A brewery in Central California weighs the Jeffrey Epstein saga at the bottom of beer cans & # 39; Epstein did not kill itself & # 39; to push.
Tactical Ops Brewing in Fresno has produced limited edition cans with the message about the financier and convicted pedophile from New York.
The manager says the "2019/11/06 EPSTEIN YOURSELF NOT YOURSELF" message appears on 54 packages of Basher oatmeal Stout beer cans, according to KMPH TV.
The manager, Carlos Tovar, said he had thought of the idea a week ago.
He said the issue of whether the financier committed suicide & # 39; is now a big thing & # 39 ;.
Tactical Ops Brewing in Fresno, California, sells limited edition Basher Oatmeal Stout beer cans marked at the bottom with the message "2019/11/06 EPSTEIN DOES NOT KILL ITSELF"
The "Epstein did not kill himself" has become a popular meme, with theories swirling around the death of the convicted pedophile
Carlos Tovar, the manager of Tactical Ops Brewing, said the issue of whether the financier committed suicide is "now a big thing."
The "Epstein didn't kill itself" has become a popular meme.
Last weekend, a former Navy SEAL who appeared on Fox News to discuss the use of dogs in the army ended the segment by stating that & # 39; Epstein had not committed suicide & # 39 ;, host Jesse Watters briefly astonished.
Mike Ritland, founder of Warrior Dog Foundation, spoke at Fox News & # 39; & # 39; Watters World & About Conan, the heroic dog who helped American troops eliminate ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in the special raid on Syria last month.
At the end of the interview, he asked if he could give a public announcement to viewers.
& # 39; If you see the coverage, and you decide, & # 39; I want one of these dogs & # 39 ;, a straight forward Ritland says into the camera, & # 39; buy a fully trained and completed dog from a professional, or just don't get one at all …. That and Epstein did not commit suicide & # 39 ;.
Watters looked down and answered, & # 39; good & # 39 ;, when he heard the comment.
Moments later, after Ritland's words were sunk, the eyes of the Fox News host light up and he laughs away the comment.
Epstein (above) was found dead in his cell in Manhattan on August 10
Ritland & # 39; s comment came after a bomb interview on October 30 with leading forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden about Fox & Friends, where he shared his conclusions about the suspicious nature of Epstein & # 39; s death after the financier was discovered dead in his cell on August 10.
The former medical investigator from New York City, who was hired by Epstein's brother and attended the autopsy, shared that the findings are more consistent with murderous strangulation.
& # 39; At the first day autopsy, there were findings that were unusual for suicidal suspension and more consistent with murder strangulation, & # 39; said the pathologist.
Dr. Barbara Sampson, Chief Medical Examiner in New York City, stated on October 30 that she & # 39; firm & # 39; behind her findings.
& # 39; Our investigation concluded that the cause of Mr. Death's death Epstein stuck and that the way of death was suicide. We remain with that determination & # 39 ;, Sampson said in a statement.
Last week, Mike Ritland of the Warrior Dog Foundation surprised Fox News host Jesse Watters (left) when he ended a segment about military dogs by saying: & # 39; That and Epstein did not commit suicide & # 39;
& # 39; We continue to share information about medical research with Mr. Epstein's family, their representatives and their pathology advisor. The original medical examination was thorough and complete. There is no reason for a second medical examination by our office & # 39 ;.
The suicide revealed that guards who had to keep an eye on Epstein slept and falsified log entries to make it seem like they were watching the billionaire.
The much-malignant 66-year-old sexual disorder was determined to be left alone for hours. He was also taught that he should have had a cellmate, but the prisoner who was to move in with him was mysteriously transferred a few hours before committing suicide.
Conspiracy theorists, disturbed by protocol failures and unusual circumstances that led to the alleged suicide, insisted that Epstein might have been eliminated and demanded more investigation.
The doubters include President Donald Trump, who has fired up the conspiracy theories with his Twitter account.
At one point, Trump retweeted retweet conspiracy theories that linked Bill and Hillary Clinton to Epstein & # 39; s suicide while not mentioning the death of his former friend.
Epstein's brother hired well-known forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden (above) in Fox News on October 30 told that he believes Epstein's injuries are consistent with murder and not suicide
Trump & # 39; s Twitter feed contained a link to a breaking news site that claimed that unclosed court documents revealed that & # 39; top democrats, including Bill Clinton, made private journeys to & # 39; pedophilia island & # 39; by Jeffrey Epstein.
Ritland is a former SEAL that fought in Operation Iraqi Freedom and its Warrior Dog Foundation with the aim to give something back to the Special Operations K-9 Community, said the website.
Watters rejected Ritland's comments, but not before he made his own joke.
& # 39; Maybe more about that later & # 39 ;, he told the viewers.
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