3 Signs the Epstein Story Isn’t Going Away
There have been 3 developments in the Jeffrey Epstein case in the last month or so. WeAreChange snuck onto Epstein Island, Project Veritas released leaked audio of a USA ABC host lamenting being muzzled on Epstein, and experienced forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden publicly stated his view that the autopsy of “Epstein points to homicide rather than suicide”. Haven’t you heard? Epstein didn’t kill himself. Let’s dive in.
There have been three developments in the Jeffrey Epstein case in the last month or so. WeAreChange snuck onto Epstein Island, Project Veritas released leaked audio of a USA ABC host lamenting being muzzled on Epstein, and experienced forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden publicly stated his view that the autopsy of “Epstein points to homicide rather than suicide”. Haven’t you heard? Epstein didn’t kill himself. This story isn’t going away. Let’s dive in.
We Are Change Infiltrates Epstein’s Caribbean ‘Pedo Island’
Luke Rudkowski, founder of WeAreChange and Jeff Berwick of The Dollar Vigilante infiltrated Epstein Island – documenting creepy statues, secluded massage areas and the creepy boarded up temple. All remarkably well maintained and squeaky clean.
It’s disappointing that they didn’t go deeper and try to uncover evidence of tunnels being filled in, as residents on neighboring islands had claimed that they had heard the sounds of explosions coming from the island.
What’s also interesting is the fact that while the story has been picked up by numerous MSM outlets, the original YouTube video only shows just over half a million views. Could YouTube be manipulating the view count as damage control? It wouldn’t be the first time YouTube manipulated traffic to bury or promote a story. Does anyone remember the phony ‘grassroots’ CIA psyop that was the Kony 2012 campaign?
Project Veritas/ABC Leaks
Project Veritas today released insider footage of ABC co-anchor of Good Morning America, Amy Robach. The footage reveals Robach talking on a hot mic about being muzzled on publishing details about the Epstein case three years ago. Network executives feared ABC would lose access to the Royals due to the troubling links to Prince Andrew. “We were so afraid that we wouldn’t be able to interview Kate and Will … that also quashed the story”.
This revelation – though disappointingly not as much of a bombshell as they hyped it to be in the days before release – brings to light an important topic that I’ve been banging on about for some time. The corporate mainstream media are not fit to perform the role of fourth estate, or at least they are too easily compromised on the issues of major significance.
Public trust in institutions, in particular the mainstream media, is at all-time lows. In some ways, however, this cynicism and prosumerism is an improvement over blind consumption of media.
More people are accessing their news via digital sources and
social media than ever before, however social media remains the least trusted
source of news. People are being bombarded with questionable news every time
they compulsively check their phones, and cynicism is growing. While there may
be a ‘crisis of trust’ in the mainstream media, public trust in journalism is
still strong. It’s the editorial manipulation of good journalistic work to
protect advertising revenue that presents the obstacle to trust.
Dr. Baden: “evidence points toward homicide”
More on the topic of ‘Epstein didn’t kill himself’. This week, forensic pathologist and medical examiner Dr. Michael Baden revealed on Fox News the findings from his investigation into Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy. Dr. Baden claimed he was asked by Epstein’s ‘next of kin’, his brother-in-law, to be present at the autopsy. What he found were signs that were “unusual for suicidal hanging and more consistent with ligature homicidal strangulation” and went on to state that he believed that the “evidence points toward homicide rather than suicide”.
Dr. Michael Baden was born to a Jewish family in the Bronx, New York and has been involved in a number of high-profile cases and autopsies, including the trial of O.J. Simpson.
The narrative surrounding Jeffrey Epstein was initially that he committed suicide. After weeks of memes pointing out discrepancies in the case, such as the facts that he was supposed to be on suicide watch, that there was a mysterious guard changeover, that all of the security cameras ‘malfunctioned’ at the time – the establishment may very well be using Dr. Michael Baden to perform damage control.
The idea that a billionaire would go to prison, let alone overcome his narcissism for long enough to feel the shame necessary to commit suicide, is laughable. You can see here where I pointed out that the body wheeled out of the prison looks nothing like him due to differences in the ear and nose shape.
Last week, Tim Wilms spoke with the Melbourne chapter of WeAreChange and covered Jeffrey Epstein, human trafficking and sex work, the impacts of pornography addiction on male expectations of sex workers, social media censorship and taking back the power from the mainstream media through citizen journalism.
The topic is becoming so mainstreamed that the handler of the dog that killed ISIS founder Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi managed to slip a little redpill regarding Epstein into his media appearance.
Interestingly, the ‘Epstein didn’t kill himself’ memes are being retooled to bring the public consciousness back to the issue of the Las Vegas shooting. That disappeared from the media pretty quickly, didn’t it? Stay tuned to The Unshackled as we bring you more of the stories that matter. If you’re able, we would be really grateful for any support that you give us to continue our citizen journalism. You can support us on Subscribestar here.