Adam Klasfeld @KlasfeldReports Reporter, @CourthouseNews: NYC+Int’l. RTs=What's it to ya? adam[at]adamklasfeld[dot]com PGP Fingerprint: F427 EE3B 6F05 E5D5 785B 775B 2C74 683C 219D 91DC Aug. 10, 2019 1 min read

First reaction: There should be hearings as to how this was allowed to happen to a key witness in an investigation involving a global sex-trafficking conspiracy.

Second reaction: A former federal prosecutor informs me about this secord-order effect in terms of legal procedure.

Third question:

Were reports accurate that Epstein was on suicide watch, a status that typically would have put him under 24-hour watch and removed any objects that could be used for self-harm from his cell?

Follow-up on that:

Various reports state that Epstein had been removed from suicide watch.

If so, BOP guidelines require written justification for such a decision.  https://www.bop.gov/policy/progstat/5324_008.pdf 

One more open question from an ex-federal prosecutor as to what happens to forfeiture of Epstein’s Upper East Side mansion.

The ex-prosecutor cited the Enron case. Here’s what he told me.

I’ll follow up on this after the weekend.
 https://www.nytimes.com/2006/07/06/business/worldbusiness/06iht-estate.2129075.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share 


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