It should come as no surprise that so few people believe the official narrative as Zachary Stieber reports that video footage from outside Jeffrey Epstein's cell actually "no longer exists," the government said in a new letter, less than a month after prosecutors initially said the footage wasn't available, before quickly saying in an update that the footage had been found.
Writing to U.S. District Judge Kenneth Karas, prosecutors Maurene Comey and Jason Swergold said there was a mix-up when they asked the Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) to preserve the footage from outside the cell.
Epstein was found unconscious with marks around his neck early July 23, 2019. Epstein's cellmate at the time was accused murderer Nicholas Tartaglione. The defendant's lawyer requested video footage from outside Epstein's cell from July 22 and July 23, 2019.