Episode 1–The Jeffrey Epstein Case: A Prosecutor’s Perspective–The Autopsy

EPISODE 1: Let’s see if Kirschner can REALLY pull this one down and present a factual soliloquy for both he and us the viewers – which is after all what a soliloquy is right.. let’s give him a shot and see where this goes.. I have this “thing” about J. Epstein some of you may know.. 

May 25, 2020

There is so much interest and intrigue surrounding the life and death of Jeffrey Epstein. It’s a story that involves some of today’s most powerful and influential people, including Attorney General Bill Barr and President Donald Trump. This series will survey the Epstein case, from his crimes in the early-to-mid 2000s for which then-US Attorney Alexander Acosta inexplicably gave him a highly unusual non-prosecution agreement to a criminal case brought by federal prosecutors in New York for those same crimes that were now more than a decade old to a highly suspicious death in his jail cell as he was awaiting trial.

The series will culminate in my closing argument on the issue of whether Epstein committed suicide or was killed to prevent him from flipping and implicating any number of rich, powerful, influential men.

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