WATCH: Jeffrey Epstein's brother demands NYC prison health records on day of Epstein's death — told by staff they don't exist

"I don't know why someone played with the computer and it's not there," Mark Epstein told the worker.

Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC
It has been revealed that Jeffrey Epstein's brother, Mark, attempted to obtain documentation from the night the convicted criminal didn't kill himself, but was told by government employees that the records he sought did not exist.

One of the most important documents, the report written by the emergency medical services team that moved Epstein's body out of his cell at the Manhattan jail, was nowhere to be found on the computer system.

Footage of Mark's interaction with the government employee was posted to X by Tucker Carlson.

"As of right now you're telling me you can't find the [pre-hospital care report]?" he asked.

"Not for the 10th of August 2019, no," the employee replied. "It's not in the fire department database. I don't know why."

According to the New York Department of Health Bureau of Emergency Services, a PCR document includes information such as "the documentation of the event or incident, the medical condition, treatment provided and the patient’s medical history."

When Mark pressed him further, he suggested that Epstein may have been taken "directly to the morgue."

Mark shot that claim down right away, noting that he had photos of his brother in the hospital.

When the employee brought up the evidence Mark had, his supervisor pointed out that a photo "doesn't generate documentation," and that the fact that fire department personnel were there doesn't mean a report was written.

"They told me they did," Mark fired back, raising his voice. "I spoke to them, and they were the ones that suggested I get the PCR report ... Since I heard that with my own ears, I believe them, and I don't know why someone played with the computer and it's not there."

Mark has long been critical of the official narrative surrounding his brother's death, telling Business Insider last year that, "there's a lot of really blatant bullsh*t things there."

He has maintained that Jeffrey was killed that night at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, suggesting the injuries he was found with resembled a homicide, not suicide.

According to Carlson's post, the former Fox News host will be sitting down with Mark to hear his side of the story in the near future.
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