Two jail guards for Jeffrey Epstein charged with cover-up in his suicide


Two prison guards who allegedly fell asleep on duty the night that accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide in a jail cell were in federal court in New York yesterday as Steve casting down reports the pair were brought up on criminal charges federal grand jury indicted two corrections officers who worked in the special housing unit at the metropolitan correctional center where Jeffrey apps dean committed suicide in August the indictment says that Tober Noel and Michael Thomas did not check on apps the in another detainees as they were supposed to overnight and instead surf the web for sales on furniture and sports news the indictment says for two hour period the guards did not move while at their desks and they appear to have fallen asleep the pair pleaded not guilty to conspiracy and filing falsified records in federal court in Manhattan yesterday attorney Jason

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