His death was a welcome relief for some of the most powerful men on Earth.
He had broken bones in his neck that are tough to explain.
And we’re still being asked to believe that billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s death was a simple hanging.
So why are key witnesses being kept from telling what they REALLY know?
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Attorney Bruce Barket made a bombshell accusation in a scathing letter sent to a New York federal judge this week.
Barket claims that his client, Nicholas Tartaglione, is being threatened into silence on Epstein’s death.
Tartaglione’s name may ring a bell — and he may be one of the biggest pieces of filth currently rotting in a New York prison. He was a dirty cop who was busted for allegedly killing four men in a cocaine deal that went bad.
But Tartagalione was also reportedly Epstein’s final prison roommate — and he’d be a key witness in any serious inquiry into Epstein’s death.
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According to Barket, officials at New York’s Metropolitan Correctional Center have made clear that Tartaglione would face serious consequences if he talked.
“The clear message Mr. Tartaglione has received is that if he conveys information about the facility or about the recent suicide, there will be a price to pay,” Barket wrote.
Further, Tartaglione has reportedly been told to “shut up” and “stop talking,” Barket wrote.
The letter was published by a handful of media outlets, and it shows that Barket clearly is concerned about Tartaglione’s safety.
And Barket certainly knows plenty about the criminal justice system. He’s been practicing criminal law for more than 30 years and was a former prosecutor on Long Island.
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Tartaglione may be particularly dangerous, not just because of what he knows about Epstein — but also because of what he knows about conditions at the Metropolitan Correctional Center.
So what answers could Tartaglione provide about Epstein’s suspicious… and suspiciously timed… death?
It’s time for the U.S. Department of Justice to step in and find out the truth: countless Epstein victims deserve at least that.
The Horn editorial team