Epstein on Suicide watch commits suicide
Former financier Jeffrey Epstein died Saturday morning, August 10th 2019, in an suicide in his Manhattan jail cell as he was awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges, law-enforcement officials say. He was 66 years old.
He was found unresponsive in his cell at approximately 6:30 a.m. on Saturday, according to prison officials & then transported to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department’s inspector general have opened separate investigations into the circumstances of Mr. Epstein’s death, officials said, as they find it suspicious.
Suicide as a vehicle
Problem is, had they looked at this chart, they would have seen that Epstein’s suicide is not as suspicious as one may think. He was used to doing and going where he wanted, and this padded cell with no people, no visitors because he was now a societal pariah was more than he could tolerate. His transiting Mars is opposite his natal Mars — out of sign but still within orb. The transiting Mars wanted to do something, he did not care what it was, as long it was something. He was used to negotiating, managing, wheeling dealing — being in charge and now all he could be in charge of was his freedom (Moon in Sagittarius), and so that was what he did.
The joke is on you
“Every single person in the Justice Department—from your Main Justice headquarters staff all the way to the night-shift jailer—knew that this man was a suicide risk, and that his dark secrets couldn’t be allowed to die with him.” He added, “Obviously, heads must roll.”Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska to AG Barr
Attorney General William Barr said in a statement he was appalled to learn of the apparent suicide.
“Mr. Epstein’s death raises serious questions that must be answered,” Mr. Barr said. Mr. Barr was livid to learn about Mr. Epstein’s death, telling staffers he is determined to get to the bottom of what happened, a person familiar with the matter said.WSJ
About two weeks ago, officials moved Mr. Epstein to a suicide-watch unit after he was found unconscious in his cell with marks on his neck. Mr. Epstein at the end of July was taken off suicide watch, where he had received daily psychiatric evaluations, a person familiar with the matter said.
Lisa Boesky, a San Diego-based psychologist and expert on suicide in correctional facilities, said jails are required to have a qualified mental-health professional conduct suicide-risk assessments when a prisoner is suspected of being at risk.
The arrest at Teterboro
Mr. Epstein was arrested July 6 2019 at Teterboro Airport in Bergen County, New Jersey when he was returning from Paris on his private jet with Ghislane Maxwell. Obviously, someone close to Epstein knew when he was arriving but did not tell him what was in store. Who this person is, has never been revealed.
Prosecutors accused Mr. Epstein of orchestrating a years long sex-trafficking operation in which he and his associates lured dozens of girls—some as young as 14 years old—to his homes in New York and Florida. He recruited them to perform massages in the nude that steadily progressed to masturbation and sex acts, prosecutors said. Epstein pleaded not guilty. At a recent hearing, U.S. District Senior Judge, Richard Berman discussed June 2020 as a tentative trial date.
Judge Berman received his B.S. from Cornell in 1964, and his law degree from New York University in 1967. He once served as an executive aide to U.S. Senator Jacob Javits (Republican). Berman Was Named to District Court for the Southern District of New York on May 21, 1998 by President William Jefferson (Bill) Clinton. He received his most recent degree, a Master in Social Work, from Fordham University, Bronx, New York in 1996.
The investigation will continue even after Mr. Epstein’s death.
The Giuffre files
On Friday, a cache of legal documents was made public by a federal appeals court. It provided details about his life and how he, and his associates allegedly recruited young women and girls for sex work. The documents were filed as part of a defamation lawsuit brought against a longtime companion of Mr. Epstein, and included sworn testimony by Mr. Epstein’s employees, and the plaintiff, Virginia Giuffre.
Mr. Epstein had sought to be released from jail and put under house arrest in his Manhattan apartment pending trial. Judge Berman denied his request for bail, saying Mr. Epstein posed too great a danger to the community. Mr. Epstein’s lawyers appealed the decision.
In the early 2000s, Mr. Epstein was known for his ties to public figures like former President Clinton (Berman’s appointee) and Prince Andrew, both of whom flew on Mr. Epstein’s private jets. At this same time, the financier was dogged by allegations of sexual misconduct involving underage girls (Mars conjunct Venus in the 8th house of Pisces inconjunct Pluto at 22 Leo 33 (conjunct the South Node) that has a sextile to old man Saturn in the 4th house in Libra. This creates a natal yod that ends up where his Moon and ascendant at time of death.)
This article was heavily rewritten and Epstein’s natal chart rectified from the original 11:54 AM of the same day, after not being able to track the original source. We feel that this chart,is more germane to both Mr. Epstein and the situations preceding his death.
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