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Surveillance video of Jeffrey Epstein’s first suicide attempt goes MISSING from Manhattan jail where he was found dead

Published; Dec. 18, 2019

Surveillance video of Jeffrey Epstein’s first suicide attempt goes MISSING from Manhattan jail where he was found dead

-Surveillance video of Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide attempt in jail has vanished, prosecutors revealed Wednesday

-Officials could not locate the footage from outside Epstein’s cell at Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City from his suicide attempt on July 23

-Authorities have no explanation for how or why the footage went missing

-In that attempt Epstein was found with neck injuries and accused his cellmate Nick Tartaglione of attacking him

-Tartaglione requested that jail footage be preserved as evidence

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Surveillance video of Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide attempt in jail has vanished, it was revealed Wednesday, as the mystery into the pedophile’s death deepens.

In court on Wednesday prosecutors revealed that they could not locate the footage from outside Epstein’s cell at Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City when he attempted to take his own life on July 23.

‘I don’t know the details of how it was lost or destroyed or why it wasn’t retained when it should have been,’ lawyer Bruce Barket said in court.

In that attempt Epstein was found with neck injuries after he apparently tried to hang himself and was moved to suicide watch at the prison.

Two weeks later Epstein succeeded in killing himself in his cell on August 10.

However, authorities have no explanation as to how or why the footage from the July 23 attempt went missing. They said they simply could not find it, according to TMZ

A judge told prosecutors to look further as to how the footage disappeared.

Epstein’s cellmate at the time Nick Tartaglione, who was awaiting trial for four counts of murder, had formally requested that video be preserved two days after the suicide attempt as evidence.

Tartaglione, a former cop, was accused of attacking Epstein the night of July 23. But he claimed he tried to save Epstein from his suicide attempt.

‘We want to be sure that all the evidence is preserved to show that Nick behaved appropriately and even admirably that evening,’ Barket said in court as per the New York Post.

‘We asked for all the video and photographic evidence to be preserved, specifically this surveillance video. Now it’s gone,’ he added.

Barket noted that Tartgalione has still not been questioned about Epstein’s suicide.

A judge told prosecutors to look further as to how the footage disappeared.

Epstein’s cellmate at the time Nick Tartaglione, who was awaiting trial for four counts of murder, had formally requested that video be preserved two days after the suicide attempt as evidence.

Tartaglione, a former cop, was accused of attacking Epstein the night of July 23. But he claimed he tried to save Epstein from his suicide attempt.

‘We want to be sure that all the evidence is preserved to show that Nick behaved appropriately and even admirably that evening,’ Barket said in court as per the New York Post.

‘We asked for all the video and photographic evidence to be preserved, specifically this surveillance video. Now it’s gone,’ he added.

Barket noted that Tartgalione has still not been questioned about Epstein’s suicide.

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