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Mark Epstein Speaks Out On Brother’s Death: ‘It Seems Like A Cover-Up’

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Mark Epstein, brother of Jeffrey Epstein, has accused state and federal officials of a cover-up in his brother’s death, claiming that there was no thorough investigation after the suicide ruling.

He questions the circumstances surrounding the death, including the lack of a pre-hospital care report and the missing 911 call.

Mark has obtained limited information, including details from the autopsy and discrepancies in the evidence. (Trending: First Moon Mission In 50 Years Blasts Off)

He also raises concerns about the guards’ negligence and falsified reports.

“I only want to look at facts, but when we consider the facts available, we get more questions,” Epstein said. “There appears to have been no investigation once it was ruled a suicide, they saw no reason to dig deeper.

“It seems like a cover-up. Why can’t I find his pre-hospital care report and why can’t I get the 911 call?”

“I’ve not seen in 50 years where that occurred in a suicidal hanging case,” Dr. Baden wrote in his report.

One inmate noted that Epstein “was saying he’s going to kill himself because the government is trying to kill him anyway.”

“Recorded video evidence for Aug. 9 and 10 for the SHU area where Epstein was housed was only available from one prison security camera due to a malfunction of MCC New York’s Digital Video Recorder system,” AG Barr’s team wrote, adding that “between approximately 10:40 p.m. on August 9 and about 6:30 a.m. on August 10, no one was seen entering Epstein’s cell tier from the SHU common area.”

Despite facing criticism, he asserts that he has no personal gain in seeking the truth and questions the timing of his brother’s suicide in relation to an upcoming bail hearing.

“They had a hearing which was coming up a few days after his death to appeal the bail restrictions … why would Jeffrey kill himself a few days before that hearing? Because if he got bail, he’d be out of jail, awaiting trial in his house with an ankle monitor,” Mark said.

“Why kill yourself then? If bail was denied again, then I could understand it.”

“Believe me, it would have been easier if [the pathologists] had come out and said, ‘It looks like a suicide,’ then I could put this whole issue behind me,” he added.

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