.
In contrast, a few days after arriving in prison, a psychologist reported that Epstein said: "being alive is fun."
At the same time, he also complained about wearing an orange suit and being treated like a "bad guy," saying that he believes he did not do anything wrong. The psychologist reported that Epstein was future-oriented and denied sexually abusing anyone.
On the night of his death, Epstein requested that he call his mother, although she had died many years back. Instead, he called his girlfriend.
The billionaire sex trafficker, with his death, left behind a bombshell that has exposed the affiliation of many notable politicians, businessmen, and royalty with the pedophile ring-master. These include Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Jes Staley, and others.
Prince Andrew has recently faced allegations of sexual abuse: The victim, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, claimed to have been abused when she was underage by the British royal in a New York mansion in 2001.
The prince avoided denying the allegation after British newspaper The Daily Mail revealed a fax containing information about his whereabouts on the 11th of April, 2001: “Private address in New York,” later on being confirmed to be Epstein’s home in Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
On another occasion, British multinational bank Barclays saw the preliminary conclusions of a probe into the relationship between "suicided" sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and the Barclays director, Jes Staley. "In view of those conclusions, and Mr. Staley's intention to contest them, the board [of Barclays] and Mr. Staley have agreed that he will step down from his role as group chief executive and as a director of Barclays," the British bank said in a statement recently.
"The White House, through the Justice Department, was looking to press a longtime Republican obsession and Trump ace in the hole, and get Epstein to flip and reveal the sex secrets of Bill Clinton," said journalist Michael Wolff, according to The Daily Mail. "Trump, if he was obsessed with Clinton, which he was, was also obsessed with what Epstein knew about Clinton."