There's News of Another Epstein 'Suicide'

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Jean-Luc Brunel, the man who was the alleged procurer for Jeffrey Epstein, providing him hundreds of women and girls to have sex with, has died in an alleged prison suicide in France.


Brunel was in prison awaiting trial for the rape of Virginia Roberts Giuffre. He was alleged to have been a part of the underage sex ring that involved Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, according to the Daily Mail.

Prosecutors in Paris confirmed Brunel was found hanging in his cell in La Santé, in the south of the capital city, in the early hours of Saturday morning. It is not known whether Brunel was sharing a cell or whether there was any CCTV footage inside.

‘A night patrol found his lifeless body at about 1am,’ said an investigating source. ‘A judicial enquiry has been launched, and early evidence points to suicide.’

If that didn’t cause your eyebrows to go up enough in comparison to what happened to Jeffrey Epstein, how about this part?

“However video cameras were not running at the time he died in the cell he shared with another inmate,” the Daily Mail continued.

Just like Epstein. Epstein was found dead from an alleged suicide in his prison cell in New York on August 10, 2019, while awaiting trial for trafficking minors for sex and multiple rapes. Funny how the prison cameras never seem to be working.

This follows in the same week that Great Britain’s Prince Andrew entered into a settlement with Giuffre over a lawsuit over alleged sexual abuse against her. Giuffre has alleged that she was ‘trafficked’ to the prince at least three times when she was 17. Andrew has denied the allegations and made no admissions in his statement on the matter. The financial terms have not been revealed.


According to the NY Post:

In his stunning settlement Tuesday — which sources told The Post was for $12 million — Andrew signed a gag order to stop him from denying in the future that he had sex with Giuffre when she was 17, the Telegraph reported.

The agreement comes despite his repeated denials of Giuffre’s allegations of sex abuse against him — including a 2019 interview in which he claimed that he had no memory of ever meeting her.

Tuesday’s deal did not involve the accuser’s silence, with Giuffre’s attorney David Boies previously confirming to the Sun that she did not sign a nondisclosure agreement.

Ghislaine Maxwell was still alive, at last check.

I’ll leave you with this question: how does a list of the Freedom Convoy donors get leaked, but not the list of Epstein’s clients?


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