Reply to "Jeffery Epstein dead!"

I've heard, through the news reporting, about the Epstein death how that many of his victims were angry that Epstein has, yet once again, escaped justice for his acts by taking the "easy way out".  For me, and I know that these girls wanted, and deserved, to be able to look him in the eye and see his face as he was sentenced, hopefully to a long term in jail.   The fact remains though that Epstein received the ultimate penalty, the death penalty, and death by hanging at that.  for his crimes.  Furthermore unlike those who were hanged for their crimes, in the United States, his hanging was one that most likely brought more pain to him than if carried out by the state.  In a proper hanging method , as capitol punishment, it was an art form to be done from a certain drop height, size of rope, based on the person's weight that would insure a quick, relatively painless (as possible for the method) death by severing the spine quickly.  By hanging himself,if that's what he did, then it wasn't by the required height nor with a strong rope sufficient to do the job as with capitol punishment so he most likely suffered more than if done by the state and given his crimes he surely wouldn't have gotten the death penalty.

No doubt if convicted he would have received some jail time but possibly with what he knew he could have weaseled out of serving the full sentence and there was always the possibility he could have gotten off on some technicality or double jeopardy claim or based upon past agreements with the feds.  This way he did receive the ultimate penalty, of death, for his crimes it just wasn't carried out by the state and his victims was not able to see his face or moments when he realized his punishment.  That's assuming though that he did kill himself and was not murdered.  I'm not sure that is what happened either given all he knew and could potentially reveal.  The fact that he was not on suicide watch, alone, this close to his last, reported, attempt, if that is what it was, is surely evidence of either gross negligence on the part of Justice officials or some nefarious act in order to assure, or pave the way for, his demise.  

There are surely several people who are breathing a bit easier today with the news of his demise but very possibly he left some notes or information that has yet to be revealed or found that could still implement those that should be revealed, for their deeds.  Any, reasonable, person who knows the reputation of Bill Clinton and realizing that he took many flights on Epstein's plane often without his secret service contingent and to Epstein's island and properties, can theorize with fair certainty that Bill Clinton was one who also participated in the acts but also I would think, and believe, that given the familiarity of the US President to the population, even young girls, that his name would have or will come up among the victims and that they might even seek a monetary judgment  from him at this late point.  The fact is thought that most will most likely get away with it and at the most some will suffer embarrassment at being revealed.  I seriously doubt that there will be any indictments or judgments against these people.

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