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SHADOWLAND—PART 8: Jeffrey Epstein and Shadowland’s Deals with the Devil

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IMPORTANT EDITOR’S NOTE: Starting with natural events most people can comprehend but ultimately leading to the supra-natural, this online investigative series highlights just a hint of the groundwork covered in Dr. Thomas Horn’s upcoming expose, Shadowland (FROM DEFENDER PUBLISHING IN MARCH).

PART 1 / PART 2 / PART 3 / PART 4 / PART 5 / PART 6 / PART 7

In the last entry we introduced a sample of the Deep State “body count lists” examined in the upcoming book Shadowland with the promise that in this segment we would discuss the man on everybody’s mind so recently linked to such inventories—well-connected billionaire and convicted sex offender and trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.

That said, how many know Epstein’s association with powerful financial, political, foreign and domestic spy agencies, organized crime and intelligence assets, private research facilities like the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, monster media conglomerates including the New York Times, and countless other cultural elites (hundreds of whom he likely was blackmailing. His infamous “little black book” held the names of over a thousand such individuals he secretly recorded during their sordid orgies at his private island and luxury homes using “bugging” devices, two-way mirrors, and cameras hidden inside walls [and at least one woman’s sensational claims say she was forced in these facilities to have sex with Joe Biden])[i] was also connected to dark pedophilic sex magic?

Before I bring that to light, let me state the obvious.

Epstein was a wealthy financier who molested and facilitated the molestation of numerous children. “After an investigation, prosecution, and plea negotiations, Epstein pleaded guilty and was convicted by a Florida state court of ‘soliciting a prostitute’ and of procuring an underage girl for prostitution on June 30, 2008. He served almost 13 months in custody, with work release, as part of a plea deal; federal officials had identified 36 girls, some as young as 14 years old, who had been molested. Epstein was arrested again on July 6, 2019, on federal charges for sex trafficking of minors in Florida and New York. He died on August 10, 2019, in his jail cell.”[ii]

On July 23, three weeks prior to his death, Epstein was found unconscious in his jail cell with injuries to his neck. After that incident, he was placed on suicide watch. Six days later on July 29, Epstein was taken off suicide watch and placed in a special housing unit with another inmate. The jail had informed the Justice Department that Epstein would have a cellmate and that a guard would look into the cell every 30 minutes. These procedures were not followed on the night of his death. On August 9, Epstein’s cellmate was transferred out, and no new replacement cellmate was brought in. Later in the evening, in violation of the jail’s normal procedure, Epstein was not being checked every 30 minutes. The two guards who were assigned to check his jail unit that night [claimed to have fallen] asleep and did not check on him for about three hours. In the morning, he was found dead.

Epstein’s removal from suicide watch so soon after he was found with injuries to his neck, and in such a high-security federal facility, left some prison experts “stunned and angry”. Attorney General Barr ordered an investigation by the Department of Justice Inspector General in addition to the investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, saying that he was “appalled” by Epstein’s death in federal custody. Two days later Barr said there had been “serious irregularities” in the prison’s handling of Epstein, promising “We will get to the bottom of what happened, and there will be accountability.”

In the evening before Epstein died, he was in good spirits according to a source familiar with Epstein’s case. Epstein told one of his lawyers before they left on Friday, the day before his death, that “I’ll see you Sunday.” Throughout his meetings with his lawyers, which occurred seven days a week and lasted up to 12 hours a day, he was positive. Epstein was confident that he was going to win the double-jeopardy motion in connection with his related 2008 Florida conviction. Epstein also had hope that on appeal that he would get bail. The appeal was pending before the US Second Circuit Court of Appeals at the time of his death. On July 23, Epstein was found unconscious in his jail cell with injuries to his neck. Epstein told his lawyers that his cellmate, the cop, had roughed him up.

The circumstances surrounding Epstein’s ‘suicide’ quickly spawned questions and doubt, with President Trump tweeting one suggestion that Bill Clinton was involved in his murder[iii] (numerous reports show “Bill Clinton flew on Epstein’s private jet [also known as the Lolita Express] four, 11, or 26 times, depending on who’s counting”).[iv]

Of course, as I was writing Shadowland I was fully aware the Clintons could point out that Donald Trump was at one time a friend of Epstein’s too, and perhaps had the pedophile murdered to conceal negative information related to their friendship, something that Trump-abhorring Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) has tried to infer.[v] It should also be noted that at some point the friendship between Trump and Epstein ended, with the president claiming he banned Epstein from his Mar-a-Lago resort for sexual misconduct toward a masseuse. The New York Times claims the falling out actually occurred “after a failed business arrangement between them”[vi] involving rival bids for the same Palm Beach estate, which Trump was awarded.

“I knew him like everybody in Palm Beach knew him,” President Trump said last year. “I had a falling out with him a long time ago, I don’t think I’ve spoken to him for 15 years, I wasn’t a fan.”[vii]

Whatever the case, besides Trump weighing in on Epstein’s suspicious death, Lynne Patton, the regional administrator at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, posted on Instagram that Epstein had been “Hillary’d!!” She added the hashtag, “#VinceFosterPartTwo,”[viii] a reference to the former Clinton aide we wrote about in the last entry whose death by suicide has also been questioned.

Republican political consultant and Fox News commentator Harlan Z. Hill added his two-cents: “Dead men tell no tales. Just as Jeffrey Epstein starts to name names, he decides to kill himself? Mkay. Totally believable.”[ix]

U.S. Representative Al Green agreed: “The suicide of Mr. Epstein is an impossibility. When an impossibility occurs involving powerful people and possible criminality there must be an investigation to end speculation. Because the public has a right to know, I’m calling for a congressional investigation.[x]

And not all doubters of the official Epstein ‘suicide’ narrative were conservatives. Ultra-liberal Trump-hater Joe Scarborough even tweeted: “A guy who had information that would have destroyed rich and powerful men’s lives ends up dead in his jail cell. How predictably…Russian.”[xi]

Another Trump-despiser and former U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill let the world know what she thought as well, saying, “Something stinks to high heaven. How does someone on suicide watch hang himself with no intervention? Impossible. Unless…”[xii]

If you too find yourself not buying the “Epstein killed himself in jail by hanging” storyline, according to a Rasmussen poll you are soundly among 70% of Americans who also question the ‘suicide’ conclusion.

“The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that only 29% of American Adults believe Epstein actually committed suicide while in jail. Forty-two percent (42%) think Epstein was murdered to prevent him from testifying against powerful people with whom he associated.”[xiii]

Nevertheless, on Friday, August 16 (2019), the New York City Chief Medical Examiner’s office announced the “official cause” of Epstein’s death was “suicide by hanging,”[xiv] a statement immediately renounced by Epstein’s attorneys as well as several health experts.



“We are not satisfied with the conclusions of the medical examiner” Epstein’s lawyers immediately reacted, adding that they fully intended to conduct their “own independent and complete investigation into the circumstances and cause of Mr. Epstein’s death.”[xv] That inquiry has already resulted in the conclusion that “Jeffrey Epstein’s eyes had burst capillaries… suggesting that the convicted pedophile was likely murdered through manual strangulation and did not hang himself, a forensic pathologist says in a TV interview.”[xvi]

Early on, Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel counted himself among qualified health experts who raised doubts about the ‘suicide’ ruling, publicly maintaining it was “more likely” Epstein’s death was murder, a conclusion he reached following (among other things) an autopsy that found broken bones in his neck.

“The hyoid bone in the neck being fractured and other fractures in the neck, make it… more likely that it was a homicide than a suicide,” Siegel said during an interview on “America’s Newsroom.”[xvii]

Though the hyoid bone is small and has been known to break by hanging (especially in older people), it more often provides tell-tale clues that the person was strangled.

In fact, top Forensic Pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht appeared on FOX Business Network on August 14 (2019) and stated only 1% of the time do hanging deaths result in broken Hyoid bones.[xviii]

Dr. Wecht, who has consulted many high-profile criminal cases (including the Warren Commission’s conclusions on the assassination of JFK) is a lawyer and doctor. He pointed out during his interview with Lisa Kennedy on Fox that an extensive Montreal study had found only 2 of 239 hanging deaths (less than 1%) resulted in a broken Hyoid bone.[xix]

Following his initial interview on the Epstein death, Dr. Mark Siegel came back on the news discussing additional bombshell and highly suggestive facts from the autopsy that showed “hemorrhaging in the throat when he died,” also a sign of strangulation and not hanging according to experts who increasingly believe Epstein was murdered.[xx]

A couple days after Dr. Siegel’s commentary, Dr. Jane Orient, the executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons and president of Doctors for Disaster Preparedness admitted she too was not convinced by the hanging story, adding, “There is a motive for a lot of people to really want him dead. With probably enough money to contrive to bring that about.”

In an interview with WND, Orient pointed out how facts about death by hanging “are well known, since it was used as a form of execution for years. It takes about 1,000 foot-pounds of force to break neck bones and end life.”

How could that have happened, she continued, “in a cell with an eight-or nine-foot ceiling, with a bunk bed about seven feet high and a six-foot-tall man.

“According to publicly released information,” she continued, “some bones in Jeffrey Epstein’s neck were fractured, including the hyoid. The other bones of the neck are the cervical vertebrae – not so easily broken.”

Orient then noted that for a 200-pound man, a death by hanging needs a drop of about five feet. “There is no trap door in the cell … nor is there a movable ladder to stand on,” she explained.[xxi]

In October 2019, famous forensic pathologist Michael Baden (New York City’s former chief medical examiner) not only agreed with the conclusions above but went on record saying Jeffrey Epstein was indeed murdered in his opinion and warned that other people with information Epstein had could be at risk of joining the Body Count list.[xxii] New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio followed by agreeing: “Something doesn’t fit here.”[xxiii]

Besides the anomalies mentioned above, further inconsistencies connected to Epstein’s death for which some question the official narrative and suggest a cover up was perpetrated were recently posted by myself and Gateway Pundit. An adapted partial list of our findings include:

  • Before he died, Epstein said he was considering cooperating in “naming names” in his international sex ring.
  • Two days prior to his death documents released for the first time implicated several top Democrats in his pedo sex ring.
  • Epstein had dirt on numerous other globalist elites as well.
  • He was taken off suicide watch after a failed attempt just two weeks earlier.
  • His cellmate was removed and he was left in isolation—unusual for a suicidal individual—and perhaps even more telling is that guards told the cellmate there would be a “price to pay” if he talked about circumstance surrounding the alleged suicide.[xxiv]
  • The cameras reportedly malfunctioned so that there was no video (even Mexico had video of El Chapo’s escape from prison).
  • Then, in August 2019, it was reported that at least one camera “stationed in the hallway outside billionaire financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s prison cell had footage” but we were told it “was deemed unusable.”[xxv]
  • Later it was reported the cameras showed the guards did not do rounds, causing Gateway Pundit to ask, “Which is it?”
  • Finally—in what by now had become laughable—the surveillance video from Epstein’s “suicide attempt was destroyed by accident, prosecutors say.”[xxvi]
  • The prison guards said they “forgot” to check on Epstein and slept through their shift.
  • There were reports of screaming from his cell the morning Epstein died.
  • The MCC (prison where Epstein was locked up) had not seen a successful suicide in 40 years prior.
  • Epstein said he was the victim of attempted murder three weeks earlier.
  • Epstein was not given paper sheets (which would have made hanging more difficult).
  • Epstein was not suicidal according to medical professionals.
  • Epstein told his lawyers on Friday, a day before his death, “See you Sunday.”[xxvii]

The list above will undoubtedly grow for years to come as new forensic details come to light and motives of whoever might have wanted Epstein dead are evaluated, followed by possible interrogations. But Michael Brenner—professor of international affairs at the University of Pittsburgh thinks he knows how this all will ultimately end:

The Department of Justice, led by Trump’s lackey Attorney General William Barr, will insist on controlling all aspects of the investigation. If they can turn up a few snippets regarding the Clintons, they will leak them. Then, the entire affair will slip from public view. We have become expert at losing the past in the mists of the present—like the fog rolling through the Golden Gate—that erase all images on a regular 24-hour cycle.

So, a year of two from now, there will be a low-key announcement that the investigation has found nothing that calls into question the conclusion that Epstein indeed committed suicide—alone and of his own volition. His earlier alleged crimes will be said to be excluded by the statute of limitations or the absence of credible evidence due in part to the deaths of certain principals. One negligent guard will be singled out for dereliction of duty; a letter of reprimand will be placed in his personnel file and he will be punished by a denial of coffee breaks for a full two weeks. Maybe, just maybe, the American Psychiatric Association will devise some new guidelines re. Suicide Watches in prison—without specifically mentioning this incident.[xxviii]

Despite what Brenner writes, I provide significant evidence in Shadowland that something far deeper will come to light from the Epstein conflagrations that will finally implicate numerous pedophile elite, and together with that, an occult underbelly exposed.

Why do I say that?

Because there’s a lot more to this story than what the “Low Information Voters” and “Drive-by Media” (as Rush Limbaugh likes to call them) are aware of—secrets that until now were only known by Epstein and his inner circle that will be thoroughly disclosed in my upcoming expose Shadowland.

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[xix] Ibid










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