I can't wait until we hear what was found on his computers ..
Attorney General William P. Barr announced Monday that he is replacing the head of the Bureau of Prisons, marking the latest fallout from the death in federal custody of multimillionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Hugh J. Hurwitz, the agency’s acting head, will be replaced by Kathleen Hawk Sawyer, who served as Bureau of Prisons director from 1992 to 2003.
Barr also appointed Thomas R. Kane to serve as her deputy, a position currently vacant.
The move shows how the death of a single high-profile suspect is likely to have far-reaching and long-lasting consequences for the $7 billion agency that has operated for years in relative obscurity. Even before Epstein’s death, Justice Department officials privately expressed frustration with senior officials at the Bureau of Prisons, but the apparent management flaws found since have angered the department’s leaders, including the attorney general, according to law enforcement officials.
There's always the Le Brea Tar Pits...In the one article it states that Little St. James Island required 70 employees. There's a lot of people involved in this shit show.
The new court papers provide more details of the serial pervert’s disturbing behavior, including how he’d “be on the verge of ejaculating and would stop in order to make a phone call, at times saying that nearing sexual climax evoked certain important thoughts in Jeffrey Epstein’s mind.”
“Jeffrey Epstein would then take or initiate up to four business calls during any particular sexual massage,” Priscilla alleged.
Of course, he is ..Prince Andrew ‘appalled’ by Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse claims
Jeffrey Epstein dreamed of improving humanity by using his sperm to impregnate scores of women at his New Mexico ranch — and also wanted his penis and head frozen after death so they could eventually be reanimated, according to a report Wednesday.
At least eight jail staffers were aware that strict instructions had been given not to leave Jeffrey Epstein alone in his cell — but the order was apparently ignored in the 24 hours before he hanged himself, according to a report.
Investigators looking into the apparent failure to follow instructions were shocked that so many Bureau of Prison staffers — including supervisors and managers — were aware of the directive, people familiar with the matter
Federal investigators have sought subpoenas for employees at the federal jail in New York City where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself, according to two sources familiar with the investigation.
Justice Department officials have said for over a week that some of the employees who were on duty when the financier and convicted sex trafficker died in his cell have retained lawyers and declined investigators' requests for interviews.
Attorney General William Barr mentioned the impasse Wednesday, saying: "Unfortunately, there have been some delays because a number of the witnesses were not cooperative." He added that the Justice Department was nonetheless "moving expeditiously," an apparent reference to the move to seek subpoenas.
Investigators were looking into whether two guards tasked with watching Epstein may have been sleeping when he died, two officials familiar with the investigation told NBC News last week. Investigators had not yet reached any conclusions as of last week, the law enforcement sources said.
Barr on Monday removed the acting director of the federal Bureau of Prisons in the wake of Epstein's suicide Aug. 10. The warden of the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan, Lamine N'Diaye, has been temporarily reassigned, and the two guardsassigned to watch Epstein have been placed on leave.
Odd and often creepy details continue to surface in the aftermath of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein's suicide, giving a glimpse of the twisted extravagance that was a staple of his life -- right down to the art he chose to display on his walls.
The latest revelation involves a massive painting showing a young woman of indeterminate age wearing a wedding ring and cuddled up beside a roaring tiger. A photo of the artwork was taken by a contractor who worked at Epstein's sprawling New Mexico home in 2013 and provided exclusively to Fox News. The contractor requested anonymity in order to speak freely.
“It was huge – at least 5-by-5, 6-by-6 – in the main house, at the bottom of the stairs in the basement near the laundry,” the contractor told Fox News of the bizarre painting at Epstein's Zorro Ranch in Stanley, N.M. “We would talk about how creepy it was, this strange painting with nothing else around it. From the minute you got there, you felt the uneasy vibe.”/Quote]
Odd and often creepy details continue to surface in the aftermath of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein's suicide, giving a glimpse of the twisted extravagance that was a staple of his life -- right down to the art he chose to display on his walls.www.foxnews.com
Prince Andrew was spotted getting a foot massage from two young Russian women inside Jeffrey Epstein’s Upper East Side mansion, a report said Thursday.
Literary agent John Brockman said in a 2013 email that he saw Randy Andy getting the rubdown “from two young well-dressed Russian women” during a visit to the 71st Street manse.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has been plunged further into crisis as a letter from its president revealed the scale of financial donations it received from the disgraced financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
One of its top scientists and recipients of Epstein donations, Seth Lloyd, also penned a public apology for accepting the funds, saying: “I helped Mr Epstein protect his reputation, and I disempowered his victims. I should have focused on them instead of him.”
Late on Thursday MIT’s president, Rafael Reif, said in a statement that the institute would review its process for accepting donations after taking about $800,000 from foundations controlled by Epstein over a 20-year period.
The funds went to the Media Lab, an elite research center led by Joichi Ito, and to the physicist Lloyd, a member of the MIT faculty.
Reif’s letter bluntly admitted the institution’s mistakes.
“To Jeffrey Epstein’s victims, on behalf of the MIT administration, I offer a profound and humble apology,” Reif wrote. “With hindsight, we recognize with shame and distress that we allowed MIT to contribute to the elevation of his reputation, which in turn served to distract from his horrifying acts.”
“Despite following the processes that have served MIT well for many years, in this instance we made a mistake of judgment,” Reif added.
He added that the investigation into Epstein’s donations would be led by the school’s provost, Martin Schmidt.
In a separate announcement posted on Medium, Lloyd also apologized for maintaining a relationship with Epstein, who had funded projects described in 19 academic papers. According to a McGill University analysis all but one was published after Epstein pleaded guilty to the charges in Florida.
Lloyd said in a post to Medium that his friendship with Epstein had begun in 2004 and he had visited the wealthy financier in Palm Beach during his 13-month sentence for solicitation.
Lloyd addressed his letter to Epstein’s alleged victims. “By not listening to your voices, I participated in a system of privilege and entitlement that protected a powerful abuser and that failed you. I apologize to you and I ask for your forgiveness,” Lloyd wrote.
“I believed, at the time, that I was doing a good deed. Mr Epstein expressed remorse for his actions and assured me that he would not re-offend,” he said, adding that after Epstein’s release from prison, he resumed attending discussions and accepted two grants from his foundation.
The latest apologies came after two Media Lab researchers resigned. On of those, MIT’s director of the center for civic media Ethan Zuckerman, said he was resigning because he believed the lab’s dealings with Epstein compromised its values.
The crisis at MIT over its relationship to Epstein comes after the technology writer Evgeny Morozov exposed links between literary agent John Brockman, who represents many MIT scholars, and Epstein’s funding of lavish soirees that were part of Brockman’s Edge Foundation.
Morozov challenged Brockman, who represents Ito, to clarify his relationship with Epstein. Failing that, he called on Brockman’s authors “to decide whether we would like to be part of this odd intellectual club located on the dubious continuum between the seminar room and a sex-trafficking ring”.
Epstein’s interest in science, including eugenics, and in using the scientific community to polish his reputation, has become evident since his death.
The latest series of apologies places Ito, who is already facing calls to resign from students, under renewed pressure. Ito became head of MIT Media Lab in 2011, well after Epstein established links with the institute.
In his own apology, Ito said he took “full responsibility for my error in judgment”, adding, “I am deeply sorry to the survivors, to the Media Lab and to the MIT community for bringing such a person into our network.”
He also pledged to “return the money that Epstein has invested in my investment funds” and donate the same amount MIT accepted from Epstein “to nonprofits that focus on supporting survivors of trafficking”.
Well I mean come on, why waste the taxpayers money on a rabid kiddie-diddler's trial? It's not as if there is a prayer's chance in hell the guy is innocent. Sick pedophile dead and I'm just not too verklempt about it...This guy was taken out by the feds, no way everyone involved screwed up
If you believe a real investigation is going on your as gullible as a person can be