4:05 PM ET – John Solomon, Executive Vice President and columnist for The Hill, has a piece out on Jeffrey Epstein the overwhelming irregularities surrounding his death.
Memos show DOJ repeatedly warned for decades about stark problems inside federal prisons
Issues in Epstein death closely resemble those in high-profile inmate suicide probe 24 years earlier
Internal reviews frequently flagged security issues like security camera ‘blind spots,’ understaffing
BOP, guard unions fumbled contraband search policy for 10 years despite safety concerns
5:05 PM ET – Ari Fleischer, media consultant and political aide, who served as the twenty-first White House Press Secretary for President George W. Bush, is here to discuss the race to be the most left. With everyone giving everything away for free and Joe Biden giving out text codes as websites, 2020 is getting pretty interesting. Two candidates Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris recently spread around another lie, talking about the Michael Brown case out of Ferguson, ironically contradicting the findings of AG Eric Holder under the Obama Administration.
From the Washington Examiner:
The obvious problem with characterizing Brown’s death as “murder” is that it relies on a lie. To call it a “murder” is to stand in direct contradiction to the findings of an independent investigation by President Barack Obama’s Justice Department, which found that there was no credible evidence to back the assertion that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson “murdered” Brown. Rather, the report found that Wilson acted in self-defense. It should be noted here that the Justice Department at the time was headed by Eric Holder, whose interest in racial discrimination is well-documented.
5:30 PM ET – Mark Fuhrman, Former Homicide Detective, talks to us about what is happening with the Epstein investigation, the use of federal investigators, and how it will be determined as to whether this was a homicide or suicide.
An inmate in the same unit where Jeffrey Epstein hanged himself heard nothing the morning of his death — but “knows a heck of a lot about what went on,” his lawyer said in a new report.
Nicholas Tartaglione, an ex-Westchester cop who faces the death penalty in a quadruple homicide upstate, was being held a few cells away from Epstein on Aug. 10, when he was found unresponsive around 6:30 a.m.
“Nobody heard anything. It was a silent act,” his lawyer Bruce Barket told NBC News.
Tartaglione was Epstein’s cellmate at the Manhattan Correctional Center when the convicted pedophile was first found nearly unconscious on the floor of his cell with injuries to his neck in July.