Murder, suicide, Epstein

Murder Or Suicide?

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I have been hesitant to write about the Jeffrey Epstein suicide or murder depending on which way you look at it. I am not a wild conspiracy theorist by any stretch of the imagination. At The Liberty Loft, we like sticking with facts rather than guessing. However, I do think this is worth looking at a little further.

First of all, Epstein was found dead on August 10, 2019. I wrote about his death at the time and talked about how I felt there was more to the story. I stated that I did not believe the Clintons were responsible. Yes, I still feel this way today. A lot of people would have wanted Epstein dead for what he knew.

There’s also the fact that there are a lot of witnesses who have yet to speak. The investigation will have some sort of result for the victims as it continues. Most likely there will be some implications for other high profile figures than those who have been mentioned. Then a very interesting article came out with some information regarding Epstein today.

Dr Michael Baden released a statement that said the findings as part of the autopsy were more consistent with homicide than suicide in a Fox News interview. This is not the first time I’ve heard these words regarding Epstein’s death, but a high profile figure such as Dr Baden does give it credibility. Baden, who is cited as having probed cases involving O.J. Simpson, President John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, record producer Phil Spector and New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez, says these fractures are very rare.

There is also mention of DNA evidence that should be reviewed as part of the investigation to confirm that this indeed was a suicide rather than a homicide. The Medical Examiner stands by their decision, but there are questions that remain. Some suggest the case could be reopened, while others have largely ignored the findings.

Again, I am not a conspiracy theorist, but I do believe this case should reopen. The left claims as part of the #MeToo movement that we must take seriously any claims. If it is suggested that this is a homicide, the case should be investigated. Do we not owe it to the victims?

We also owe it to the American people. The media has used this case as a means to attack President Trump for several months. The media has also largely ignored the Clinton connection and other high profile connections. It’s time to bring this case to closure and the victims an answer to those who participated in the crimes. Epstein did not do this alone and those who helped deserve their punishment.

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