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"Not In The Database... I Don't Know Why" - Tucker Carlson Exposes Epstein Brother

•, by Tyler Durden

With the imminent release of roughly 10,000 pages of documents (originally scheduled for Jan. 1, 2024) - expected to be a list of 156 John Does who were sex offender Jeffrey Epstein's friends, recruiters, and victims - former Fox News host Tucker Carlson has raised questions about the official account of the 2019 death of Epstein in federal custody.

Jeffrey Epstein died in federal prison while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges, with the official cause of death determined as suicide by a New York City medical examiner.

In an apparent preview of a forthcoming interview with Jeffrey Epstein's brother Mark, Carlson shared a video on social media revealing the struggles to obtain basic documents related to the incident.

Mr. Carlson expressed skepticism about the official cause of death being ruled suicide, writing:

The U.S. government claims Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in a federal detention facility in Manhattan four and a half years ago, just before his trial.

If that's true, why are there so few records available from that night?

Here's Mark Epstein trying to get a copy of one of the most basic documents of all, the pre-hospital care report, written by the EMS team that moved his brother's body out of the cell.

Caden Pearson reports that in the video, Mark Epstein is heard asking the employee, "But as of right now, you're telling me you can't find the PCR report?"

The employee responds, "Not for the 10th of August 2019... It's not in the fire department database," the employee continues. "I don't know why."

"If it's supposed to be there, we'll find out. But first, you've got to give the letters of administration before you can take them anywhere," he added.