New Documents Reveal Jeffrey Epstein Told Prison Psychologist ‘Being Alive is Fun’ Before Suicide

New Documents Reveal Jeffrey Epstein Told Prison Psychologist ‘Being Alive is Fun’ Before Suicide


Next week, Jeffrey Epstein’s crime partner, Ghislaine Maxwell, is set to start her child sex-trafficking trial.

Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to the child sex-trafficking charges against her.

Now that the pedophile duo is front-and-center in the media again, one big question remains unanswered: what truly happened to Jeffrey Epstein?

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New documents obtained by the New York Times discuss the final days of Jeffrey Epstein at the New York Metropolitan Correctional Center.

The New York Times obtained the 2,000 pages of Federal Bureau of Prisons records by a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.

Initially, the Federal Bureau of Prisons denied the FOIA request from the New York Times, which led to the lawsuit.

The newly obtained documents give us a glimpse into Epstein’s life in

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