Two Prison Guards for Jeffrey Epstein, Who Fell Asleep on the Job, Were Arrested on Federal Charges

Prison guaards Michael Thomas and Tova Noel, Youtube
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Two prison guards in the Jeffrey Epstein case, Michael Thomas, and a female guard, Tova Noel, have been arrested on federal charges for their behavior on the day that the prisoner died, which prosecutors say included their failure to check on Epstein even once, shopping for motorcycles and furniture online, walking around the common area, sleeping for two hours, and falsifying documents. Both guards pleaded ‘not guilty’ and were released on $100,000 bond. A large portion of the American public believes there is a massive cover up in this case that goes directly to the top level of government.

 

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Two Prison Guards for Jeffrey Epstein, Who Fell Asleep on the Job, Were Arrested on Federal Charges | WeAreChangeTV.US
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