The two staff members who were guarding the jail unit where Jeffrey Epstein apparently killed himself fell asleep, failed to check on him for about three hours and falsified records to cover up their mistake, according to several law enforcement and prison officials with knowledge of the matter. Those disclosures came on Tuesday as the two employees were placed on administrative leave and the warden of the jail, the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan, was temporarily reassigned, pending the outcome of the investigation into Mr. The two staff members in the special housing unit where Mr. Epstein was held — 9 South — falsely recorded in a log that they had checked on the financier, who was facing sex trafficking charges, every 30 minutes, as was required , two of the officials said. Such false entries in an official log could constitute a federal crime. In fact, the two people guarding Mr.
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An investigation also found the pair had contact through an Instagram account on an iPhone 6, hidden inside a PlayStation in his room. They spoke on FaceTime and Watson was found to have sent him naked pictures and videos of herself. Watson pleaded guilty to misconduct in a public office between by engaging in an intimate sexual relationship with a prisoner between October and January Mold Crown Court heard that she believed she was in love with McGee and had just come out of a long-term relationship. He said she was appalled by her behaviour and was acutely aware of its impact on the family of the man McGee had killed. McGee, then on licence from a custodial sentence for supplying class A drugs, had ploughed into year-old father Richard Bratin while attempting to evade a police chase in December He was driving with his lights turned off and did not stop after hitting the charity worker, who was out walking his dog.
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He was 18 years old and only in the ninth grade, and he was sent to be evaluated at the state mental hospital for black people. His lawyer entered a guilty plea. The judge sentenced him to life. Decades ago he lost his desire to live outside of razor-wire fences.
Without bunks or mattresses, all 37 inmates in this cell sleep on the floor. There were no mattresses. Although the room had electric lights, a narrow slit in the door was the only place sunlight and fresh air trickled through.