A smoking gun about Jeffrey Epstein will make you rethink everything

The death of Jeffrey Epstein is still a mystery.

Few Americans believe the official story of a suicide.

And a smoking gun about Jeffrey Epstein will make you rethink everything.

Epstein’s alleged Madame Ghislaine Maxwell is about to stand trial on charges of sex trafficking.

The New York Times received 2,000 pages of Federal Bureau of Prison records which included some massive bombshells about Jeffrey Epstein.

One document reveals that Epstein told a prison psychologist that he was too cowardly to ever kill himself because he was afraid of pain.

The Daily Mail reports:

“I have no interest in killing myself,” the disgraced financier told a prison psychologist, according to the BOP documents. He also said he was a “coward” and did not like pain.

“I would not do that to myself,” he added.

Epstein also told prison psychologists that he liked being alive and looked toward the future.

The Daily Mail also reports:

During another psychological evaluation just days after arriving at the prison Epstein told a psychologist that being alive is fun…

…The psychologist wrote: ‘He was future-oriented,’ and noted that he denied having ever sexually abused anyone and believed he would be released after his renewed bail hearing.

The official story that Jeffrey Epstein strangled himself with a bed sheet struck many Americans as nonsense.

The suspicious lapses in security and Epstein’s alleged links to rich and powerful men that were rumored to have partied with Epstein and engaged in sexual crimes with Epstein led many to believe someone silenced him by killing him in his Manhattan jail cell to make sure Epstein took his secrets to the grave.

This latest bombshell that Epstein was in no way suicidal will only increase calls for an actual investigation into the circumstances surrounding his death.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date with any new developments in this ongoing story.