One court filing about Jeffrey Epstein’s death left Bill Clinton a nervous wreck

The mysteries surrounding Jeffrey Epstein’s death continue to deepen.

That is not good news for the high profile individuals that frequently traveled in Epstein’s company.

And now this one court filing about Jeffrey Epstein’s death left Bill Clinton a nervous wreck.

The suspicious circumstance surrounding authorities finding Epstein dead in a Manhattan jail led few Americans to accept the official story that Epstein killed himself.

Guards did not perform their routine check and surveillance camera footage from outside his cell was missing.

Now a court filing reveals the security camera footage from outside Epstein’s cell during his first alleged suicide attempt was permanently deleted.

NBC News reports:

The surveillance video taken from outside Jeffrey Epstein’s jail cell on the day of his first apparent suicide attempt has been permanently deleted, federal prosecutors said Thursday.

Epstein, the disgraced financier who was facing federal sex-trafficking charges, was found semiconscious in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, or MCC, in New York around 1:27 a.m. on July 23.

But that video is now gone because MCC officials mistakenly saved video from a different floor of the federal detention facility, prosecutors said in a court filing.

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 no longer exists,” the court papers say.

This will only fuel more speculation of a cover up and that Epstein’s death was really a murder.

That will cast even more suspicion on high profile individuals like Bill Clinton and British Royal Family member Prince Andrew as having the most to lose if Epstein ever told the full extent of his child sex trafficking operation.

We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.