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Difficult to commit suicide while on "suicide watch"

PostMon Aug 12, 2019 10:19 am

It's yet to be known by the American public if Jeffrey Epstein actually killed himself, or how he could do that while on suicide watch by "hanging." Here's how it's really done, by a demi-Jew Markoff who knew what he was doing and planned his own suicide in great detail:
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'Craigslist Killer' Philip Markoff Wrote Ex-Fiancee's Name in Blood as He Killed Himself
By MICHELE MCPHEE BOSTON
Aug. 16, 2010

"Craigslist Killer" Philip Markoff wrote his ex-fiancee's name, "Megan," in blood on a wall as he killed himself in his jail cell on the anniversary of what was supposed to have been his wedding, ABC News has learned.

Markoff, a former medical student, also wrote a second word in blood -- what looked like "pocket" -- as part of his elaborate suicide, a source said.

The former medical student evidently used an object shaved into a razor to slash major arteries in his ankles, legs and neck, and wrote the words in blood, sources told ABC News. He wrapped his wounds in plastic, covered his head with a plastic bag and stuffed toilet paper down his throat so jail authorities could not resuscitate him, then covered himself head-to-toe with a blanket, sources added.

After several cell checks, a deputy sheriff noted that Markoff's body hadn't moved and made a "health and welfare check on him," said a source at the Nashua Street Jail.

"They pulled the cover back and it was a bloodbath,'' said another law enforcement source at the jail. "Her name was in a prominent place in the cell."

Amid Markoff's evidently elaborate suicide strategy, Boston City Councilor Steve Murphy has ordered an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the suicide.

"He clearly knew what he was doing,'' said a law enforcement source at the jail. "There were multiple cuts and he suffocated himself with a plastic bag and swallowed a wad of toilet paper."

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Officials initially thought the blood-splattered instrument on Markoff was a razor. Later, an official told ABC News that Markoff managed to fashion "a razor out of a jail-issued pen," while another official said he made it from a "silver receptacle plate" that covered an old electrical outlet.

Markoff reportedly had attempted to kill himself two prior times at the facility after his arrest in April 2009.

On April 21, 2009, as Markoff was transported from Boston police headquarters to the Nashua Street Jail, he stuffed wads of toilet paper down his pants telling detectives, "I might need this later," ABC News reported.

Hours later, Markoff made his first suicide attempt. He pulled leather strips out of his boat shoes, tied them together, and tried to hang himself from the bars on his cell. He was transferred to a secure medical unit and put under 24-hour suicide watch.

On April 30, 2009, a day after his fiancee, Megan McAllister, broke up with him in jail, he attempted to rake a serrated spoon over his wrist.

Family of Julissa Brisman Reacts to Phillip Markoff Suicide
Murphy, chairman of the Public Safety Committee, suggested that Markoff may have met with foul play. But that theory was dismissed by Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis and Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley.

"Markoff was alone in his cell, and all evidence collected thus far indicates that he took his own life," Conley and Davis said in a joint statement.

Officials at the 654-bed maximum security jail did not say how long he may have been dead.

ABC News reported he severed his femoral artery and wrapped his leg in a clear plastic garbage bag. He also pulled another bag over his head.

Markoff was awaiting trial for the murder of Julissa Brisman, a woman he found on Craigslist offering sensual massage. Markoff was charged with robbing two other women offering similar services on Craigslist.

Markoff's death denies Brisman's family a long-awaited opportunity to confront him and hear the details of their loved one's final moments, said Djuna Perkins, an attorney for Brisman's mother, Carmen Guzman.

"First, he took their daughter from them, then he denied that opportunity for them," Perkins said. "Many people who deal with homicide never get over it, but the criminal trial allows them to confront the suspect, hear the evidence and reach some resolution in the case."

Perkins said Markoff was determined to commit suicide.

"He was somebody who had an anatomical knowledge. He was a smart guy. I'm sure he could find plenty of time to think," Perkins said.
---https://abcnews.go.com/US/TheLaw/craigslist-killer-philip-markoff-swallowed-toilet-paper-revived/story?id=11413302
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Re: Difficult to commit suicide while on "suicide watch"

PostMon Aug 12, 2019 12:50 pm

Swampsong posted on RT....

Epstein held the keys to a Pandora's box full of political and
plutocratic criminals. Is he dead? Flown back under the cover
of shadows to the Israeli State of Khazaria (Birobidzhan?*)
or some designated private island? We'll never know the truth
behind Epstein & Friends Evil Adventures.

*https://en.metapedia.org/wiki/Birobidzhan

No "Conspiracy-Theory" Needed:

https://www.rt.com/op-ed/466271-epstein ... spiracies/
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Re: Difficult to commit suicide while on "suicide watch"

PostMon Aug 12, 2019 7:09 pm


Thoughtful article on RT, but it doesn't mention Jeffrey's MOSSAD connection. Whether he killed himself, which is doubtful, or whether the MOSSAD had him silenced, it was good for the Jew. He would have been a ZERO to Jewry had he talked, instead he'll now be a HERO, not unlike like Baruch Goldstein: https://mondoweiss.net/2013/07/murderer ... goldstein/

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Excerpt:
Anyone claiming this time last week that Epstein wouldn't make it to trial because too many very rich and very important people would be dragged in would of course have been dismissed as a "conspiracy theorist."

But this morning, it's the "don't be so stupid, of course he'll make it to the courtroom" brigade who are looking rather silly – and you could also argue, quite naive.

If this means we get more open discussion on "conspiracy theories," it can only be a good thing. Here's why. When it comes to conspiracy theories, there are three types of people. There are well-paid, establishment gatekeepers who routinely use the CT term to gaslight people and close down legitimate debate. At the same time, these gatekeepers are themselves often the biggest pushers of conspiracy theories – but only when it comes to "official enemies." Let's not forget that the deadliest conspiracy theory of this century so far was the one suggesting that Iraq possessed WMDs in 2003. It was, by and large, peddled by those who routinely scoff at conspiracy theorists and label them "cranks." The same people are also very quick to blame Russia for just about everything, regardless of the lack of hard evidence.

The second category are those who seem to believe everything – or at least almost everything – is a conspiracy. The Moon landings were faked. Elvis never died. Sandy Hook never happened. Every terrorist attack is a "false-flag." I was once accused by someone at a public meeting of being a member of 'Agenda 21.' The fact that I didn't know what she was on about was proof that I was really an 'Agenda 21 agent.'

The third category – and this is where surely all sensible people are – accept that while not everything is a conspiracy, it's actually quite daft to think conspiracies never occur, especially when people involved are very wealthy and very powerful and the stakes are extremely high.

Put another way, did you really think, deep down, given who he was, the people who he was associated with – and the nature of the allegations – that Epstein's case would ever get to court? Be honest. I'd reckon about 90 percent, even though they might not publicly admit it, would entertain serious doubts.

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