Prosecutors: Video from timeframe of first Epstein suicide attempt erased

Prosecutors: Video from timeframe of first Epstein suicide attempt erased
Via The Lid

[Ed. – That seems to make a grand slam of eliminated video evidence.  There was a report weeks ago that video from the July 2019 suicide attempt did still exist (see discussion at the link), but the prosecutors now say it’s definitely gone.]

Surveillance footage capturing the outside of Jeffrey Epstein’s cell during his first suicide attempt in July is gone forever, prosecutors confirmed Thursday in a bombshell court filing.

The revelation comes after Assistant US Attorney Jason Swergold told White Plains federal Judge Kenneth Karas in December that the footage was missing — and then backtracked the next day, claiming it had been preserved.

In a Thursday filing, Swergold admitted that the Metropolitan Correctional Center had preserved footage amid the investigation — only it was the wrong cell in the Lower Manhattan jail.

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“The Government has learned that the MCC inadvertently preserved video from the wrong tier within the MCC, and, as a result, video from outside the defendant’s cell on July 22 – 23, 2019 (i.e. the requested video) no longer exists,” the letter reads.

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