Jeffrey Epstein threatens to be killed before his trial says the victim's lawyer, who asks if alleged suicide attempt was actually a hit put by a powerful friend on a pedophile
- A lawyer who represented the victims of Jeffrey Epstein over ten years ago says he doesn't think the pedophile tried suicide
- & # 39; I wonder if it was a real suicide attempt. I mean, how do you choke yourself? It makes no sense, & Spencer Kuvin said
- The Federal Bureau of Prisons refuses to comment on the incident, so it is unclear how he heard Epstein tried to choke
- Kuvin also did not reveal how he believed a person in Epstein cell could break into the heavily secured SHU wing after locking and carry out this attack
- He added: & # 39; If he wants to get someone in power who has the ability to reach him and get to him somehow – his life is absolutely in danger & # 39 ;, said Kuvin
- From the outset, prosecutors have been clear about the fact that they do not want to sue other persons in this case
A lawyer who represented the victims of Jeffrey Epstein (above) more than ten years ago, says he doesn't think the pedophile tried suicide
A lawyer who represented three women more than ten years ago during the criminal proceedings against Jeffrey Epstein believes that the convicted pedophile may not see his trial if he is released from prison.
Spencer Kuvin said in an interview with The Sun that he does not think Epstein tried suicide last week and that his injuries may be the result of an attempt by one of his powerful friends.
& # 39; I wonder if it was a real suicide attempt. I mean, how do you choke yourself? It makes no sense, & Kuvin said
& # 39; There are reports that someone came after him, but that may be just because he is a pedophile. Individuals like that don't last long in prison. & # 39;
It is unclear how Kuvin leaned that Epstein was trying to choke, because the Federal Office of Prisons refused to release details about the incident and reports only noticed the presence of neck wounds.
Nor did Kuvin explain how he believes a person could gain access to Epstein's cell after being locked in the heavily secured SHU wing of the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan.
Home: & # 39; I wonder if it was a real suicide attempt. I mean, how do you choke yourself? It makes no sense, & said Spencer Kuvin (MCC where Epstein is located above)
However, he stated that he believes that one of Epstein & # 39; s powerful friends would probably be behind every attempt in the pedophile's life.
& # 39; If he is on trial, everyone he is in contact with will eventually become a fair game & # 39 ;, said Kuvin.
& # 39; I have no doubt that no prison will protect you if there are powerful people who want to reach you – wherever you are. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; If he wants to get someone in power who has the ability to reach him and somehow get to him – his life is absolutely in danger. & # 39;
From the outset, prosecutors have been clear about the fact that they do not want to sue other persons in this case.
And as Kuvin learned ten years ago, even dropping off Epstein & # 39; s friends is not an easy task.
The lawyers for the victims who brought charges against Epstein failed to persuade one of his famous friends to make statements in their cases, notably Donald Trump.
They were also unsuccessful in deposing one of his female accomplices.
& # 39; If Epstein is in the general population or available to the general population anywhere, I believe that his life is in danger, "Kuvin said.
& # 39; They will have to lock him up in prison. But even there, there are still people who can eventually reach him. & # 39;
Officials seem to be one step ahead of Kuvin and have even sealed it & # 39; last week & # 39 ;.
Epstein was housed in the safest part of the prison, 10 South, when he was first arrested earlier this month.
Prisoners are held in their cells there for 23 hours every day, and CCTV cameras watch them while they shower, go to the bathroom and sit alone in their heavily barricaded cells.
He was accompanied by Joaquin & # 39; El Chapo & # 39; Guzman, but when he moved the drug lord to a super-max prison in Colorado, his neighbor Epstein joined the general population.
This almost immediately collapsed and after threats with Epstein he was moved to the SHU by days.
Kuvin also said that & # 39; it will be interesting to see if Mr. Epstein is trying again to be released on bail and whether he is doing so or whether he will survive between now and the date of his trial. & # 39;
Epstein's bid for house arrest was rejected by the court two weeks ago and his appeal against that decision was filed in court last week.
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