Documents highlight pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s last moments
(MENAFN) Jail records from financier and sentenced pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s fatal stay at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York, gained by the Associated Press and issued in redacted form on Friday, show that his last hours involved a vague phone call, an effort to reach out to a fellow predator, and anger around jail environments.
One night ahead of his death announcement, Epstein excused himself from a gathering with his attorneys, informing a guard he was calling his mother, who in fact, lost her life 15 years ago, based on a document named “Psychological reconstruction of inmate death.” It is not known whom he actually got in contact with, although the document states that it was a New York City number.
Epstein’s psychological profile points out that he was having a rather hard time getting used to jail and scolded staff for not paying more attention to him.
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