Fmr Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein Downplays Jeffrey Epstein SuicideChris Menahan
Aug. 10, 2019
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Former United States Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Saturday suggested "suicides" like Jeffrey Epstein's are common and said "stopping people from harming themselves is difficult."
In a comment on Twitter, Rosenstein suggested such suicides are par for the course.
"Pedophiles facing federal criminal charges are at high risk for suicide," Rosenstein said. "It happened in several of my Maryland cases when defendants were released on bail. Detained pedophiles require special attention. Stopping people from harming themselves is difficult."
Epstein had special attention and was not released on bail. He was under 24/7 suicide watch and monitored both by CCTV and a physically present guard before they reportedly took him off suicide watch and his guards magically stopped checking on him last night, in direct violations of their protocols.
As a reminder, Rosenstein is the one who appointed Robert Mueller to lead the Russia witch hunt based off mere speculative rumors.
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