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Jeffrey Epstein's final days at NYC jail revealed by inmates

Jeffrey Epstein's final days at NYC jail revealed by inmates
Before he committed suicide, Jeffrey Epstein got an early taste of hell. The multimillionaire sex offender was extorted by inmates and ignored by staff as he became increasingly suicidal, Metropolitan Correctional Center inmates told the Daily News.

[More New York] Death underground: Dozens killed by NYC subway trains in 2020 even as COVID sinks ridership p “If your information is correct it is horrifying that such conditions are generally tolerated in a federal prison within the shadows of the federal courthouse, the U.Manhattan Correctional Center in New York.Ribeiro/for New York Daily News) Old, rich and awaiting trial for the worst crime in jail culture — sex trafficking of minors — Epstein was in the crosshairs of inmates eager to lighten his wallet or rough him up, inmates said.[More New York] Queens man appeals murder conviction after 25 years in prison, claims coerced witness testimony wrongly sent him away p “A normal inmate will come in there and they automatically assume you have money because you’ve just been arrested.

[More New York] Queens man appeals murder conviction after 25 years in prison, claims coerced witness testimony wrongly sent him away p The former inmate added that Epstein paid for protection.[More New York] Hit-and-run driver turns himself in after injuring Bronx grandmother and 2-year-old boy in stroller: cops p Jack Donson, a retired Bureau of Prisons employee now working as a correctional consultant, said extortion and protection rackets are common in prison culture.

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