We see it all the time in movies – the systemic corruption, lying, and covering up cops do to watch each other’s backs – but rarely is the systemic normalcy of such a practice come to light in reality.
Well, in the Manhattan jail where Jeffrey Epstein was held, and where we are told he died, it seems that falsifying records is so common that the decision was made NOT to prosecute the two guards who fell asleep while on watch for falsifying the report on the incident.
He said: “These facilities are severely understaffed. You have to figure out what you’re going to do.”
“There are some decisions sometimes you have to make that are just not following through with the policy. The manpower doesn’t allow you to do it.”
“If you’re going to charge [Noel and Thomas], you have to charge the whole system. Because the whole system is broken.”
As part of the pre-arranged deal, Noel, 32, and Thomas, 43, will have to cooperate with the federal investigation into Epstein’s death, complete 100 hours of community service, and be subject to supervised release for six months.
“After a thorough investigation, and based on the facts of this case and the personal circumstances of the defendants, the Government has determined that the interests of justice will best be served by deferring prosecution,” the agreement says.
Only in America.
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