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Report: Prison Guards Falsified Records Following Sex Predator Jeffrey Epstein’s Suicide

They were reportedly sleeping on the job and wanted to hide their incompetence, but is that what really happened?

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The prison guards who dropped the ball and allowed the death of Democrat-affiliated predator Jeffrey Epstein to happen on their watch have been exposed for falsifying records and sleeping on the job, according to a report from The Independent.

New York City’s Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) has placed the two guards on leave after finding that they fell asleep on the job, which caused Epstein to be unsupervised for three hours prior to his death. The warden has also been reassigned, as the Justice Department creates a veneer of accountability amidst unprecedented talk of cover-up and conspiracy.

“We will get to the bottom of what happened and there will be accountability,” Attorney General William Barr said on Monday.

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Epstein was on suicide watch after attempting to take his own life last month, but those protections were quickly removed. He was still supposed to be looked on every 30 minutes, but the lapse from the prison guards prevented that from taking place. The world’s most important criminal suspect is dead as a result.

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The official narrative is that widespread incompetence allowed convicted sex criminal to take his own life, but could that be the convenient lie that officials are using to obscure the true plot against Epstein?

One of the prison guards was untrained for his post and suspiciously put on duty due to alleged staffing shortages. Epstein’s cellmate was also transferred the day before his death, with no replacement as the stage was seemingly being set for what took place Saturday morning.

Before Epstein’s death, it was reported that “contagion numbers” of elites were set to be exposed as being connected to his illicit child sex operation.

“There were other business associates of Mr. Epstein’s who engaged in improper sexual misconduct at one or more of his homes. We do know that,” said Brad Edwards, attorney for victim Courtney Wild. “In due time the names are going to start coming out.”

“Nobody who was around Epstein a lot is going to have an easy time now. It’s all going to come out,” said David Boies, an attorney for Epstein victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre.

But with Epstein dead, the entire investigation into his elite child sex ring is now in jeopardy. He can no longer corroborate any of the claims, and although the civil suit documents have been released implicating former Clinton administration officials, seeds of doubt will always remain. It is possible that no justice will be served when all of this is said and done.

It seems that the globalists have proven yet again that they are untouchable and above the law, as the public’s only recourse is to speculate.

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Georgia Man Sentenced to 1,000 Years for Child Pornography Receives Parole, Released From Jail

He’s been called one of the most prolific collectors of child pornography in the world.

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A Georgia man who was sentenced to 1,000 years in prison for owning a massive collection of child pornography is being paroled from prison against the wishes of the prosecutor that oversaw his conviction.

72-year old Peter Mallory will have the chance to serve the remainder of his 1,000 year sentence for 60 counts  of exploitation of children, tampering with evidence, and three counts of invasion of privacy, adjudicated in December 2012, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. Mallory was released from the state prison system on May 27th.

Mallory is no run-of-the-mill sex offender; prosecutors have described the former television station owner as having possessed more than 26,000 files of child pornography and exploitation. At his sentencing, Mallory was referred to as “one of the most prolific collectors of child pornography in the world.”

Mallory was also convicted of discretely recording women underneath their skirts without their knowledge.

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District Attorney Herb Cranford has urged the State Board of Pardons and Paroles to keep Mallory in prison, pointing out that Mallory’s crimes are far more severe than that of usual child pornography convicts who have a chance to be paroled in Georgia after serving seven years of their sentences.

While it may be consistent throughout the state for this board to parole certain persons convicted of these crimes after seven years, Mallory is a worse offender and his crimes are worse than the average possessor of child pornography.

Cranford responded to the parole board’s decision to free the prolific sex offender with disapproval, stating he opposed the decision but is powerless to stop it.

Mallory spent just over seven years in prison, a mere .07% of his total 1,000 year sentence.

 

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