One of Jeffrey Epstein's closest "pimp" buddies was just found hanging dead in a jail cell with no cameras. It's weird how this keeps happening, isn't it?

Feb 19th

It was a really strange thing when Jeffrey Epstein "hanged himself" in his jail cell and there were no cameras to record it and the guards on duty were just snoozing away with their feet up on their desks and their hats down over their eyes. That was really strange, wasn't it?

This, also, is really strange:

Jeffrey Epstein's French modelling agent friend Jean-Luc Brunel, who allegedly procured more than a thousand women and girls for the paedophile financier to sleep with, died today in an alleged prison suicide.

It comes days after Prince Andrew, 62, agreed to settle Virginia Roberts's lawsuit accusing him of sex abuse after they met allegedly through Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.

Roberts accused Brunel, 76, of procuring more than a thousand women and girls for Epstein to sleep with and he was awaiting trial in France for raping minors.

Wow, so you're telling me one of the close friends and alleged MAJOR pimps of a known underage sex trafficker offed himself while awaiting trial for raping children just days after a major high-profile sexual abuse settlement involving another friend of the known sex trafficker??

But wait, there's more:

Prosecutors in Paris confirmed Brunel, who is not believed to have been on suicide watch, was found hanging in his cell in La Santé, in the south of the capital city, in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Brunel is thought to have been alone at the time of his death and there were no cameras to record his final hours, according to an investigating source at La Santé – one of the toughest jails in France.

Wow—all alone, no cameras, not suicidal but still found dead from "suicide."

His lawyer, meanwhile, has some thoughts on his death:

"His decision [to end his life] was not driven by guilt, but by a deep sense of injustice."

Yeah, I'm feeling a "deep sense of injustice" myself right about now. Call me crazy.


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