WATCH: Tucker Carlson says Epstein was 'murdered,' claims Bill Barr lied about it

"We know for a fact that he was killed in federal custody. He was murdered. That's true," Carlson claimed.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
Conservative journalist and media starlet Tucker Carlson slammed former United States Attorney General Bill Barr for stopping the investigation into notorious pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's death and accused him of lying about how the convicted sex offender died, saying, "He was murdered."

Carlson made the claims about the infamous sexual predator, who reportedly died by suicide in a Manhattan jail cell in 2019 as he awaited trial for child sex trafficking and conspiracy, while recently appearing on the "Full Send" podcast last month.

"I don't want to overstate what I know," Carlson said. "I'm just telling you what I do know. He was killed."

"We know for a fact that he was killed in federal custody. He was murdered. That's true," Carlson claimed. "I spent a week looking into it because his brother Mark reached out to me."

"I know nothing else. I don't know what Jeffrey Epstein was doing. I've never seen any tapes. I don't know anything," Carlson said. "So, the the things we know, are that we don't know where the money came from, we don't know what he did for a living, and we know that he was murdered."

"He was murdered in the special housing unit of a federal lockup in Manhattan," Carlson told the hosts. "Whoever did it was able to do it in the most secure lockdown in the United States of America and then get away with it ... so that tells you a lot about whoever that group of people was. They're no one to f*ck with."

Carlson told the hosts that his friend was one of the last people that spoke with Jeffrey Epstein before he was found dead, who had claimed that on the day of Epstein's death, they spoke on the phone and Epstein was not "despondent."

"A friend of mine is one of the people who last talked to him on the phone the day he was killed. He had an expectation of a bail hearing in two days, he thought he was getting out. He was not despondent at all," Carlson said. "I talked to his lawyer, told me the same thing."

The former Fox News host mentioned how at the time of Epstein's alleged suicide all of the cameras in the prison wing stopped working and the prison guards assigned to Epstein were not at their respective posts. Former US Attorney General Bill Bar launched an investigation into Jeffrey Epstein's death but stopped it despite the extreme skepticism surrounding the child sex trafficker's infamous death.

AG Barr sided with the medical examiner's ruling that Epstein died by suicide which Carlson slammed him for blatantly lying about.

"I have no idea why the Attorney General of the United States would be lying about this, but there's literally no question that he did. I know him," Carlson said. "We reached out to Bill Barr like, 'Hey, why don't you come on and explain why you lied about Jeffrey Epstein's death?'"

"So, I don't want to overstate what I know. I'm just telling you what I do know. He was killed," Carlson concluded.

Jeffrey Epstein died in a Manhattan prison on August 10, 2019. His death was ruled a suicide by the Medical Examiners Office and reportedly used a bedsheet to hang himself. Epstein was taken off suicide watch just weeks before he was found dead.


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