Prosecutors Tell Judge ‘Missing’ Surveillance Footage Outside of Epstein’s Prison Cell on Night of Suicide Attempt Has Been Found

The Gateway Pundit | 12/20/2019 | Staff
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Prosecutors told a judge on Friday that the ‘missing‘ surveillance footage outside of Epstein’s prison cell on the night of his suicide attempt in July has been found.

In a letter to a judge, US Attorney Geoffrey Berman said footage from Epstein’s suicide attempt in July has been located and the government is in the process of obtaining a copy.

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NBC New York reported:

Video surveillance footage of the jailhouse area outside of accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s cell from the time of his first reported suicide effort in July was located, according to prosecutors.

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U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman wrote an update to Judge Kenneth Karas on Thursday, saying the Metropolitan Correctional Center confirmed that the video initially believed to be missing was “preserved” by MCC staff after lawyers for Epstein’s former cellmate, Nick Tartaglione, requested it in July.

On Wednesday, Tartaglione’s lawyers claimed the footage they had planned to use to argue that the former Westchester police officer had saved Epstein’s life in his first suicide attempt on July 23 was lost.

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“We were told that it was not retained,” said one of those lawyers, Bruce Barket, in an email to CNBC.

Prosecutors on Thursday were in the process of obtaining a copy of the video from the jail, according to Berman’s letter. Once it’s available, Tartaglione’s lawyers will be able...
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