Jeffrey Epstein was imprisoned it was revealed that he tried to send a letter to Larry Nassar, the former Olympic doctor who sexually abused girls for decades.
Jeffrey Epstein Case
It was discovered and reported by The Associated Press that it was found out that amid over 4,000 pages of documents, the news agency acquired nearly four years after Epstein, who was charged with child sex trafficking, died of an apparent suicide in a New York City jail cell while awaiting trial.
The new documents show an additional understanding of what documents previously released by the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) in 2021 exposed Epstein’s suicide in his prison cell.
The documents were acquired from the BOP under the Freedom of Information Act and shed light on Epstein’s suicide and based on his activities during his 36 days at the Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC), including his attempt to contact Nassar.
The investigator was the one who discover Epstein’s mail while he was in jail in Nassar weeks after Epstein’s suicide, according to the documents. Moreover, the investigator informed a prison official in an email included in the documents that it appeared Epstein had mailed out and it was returned to him. The investigator was not sure if he should open the letter or let anyone open it.
The copy of the email exchange is redacted and does not reference Nassar by name but in their reply, an MCC staff attorney described the original addressee of Epstein’s letter as “the former doctor for the U.S. Female Gymnastics Team that was convicted of molesting a bunch of girls…under the guise of “medical procedures/examinations.” The attorney added, “some of the victim accounts are pretty horrific.”
The relationship Between Jeffrey Epstein And Larry Nassar Is Unclear
It is unclear if the two men had any relationship even the State Appellate Defender Office is also unaware.
Jonathan Sacks, director of the State Appellate Defender Office where Nassar’s court-appointed attorney, Jacqueline McCann, works, said it did not know the letter or Epstein’s attempt to contact Nassar.
Nassar, the SA gymnastics team and Michigan State University for a long time is serving a 60-year sentence in federal prison on child pornography indictments. He also was convicted in 2018 of a 40-to-175-year state jail sentence in Michigan after pleading guilty to seven counts of criminal sexual behavior.
More than 150 women and girls including Olympic gold medalists Aly Raisman and McKayla Maroney publicly told a court he sexually manipulated them. USA Gymnastics, the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee, and their insurers approved paying $380 million in a settlement with Nassar’s victims.
Epstein was charged in 2019 with having operated a sex trafficking ring in which he sexually abused dozens of minor girls allegations that had spread the politically connected businessman for years.
Epstein’s criminal indictment stated that between 2002 and 2005, Epstein managed a trafficking business in which he settled hundreds of dollars in cash to girls as young as 14 to have sex with him. He usually brings his victims to his Upper East Side home and his estate in Palm Beach. According to the indictment, Epstein even worked with some employees and associates to seduce the girls to his residences and paid some of his victims to recruit other victims for him to sexually abuse.