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    Senior Member Banacek's Avatar
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    Two correctional employees responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein reportedly rejected a plea deal which may indicate that the Department of Justice is considering criminal charges.

    The two guards on duty the night that convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide turned down the federal prosecutorsí offer for a plea deal which would have them admit to falsifying records, sources familiar with the matter told The Associated Press.

    On duty at the understaffed Metropolitan Correctional Center where the 66-year-old financier was found dead of an apparent suicide, the two prison staff members were suspected of fabricating log entries to show they had checked on Epstein every 30 minutes as they were required.

    The very existence of a plea offer seems to indicate that criminal charges are being considered by the Justice Department against the guards, who have both been placed on administrative leave pending the investigation by the FBI and the Justice Departmentís inspector general, the AP reported.
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    I guess both of them will suddenly choke on a chicken bone
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Old White Man View Post
    I guess both of them will suddenly choke on a chicken bone

    I don't know. I've seen situations in the juvenile system in which the staff in a lock-down didn't make the 30 minute checks required in MI juvenile facilities and bad things happened (usually rape). A lot of times it happens because of understaffing. If management directed them to falsify the documentation of doing their room checks, then they will have a free lawyer from their union and it might be worth fighting out in court.
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