Article by Bryan Howard
August 15, 2019
A new detail is being provided from Epstein’s lawyer that is drawing more doubt into how suicidal Epstein actually was. Epstein’s lawyer claimed he was ‘optimistic’ and told his lawyer “I’ll see you Sunday,” as his last statements.
The New York Post wrote, “Jeffrey Epstein was confident he could fight the child sex trafficking charges against him and was in “great spirits” just hours before his jailhouse death on Saturday morning — even telling one of his lawyers, “I’ll see you Sunday,””
Epstein told his lawyer that his ex-cop cell mate attempted to kill him during his last alleged suicide attempt. This led to the removing his cell mate to a new cell after the alleged events.
The Post noted that Epstein would spend up to twelve hours with his lawyer and was showing extreme signs of optimism. This has even been thought of as ‘delusional’ to those around him.
Epstein’s lawyer claimed Epstein believed he was going to win a double-jeopardy motion for his charges. Epstein believed he could get a similar result as he did in Florida in 2008.
The Post wrote, ““He thought he was going to win the double-jeopardy motion” that his defense lawyers were planning to file in connection with his 2008 Florida prostitution conviction, the source said.”
The sentiments of Epstein according to his lawyer does not sound like a man that is suicidal. Epstein was delusional he would win his case and told his lawyer he planned to see him on Sunday.