Epstein was murdered – Chelsea Manning

The pedophile’s prison guards were likely involved, Manning said on a recent podcast

US Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning told podcast host Ethan Klein that Jeffrey Epstein’s apparent suicide in a Manhattan jail cell was likely a “prison murder”Correctional officers were allowed to allow this. 

Arrested in 2019 and charged with the sex trafficking of minors, Epstein was found hanging in his cell in Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center a month later. He was declared dead by suicide. However, video cameras covering Epstein’s cell malfunctioned and two guards falsified records stating that they had monitored the sex offender on the night of his death, generating public skepticism about the ‘suicide’ story.

Epstein’s death was “murder,” Manning said on an episode of Klein’s H3 Podcast on Friday. “That’s how a prison murder happens. I know when it happens.”

“You wanna get rid of someone in prison? That’s how you do it,” she added, referring to the apparent switching off of the security cameras covering Epstein’s cell.

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Manning was born as a male and served her time in the US Army in intelligence analysis until she was arrested in 2010. She had leaked classified material to WikiLeaks. This material could have depicted US war crimes in Afghanistan or Iraq. She was charged with spying and she was held at a Marine Corps brig, Virginia. Manning was then transferred to Fort Leavenworth military correctional center, Kansas and sentenced to 35 years. 

Manning’s sentence was commuted in 2017 by outgoing President Barack Obama. She was sentenced to another term in Virginia in 2019-2020 for refusing the grand jury to hear her testimony against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Manning, who has been open about her imprisonment, told Klein she believes that prison guards caused most of the violence at correctional facilities. 

“They f**k with people,”Sie said. “Imagine you’re sitting there and your job is to watch inmates for 12 hours. Of course you’re gonna screw with us.”

“Time and time again, the most violent and dangerous people in prison are the prison guards,”Manning stated. “Just endless amounts of fear and anxiety of…what a [Correctional Officer]a prison guard, of any type was going to do. It haunts me to think, I don’t associate someone in a prison uniform with a threat, but I see the CO uniform and it’s different.”

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Epstein was an extremely well-connected financier who had many contacts including former US Presidents Bill Clinton (and Donald Trump), Microsoft CEO Bill Gates and the British Royal Prince Andrew. While his death ensured that some details of these relationships would never be brought to light, it also resulted in the prosecution of Prince Andrew and of Epstein’s long-term girlfriend and ‘madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell. Andrew settled with a woman who accused him of sexual assault. Maxwell was convicted in December of five charges of sex traficking. 



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