Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (What is the deal with this Jeffrey Epstein?)

I honestly didn’t know much about this case, but after hearing that this guy committed suicide in jail I decided to read up a little on this story. To my understanding Jeffrey Epstein was some rich guy that allegedly engaged in child prostitution of underage girls. When the authorities finally caught up to him he was spending time in jail. To my understanding he tried to commit suicide once so the jailers put him on a suicide watch. Then they decided to take him off the watch, and remove his cell mate leaving him there all alone. Does this sound fishy to you? It does to me. Now here is a story of what they are trying to accomplish:

https://www.aol.com/article/news/2019/08/13/epsteins-accusers-say-now-hes-dead-the-government-should-rescind-the-generous-2007-plea-deal-which-protected-his-accomplices/23792655/

From what I heard this guy had a lot of big name celebrities hook up with his underage girls. The names of those involved were basically unknown and private. Should this information now be let out? Getting involved with underage girls is considered to be a crime. Anyone who engages in such activity is supposed to face justice. I don’t think that they should escape justice just because this guy had money. The answers to certain things can still be found even though he is now deceased. It would be interesting to hear the names of the celebrities who committed these acts. Of course, everyone should be innocent until “proven  guilty.” This man partied with Presidents, most notably Bill Clinton and Donald Trump. Both of these Presidents were at some point known to have very heathy sexual appetites. Time hopefully will tell the story. Until then all we can do is speculate. Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.

Famed guitarist Paul Jackson Jr. in concert with Brett Jolly on bass guitar

Paul Jackson Jr.

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