HomeNews WireNew Details Emerge On Video Footage From Outside Jeffrey Epstein's Prison Cell Editor November 25, 2019 Have you ever heard the saying, "Too much coincidence is no coincidence"? Well, more often than not, it's true. This phrase aptly applies to the events surrounding the death of Jeffrey Epstein. Just think about it; a high-profile, rich, powerful, man who is also a convicted sex offender was taken off suicide watch but nobody knew about it. The guards fell asleep, the cameras weren't working, and no one checked on him for 8 hours? Give me a break. We're not buying it. Breitbart reported, The camera with unusable footage was situated in the hallway near Epstein’s cell, according to the Washington Post. The newspaper said a second camera captured clearer footage. The reason for the filming discrepancies between the two cameras is unclear at this time. Earlier this month, New York City’s chief medical examiner determined that Epstein died on August 10th from hanging himself. According to the New York Post, the millionaire investor was found with a bedsheet wrapped around his neck that was tied to his bunk bed. “The convicted pedophile, who was 6 feet tall, apparently killed himself by kneeling toward the floor and strangling himself with the makeshift noose,” said the Post. …Epstein previously was on suicide watch after he was found semiconscious in his cell with marks on his neck July 23rd. Former cellmate Nicholas Tartaglione was cleared of any wrongdoing for that incident. Epstein was removed from suicide watch after roughly a week. This reminds me of the garbage video footage of the "plane" striking the Pentagon on 9/11. You really expect me to believe that a top government facility with hundreds of surveillance cameras only has one camera that captured any footage? And the video it captured is just a crappy quality video that looks like it takes one photo per second. Even the video from something like the Columbine shooting which was only a few years before 9/11 has better quality video. Just take a look.