Jeffrey Epstein was & # 39; excited & # 39; before his death last week in a prison in New York and even believed that he would be saved so that he could cooperate with the authorities, according to one source.
The pedophile met daily at noon for 12 hours with lawyers at the Metropolitan Correctional Center and believed that his legal team would win an appeal to get him a guarantee of child trafficking, according to an insider.
It was after he had taken his suicide guard and got his own cell, allegedly telling his lawyers that his accused assassin cellist Nicholas Tartaglione had inflicted the neck wounds suspected of flagging a suicide attempt in July.
& # 39; Every day he was very positive and the night before he was very positive & # 39 ;, the source said New York Post about Epstein last Friday. & # 39; The night before he was cheerful.
& # 39; He said, "I'll see you on Sunday". & # 39;
Jeffrey Epstein was in & # 39; great spirits & # 39; before his death. in a New York prison on Saturday and & # 39; the night before he was very positive & # 39 ;, a source said
The pedophile met daily at noon for 12 hours with lawyers at the Metropolitan Correctional Center and believed that his legal team would win an appeal to get him bail on child trafficking, according to an insider
But on Saturday at 6:30 am he was discovered dead by an apparent suspension.
Epstein told his lawyers that former police officer Tartaglione & # 39; has fooled him, and therefore they have taken him off suicide guard & # 39 ;.
While Epstein was in the Special Housing Unit (SHU) at the time of his first suicide attempt reported on July 23, he shared a cell with the former police officer who was extra protected.
Tartaglione, was charged with kidnapping and killing four people in a drug deal in 2016, which went wrong.
Epstein was taken off his suicide guard and got his own cell, allegedly against his lawyers that his cellmate Nicholas Tartaglione (photo) had inflicted the neck wounds suspected of being a suicide attempt in July
& # 39; I spoke to his lawyers and they never pointed this out to me, but he must have said something to get rid of the suicide guard & # 39 ;, Barket told the New York Post on Wednesday.
& # 39; I know Nick has not been charged at all at the institute, so they acquitted him. It's just, obviously, false to say that (Epstein) did something other than trying to kill himself at least twice, and succeeded when he succeeded. & # 39;
Bruce Barket previously claimed that his client was involved because he had complained about the circumstances at MCC.
Barket claimed that Tartaglione saved Epstein's life in July by warning guards.
But one source said Epstein & # 39; had hope of bail on appeal & # 39 ;.
The Post reported that his legal team was planning to file a motion related to his 2008 conviction in Florida, where, after being found guilty of two prostitutes, he was sentenced to 18 months in a prison with few security in exchange for prosecutors who ended their investigation into his sex deals with minors.
It also gave him immunity to future prosecution for those allegations, and Epstein was able to work six days a week from his office while supposedly locked up.
& # 39; What he really wanted to do was get a bail so he could cooperate, & # 39; the source told the Post. & # 39; He thought he would win the double-danger move. & # 39;
Epstein was transferred to SHU when he was the target of extortion, a source told The Daily Beast.
Last Saturday it was claimed that the 66-year-old constantly asked for toilet paper while he had his own cell and & # 39; lived like a pig in a stable & # 39; while eating his meals off the floor.
Marc Fernich said there is & # 39; enough debt to go around for this unthinkable tragedy & # 39; after Jeffrey Epstein died Saturday of suicide in his cell in New York
Barket added: & # 39; We were a little worried that he would come up with something to come out of suicide or try to plead bail, but it's pretty clear what happened, given the end result here. & # 39 ;
Last Saturday, one of Epstein's lawyers, Marc Fernich, blamed the judiciary for the death of his client and called for & # 39; prison guards who recklessly compromised Mr. Epstein, carelessly endangering his life and do not protect him & # 39 ;.
Fernich stated that his statement did not represent the opinion of everyone in the Epstein defense team.
But Epstein was arrested on July 6 and was subsequently refused bail. Fernich complained that his client was not a flight risk and was not treated as innocent before he was found guilty after authorities found child pornography during a robbery at his home and dozens of women came forward with claims of abuse.
Attorney General William Barr has called for an investigation into the circumstances surrounding Epstein & # 39; s death. Barr said & # 39; it raises serious questions that need to be answered & # 39 ;.
Fernich ended his statement: & # 39; The public should know exactly what happened and why – and how its guards could have made it happen. & # 39;
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