When Jeffrey Epstein died of mysterious circumstances in August of 2019 while in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP), there were rumors that the last person who had visited him at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan was Attorney General William Barr. No evidence was ever provided to substantiate those rumors, but it should be noted that the FBOP falls under the jurisdiction of the Department of Justice, which Barr happens to be the leader of.
It should also be noted that Barr’s father, Donald, had a longtime family connection to Epstein:
And now we have a former staffer who worked as a showrunner on Donald Trump’s NBC show “The Celebrity Apprentice,” alleging that AG Barr did, in his opinion, play a key role in Epstein’s “suicide” as the DOJ later determined the cause of death to be for the convicted sex trafficker.
Noel Casler first brought up Barr being involved in Epstein’s death back in July, tweeting out:
With Barr once again in the headlines and reportedly falling out of favor with the president due to his saying the Justice Department found no evidence of widespread fraud in the 2020 election, Casler is again saying in very specific terms that the current attorney general was behind Epstein’s demise:
It should be noted that Casler has not provided any other facts or evidence of his latest allegation regarding AG Barr. But it does raise some interesting questions that may well be investigated now that Trump and Barr are no longer in office.
Many questions about Jeffrey Epstein’s death remain unanswered, but we may soon get to the bottom of those queries when we have an attorney general who can be trusted and isn’t trying to protect his boss or hide his own connection to a potential murder.