"Don't believe what you are hearing"
These are the chilling words that a prison source told Spencer Kuvin, the lawyer who stands with the victims of Jeffrey Epstein. The disgraced financier's death is being ruled out as a suicide but Kuvin's source, who is an anonymous prison worker, informs the lawyer that Epstein committing suicide is "highly unlikely".
While it was reported that Epstein had made a noose out of a sheet, Kuvin's source tells a different story.
According to his source, Kuvin tells The Sun that the cell Epstein was in had CCTV, the exact words the source used was "every square inch". This meant that there should be a video that captured what had happened in Epstein's cell.
In a statement, Kuvin told the Sun "
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Kuvin said: "I received a call from a supervisor at the MCC, which is the jail that Mr Epstein was held. The first words out of his mouth, to be honest, were, 'Don't believe what you are hearing' in regards to Epstein's death."
He continued "I had a lengthy conversation with him about the issue of security within MCC and he gave me a fairly detailed description of the interior of the jail, which led me to believe that he was credible. He told me how the SHU (special housing unit) where Mr. Epstein was kept was basically designed to be a jail within the jail."
The lawyer finds the bizarre death being as claimed suicide "highly suspicious" in many ways. For one, if the reports of no CCTV capturing Epstein's death was true, then, agreeing with the source who claims" it would mean that they'd either shut the cameras off or they were not functioning in some way".
Another detail that makes no sense was that Epstein's cellmate was taken from his cell just hours before Epstein's death. Kuvin commented on the purpose of a cellmate either being someone who was on suicide watch or there to notify guards if something is happening. For him, the fact that they pulled the cellmate is not only one level above negligent, it also appears intentional. With that, the lawyer said, "It was almost as though they did it so that no one could see what was going to happen the following day."
For Kuvin, who met Epstein three times in court to represent his victims, cannot imagine Epstein ever having the "resolve" or even "bravery" to commit suicide. "He didn't seem capable of suicide... He never seemed to be a remorseful individual".
In detail, Kuvin says that Epstein "always seemed highly intelligent, arrogant, self-assured, confident. Never thought he did anything wrong, even in light of all the evidence against him, he basically just blamed the victims and had an incredible ego about himself and someone with that type of ego just never struck me as someone that could possibly commit suicide."
For Kuvin, Epstein's character never really suggested that he can do such a thing. He even told them that Epstein hid under layers of lawyers both for his civil and criminal cases that he, Kuvin, cannot even count the number of people who represented Epstein in court.
The famous lawyer who stands with Epstein's victims also agrees with people's suspicion that Epstein did not commit suicide, he was murdered. He himself foretold this scenario taking place as an act to silence Epstein, as he knew too much. That this was done at the command of the convicted pedophile's powerful pals.
Kuvin also covers the neck injury that Epstein's autopsy covered that suggests the fracture did not happen because of Epstein tying himself up but rather him being tied down. While the case to finding answers on Epstein's death is going on, Kuvin, who represents three of Epstein's victims tells The Sun that he and Epstein's victims are going for co-conspirators. One of which is Ghislaine Maxwell, the high profile socialite believed to be Epstein's muse in grooming underage girls.
In addition to Kuvin telling the press about his prison source, his suspicions, and opinions, he also talked about the dismay that the victims felt towards the trail of this case. However, Epstein's victims are relieved that the convicted pedophile is gone and no threat to anyone now. Kuvin, the victims he represents in court and other victims as well are now pursuing for a full investigation. This is to cover the remaining co-conspirators, one of which Kuvin emphasized, was Ghislaine Maxwell, whose situation is still unknown.