One Of Epstein’s Eerie Last Contacts Before Being Found Dead Just Revealed

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According to previously uncovered records, Larry Nassar, the former Olympic doctor infamous for sexually abusing girls over a long period of time, purportedly received a letter from Jeffrey Epstein while he was incarcerated. Epstein was a disgraced billionaire and convicted child sex offender.

Nearly four years after Epstein’s purported suicide while awaiting trial on child sex trafficking allegations in a New York City jail cell, the Federal Bureau of Prisons’ (BOP) records were obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. Epstein was imprisoned in New York City at the time of his death. These new records add to information already made public by the BOP in 2021 and include new details concerning Epstein’s death at the Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) after 36 days in custody.

The records show that when Epstein passed away, a detective located Nassar’s letter from Epstein in the jail mailroom. Even though the letter’s contents have not been made public, it was returned in September 2019, many weeks after Epstein’s passing. The investigator was unsure whether to read the letter or give it to anyone via an email, noting that Epstein had obviously sent it by mail but that it had been returned to sender. In an email to a prison representative, the investigator wrote:

It appeared he mailed it out and it was returned back to him. I am not sure if I should open it or should we hand it over to anyone?

Nassar is not specifically identified as the letter’s intended recipient in the documents. However, in response, the MCC staff attorney identified Epstein as the letter’s initial addressee as follows:

… the former doctor for the U.S. Female Gymnastics Team that was convicted of molesting a bunch of girls…under the guise of ‘medical procedures/examinations.

The relationship between Epstein and Nassar is yet unknown. Nassar’s assigned legal representative, who works for the State Appellate Defender Office, claimed to be ignorant of any connection between the two people. Additionally, the office affirmed that it was unaware of either the letter or Epstein’s attempt to get in touch with Nassar.

In 2019, Epstein was accused of running a sex trafficking operation that victimized young girls sexually. Due of Epstein’s links to well-known individuals, rumors regarding his activities have been circulating for years. The indictment claims that Epstein operated a trafficking business between 2002 and 2005, paying young girls as young as 14 to do sexual acts with him at his homes. He is accused of working along with coworkers and friends to seduce and take advantage of these young girls.

In 2008, a Florida state court found Epstein guilty of obtaining a kid for prostitution and soliciting a prostitute after he had previously submitted a guilty plea. He was detained for about 13 months, yet he had numerous work release opportunities. It is crucial to remember that he was found guilty of only these two offences as part of a hotly contested “sweetheart” plea deal. 36 girls, some as young as 14, who were allegedly victims of Epstein’s sexual abuse had been identified by federal officials.

Ghislaine Maxwell, a socialite, was found guilty of participating in a child trafficking ring, as was previously reported. She received a 240-month prison term last year.

According to the US Attorney’s office:

Today’s sentence holds Ghislaine Maxwell accountable for perpetrating heinous crimes against children. This sentence sends a strong message that no one is above the law and it is never too late for justice. We again express our gratitude to Epstein and Maxwell’s victims for their courage in coming forward, in testifying at trial, and in sharing their stories as part of today’s sentencing.

Since at least 1994, up to and including in or about 2004, GHISLAINE MAXWELL assisted, facilitated, and participated in Jeffrey Epstein’s abuse of minor girls by, among other things, helping Epstein to recruit, groom, and ultimately abuse victims known to MAXWELL and Epstein to be under the age of 18. The victims were as young as 14 years old when they were groomed and abused by MAXWELL and Epstein, both of whom knew that their victims were in fact minors.

Nassar, a former physician for Michigan State University and the USA Gymnastics team, is currently incarcerated in a federal facility for 60 years after being found guilty of child pornography. As a result of his guilty pleas to seven counts of criminal sexual behavior, he was also given a state prison sentence in Michigan that ranged from 40 to 175 years. Aly Raisman and McKayla Maroney, both Olympic gold medalists, were among the over 150 women and adolescents who publicly accused Nassar of sexual abuse. Nassar’s victims and USA Gymnastics, the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee, and their insurers reached a $380 million settlement.

Epstein’s actions before to his alleged suicide and the administrative mistakes committed by BOP officials were clarified by the recently made public records.


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