A Short Note On Epstein By Walrus.


My father, a former intelligence person during WWII, explained to me that if a secret is to be preserved, two links in the chain of evidence, not just one, need to be broken.

Many of us predicted that Epstein, as a serial blackmailer of the rich and influential, would not live for very long in jail, yet I was still surprised at the speed of his demise. We discussed this in some detail in August.


I now note that two prison guards have been arrested and charged over apparent administrative failures surrounding Epsteins "suicide".


My fathers dictum suggests that the two guards are unlikely to stay alive if they were in any way willing accomplices in what was perhaps a murder.

Ghislaine Maxwell? If she is smart, she will bury herself in a kibbutz in deepest Israel. I don't think she has the ability to make the trade of her continued life in the West for silence.

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29 Responses to A Short Note On Epstein By Walrus.

  1. Vegetius says:

    But… but…
    AG Barr has ‘seen the video’ and said this was just another ‘perfect storm’ of screw-ups that no one could have foreseen.
    Like the 9/11 intel ‘failure’, the WMD hoax, and the 2007-08 meltdown.

  2. J says:

    Keep in mind that both Epstein and Maxwell were/are Israeli Military Intelligence Clandestine Officers. I still don’t understand why the AG (or POTUS) didn’t put Epstein and Maxwell under U,S, Military detention down at Gitmo until they could be held accountable in a prosecution environment. The only way to keep them alive was U.S. military custody. Of course Israeli Military Intelligence would have tried to get to Epstein/Maxwell even if they were in U.S. Military custody, it would have just made it quite a bit harder for the Israeli Military apparatus to get their hands on either one of them.
    If Maxwell or the Israeli Military Intelligence apparatus think that by hiding Maxwell inside Israel, that will keep Maxwell alive, wont work as too many enemies with lots of grudges against the Israeli Military Intelligence apparatus’s blackmail operation.
    It’s not nice to blackmail the U.S. establishment, there are repercussions. If the head of the Israeli Military Intelligence think they’re safe for running such a blackmail operation, they’re really stupid if they think that. They are a target for payback.

  3. Factotum says:

    Is there an ex-pat community in extradition-proof Qatar, made up of global miscreants?

  4. Upstate NY'er says:

    Larry, thanks for these very clarifying summaries, explaining the context.
    I don’t have the patience to follow all the plots, subplots,cast of hundreds and really bad lying.

  5. Fred says:

    The news reports were that the cameras were not working, so he needs to explain where the video came from.

  6. Fred says:

    “Send them to Gitmo” is just the kind of thing an actual dictator does.

  7. Eric Newhill says:

    It would be extremely audacious to kill two – not one, but two – more potential witnesses in jail, especially given the skepticism around the official story of Epstein’s death. I guess, on the other hand, they are in jail where former guards are not well liked. So you never know. I just find it hard to believe that “they” imagine they can get away with it. Then again, I guess if we can have Schiff preening and lecturing and fixating his bug eyes at the world every day, then the appearance of credibility is not an issue for the swamp. These are strange times.
    The bigger question to my mind is what is happening with all of the material that was taken from Epstein’s residences? That must be a treasure trove of incriminating evidence; a blackmailer’s most beautiful fantasy come true.

  8. Eric Newhill says:

    Having seen a pic of one of the guards, Tova Noel, for the first time, I am stunned. Not what I was expecting. Sister knows how to roll/play it for sure. But for such a person there are a thousand ways to die.

  9. Babak Makkinejad says:

    US, Canada, UK, Australia, and New Zealand will do nothing against Israel: they don’t have it in them to revise their religious beliefs.

  10. smoke says:

    It seems entirely possible that the guards regularly caught a few zzz’s on the overnight shift and generally treated it as light duty. If one wanted to be sure of it, then slipping something extra into their evening coffee could guarantee it.
    Disciplinary action, such as firing, seems appropriate. Criminal charges excessive, a blame the clerks -type of diversion, unless the aim is to discover whether the guards were complicit or simply negligent. Or to hold them so they cannot talk.

  11. J says:

    The FBI knows where Maxwell is hiding, it’s in the U.K.. They’re building a case against her. This should be making the Israeli Military Intelligence apparatus really nervous, as it would come out in court that the Pedophile blackmail operation has been an operation by Israeli Military Intelligence, not Mossad. I thought that the Mossad was behind it, but in digging back several years turned out that Epstein and Maxwell were Israeli Military Intelligence Clandestine Officers, not Mossad. One person that our FBI needs to get their mitts on is former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, as he is a treasure trove of the nitty gritty behind the Israeli Military Intelligence blackmail operation, as he was part of it. One has to remember that the Israeli Military Intelligence apparatus has been using children, children to blackmail U.S. personas as well as other international ones. Children used and abused by a very sick putrid organ called Israeli Military Intelligence.
    WHERE’S GHISLAINE? FBI ‘know where Ghislaine Maxwell is’ and are ‘building case against’ her’
    SHE’S been living undercover between the UK and the US since the Prince Andrew sex abuse storm erupted in August – but now cops know exactly where ‘pimp’ Ghislaine Maxwell is, an expert claims.

  12. ISL says:

    Walrus, just to hit a note of conspiracy theory, I really would have expected someone like Epstein to have a deadman insurance switch – somebody((s) in a third world country or Russia or elsewhere who would upon his death begin mailing to all the media outlets across the world really juicy items.
    The lack of that happening is consistent with his still being alive (zero proof that I know of) . In which case those guards are walking dead.
    In any case, why was there no deadman insurance switch?
    1. Epstein too full of himself
    2. He had one but it was compromised (but why one).

  13. Turcopolier says:

    “both Epstein and Maxwell were/are Israeli Military Intelligence Clandestine Officers” What is the evidence fir that? “Officers?” I doubt that. Assets? Maybe, if there is evidence.

  14. J says:

    This goes all the way back to the Iran Contra era. A former Israeli Intelligence Ari Ben-Manash who worked with Maxwell’s father was interviewed by Nativ’s Zev Shalev. Ben-Manash told Shalev that he met them both of them 40 years ago when he was working with Maxwell’s father. They were identified to Ben-Manash as agents for Israeli Military Intelligence.

  15. Barbara Ann says:

    Unless you accept that Epstein managed to break several neck vertebrae by leaping from a top bunk using bed sheets specially designed to not be strong enough for just such a purpose, we are already in the realm of conspiracy theories.
    My Occam’s razor has Epstein alive and well. Even if you wanted to kill him off and considered 1. likely, how could you be certain he didn’t have a deadman switch? Killing him needs the perpetrators to get into his cell either unnoticed or with the collusion of his guards, who, if they have any gray matter at all would know they are dead men walking afterwards. Disappearing him (into witness protection/whatever) by faking a hanging, needed collusion of the pathologist and Michael Baden. Recall it was he who the family hired & who observed the autopsy. That Michael Baden raised accusations of homicide would be all the more convenient cover for his disappearance of course, sending people down the wrong rabbit hole.

  16. turcopolier says:

    Barbara Ann
    OK. Who was the stiff they autopsied? the great Michael Baden did not challenge the identity of the corpse.

  17. turcopolier says:

    OK, but not officers. I have known a lot of them and these two do not fit the profile.

  18. J says:

    Has nuthin to do with dictatorships, it has to do with keeping them ‘alive’ for prosecution. Military ‘possession’ if you will at Gitmo, is safe keeping far away and hard to get at. Remember that Gitmo is a military armed fortress.

  19. J says:

    AG Barr needs to get his mitts on Ehud Barak as Barak was a frequent (caught on numerous videos) visitor to Epstein’s lairs (both pre and post 2007 Epstein pedophile arrest). Barak was also the head of Israel’s AMAN from 1983 to 1985. Barak was the recipient of Epstein’s blackmail info on U.S. personas while Barak was the Israeli PM.
    In 1992 Barak was awarded the Legion of Merit (Commander) by the U.S.. In addition, DoD awarded Barak with its’ Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service in 2012, which IMHO DoD needs to revoke.
    We the U.S. can’t let the Israelis get away with their blackmail honey trap crap, we just can’t, period!

  20. Barbara Ann says:

    Presuming there was a real autopsy and the pathologist was instructed to cooperate I guess any stiff would do. The NY Post pics at the hospital could have shown the real Epstein on the gurney, but was he dead? I’m sure the feds can conjure up a fake paramedic team if it was, at least nominally, a witness protection disappearance. As I said, Baden had to be in on it.

  21. turcopolier says:

    Barbara Ann
    Ah, now your VPN says you are French. You should take up writing crime and spy fantasy. Do you work or just sit at home dreaming up this stuff? Too many movies. Go find somewhere else to fantasize.

  22. turcopolier says:

    He was head of Aman when Pollard was recruited and run against us. I knew him well then. Butter would not have melted in his mouth. I agree on the revocations.

  23. Barbara Ann says:

    It’s been a privilege Colonel.

  24. Babak Makkinejad says:

    Protestant Christians in US will protect them.

  25. Fred says:

    There is no legal authority to transfer those accused of violating federal law into military custody.

  26. J says:

    Protective custody was the words that were on the tip of my tongue. They could be in the protective custody of FBI or U.S. Marshals, just so long as they were within the protective environment of Gitmo.
    Hope your weekend’s good.

  27. mac says:

    Interesting conversation. I doubt she will be at the next big reunion, but she went to Millfield. I did not know her as she was there in the 70s. I started in 1985 and have no personal knowledge of her. Who knows what is true or not. For some, even after their education is over never really leave the Millfield ‘circle.’ Maybe she has left the UK, but it sounds as if the English insider angle was a prominent element in whatever it was they were really doing.

  28. prawnik says:

    If we take the official story as true – every single person in the federal justice system, from Attorney General Bob Barr all the way on down to the lowest Bureau of Prisons flunky cleaning latrines in a lockup in Alaska – everyone knew that, out of all the inmates in the federal correctional system, Epstein was the one inmate most obviously at risk of murder or suicide.
    Jeffrey Epstein is dead. Let that one sink in.
    Again, even if we take the official story as true – considering Epstein’s high profile friends, either the intelligence agencies, with all their surveillance powers and disregard for the Bill of Rights, knew either they of Epstein’s proclivities and did nothing, or they they didn’t even think to look.
    Again, let that sink in.
    And that’s just if you believe the official story with all its absurdities and contradictions. Frankly, Warner Brothers cartoon shorts featuring a talking rabbit require less suspension of disbelief than the official Epstein story does.
    And that leads to some really disturbing suppositions.

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