Economist Martin Armstrong predicts that Jeffrey Epstein will never see a trial because he will be killed in jail to hide connections to powerful people who are complicit in his sex trafficking crimes.
Armstrong notes that Epstein is being housed in the "10 South" unit in NYC, otherwise known as "the hole" or "America's Guantanamo," where terrorists are kept "to cut them off from the world with no regular access to visits or telephones."
The conditions there are so bad that suicides by desperate federal inmates are not uncommon.
"Inmates are often killed by others as a cover-up so the government can blame them but strangely they manage to get some sort of deal," writes Armstrong, suggesting that Epstein's cellmate Nicholas Tartaglione, who faces the death penalty for four drug-related killings, will "never face the death penalty" because he may be complicit in or turn a blind eye to Epstein's "suicide."
Given the number of high profile people who will be embroiled in the fallout, Armstrong asserts, "I do not believe that Epstein will ever see a trial."