Jeffrey Epstein continues to make headlines after his death. This past weekend, Prince Andrew felt the need to give an interview to try to clear his name. The problem? The public simply does not believe him. A new poll shows that just 6% of the public believe him.
In the interview, the Duke of York denied allegations that he had sex with Virginia Giuffre, one of Epstein’s victims. In fact, he went as far as to claim he never recalls meeting the young lady and that the three events never happened. Yet, images have surfaced showing otherwise. The Telegraph shares the photo and details of an assistant who confirmed the events took place.
Yet, just like most other things involving the Epstein case, the evidence just does not add up. For example, take the recent reports of the issues in the jail. When they were supposed to be watching Epstein, the guards were napping and shopping online. Most articles would have you believe that the inconsistencies are simply coincidental, but many others believe differently.
I do not give in to conspiracy theories here. Simply put, most of them are crazy ideas that have no merit. Yet, the coincidences continue to come into view over and over in the Epstein case. There were those in these circles that claimed Epstein did not kill himself. It has become the topic of several memes we have seen in recent months.
A pathologist came out and stated that the injuries were consistent with homicide. The media and other officials continued to hold to their stories that the evidence pointed to suicide. Now, a prisons chief says the FBI is looking into the death as having possible criminal enterprise involvement. Another coincidence?
I’ve always said the case should be looked into more closely. The victims deserve answers and conclusions as much as those who participated deserve punishment. If Prince Andrew conspired with Epstein, he deserves to face charges. Someone cue the Epstein memes and the Clinton Body Count hashtags, because this one is not going to go away quietly.
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