Skip to comments.CBS: ‘Shouting and Shrieking’ Heard from Epstein's Cell on Morning He Died
Posted on 08/13/2019 5:16:16 PM PDT by Steve1999
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What was all that noise about? And no, I doubt if if was the Cleaning Lady watching TV on her cell phone again.
Have we gotten to the point where federal prison guards will shriek at the sight of a non responsive prisoner in his cell?
Probably more like they were shouting to each other over Epstein’s shrieks as they “resuscitated” him right into oblivion.
Was it a “tussle” or a scuffle?
What? No cackles?
or a midnight tokker now i cant get that dam song out of my head thanks freepper freind
The warden perhaps ?!?
Interesting way to cover up a murder.
Chest compressions could break quite a few ribs and lead to a pneumothorax.
If they started an IV they could’ve injected a big air bolus leading to an air embolism again compromising pulmonary function, stroke, MI.
CBS reported it so it can’t be a conspiracy theory! /s
“Tussle” brings this song to mind:
Luna, 23 Minutes in Brussels
Oh, right. All that shrieking....just the guards trying to revive him. Well, if you say so. Ummm, ah, ok, got it.
That is the question I have asked myself.
What was to keep the guards from killing him, waiting for
a hour or two and reporting it as a suicide?
If he was behind a steel door, no prisoner could see what was happening.
Not floating a conspiracy theory, just asking.
Something happened that is not being reported because the examiner has postponed his report.
A simple suicide that takes days and days to report?
I suspect he found something alarming and needed to talk to someone higher up the food chain.
That plus the relocation of his cell mate only a day earlier......
That alone is odd in light of the constant refrain that our prisons are terribly overcrowded.
Perhaps he was pinin' for the fjords.
“Shouting and shrieking”
Well, he wasn’t quite dead yet.
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