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The detention officer is relocated after Epstein's death

2019-08-14T03:07:04.911Z

On Saturday, August 10, six-year-old sentenced billionaire Jeffrey Epstein is found dead in his New York detention cell. According to several US media, he must have taken his own life, despite being under extra guard because of the risk of suicide. Now, the US Department of Justice has taken two of the detention guards out of service and repositioned the detention chief. It reports the AP.



"Further action can be taken if circumstances require," Kerri Kupec, spokesman for the US Department of Justice, told CNN.

According to anonymous sources to the AP, the detention center, where Jeffrey Epstein sat suspected of trafficking and sexual abuse of minors, has broken in his routines. Among other things, they should have spent several hours between the guards' checks on Epstein, which should really be done every half hour.

Fear of island

Alongside the investigation into Epstein's death, the investigation is also ongoing of the crimes he suspected. On Monday, the US federal police executed a scare against the billionaire's private island in the Caribbean. According to CNBC News, FBI agents are bringing along computers from the island.

Source: svt

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