Epstein’s Case and His Alleged Suicide Vanished From the News, But Memes Keep The Story Alive

justnews eraoflightdotcomThis August, the disgraced billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein allegedly killed himself while awaiting an extremely high-profile trial. However, as soon as word of his death hit the news, there was widespread doubt and skepticism about the official story behind his death.

There’s also a medical examiner that witnessed Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy and who stated: “Hanging does not cause these broken bones — homicide does”.

Despite the odd circumstances behind Epstein’s alleged suicide, the story quickly disappeared from the news, which triggered a cascade of memes from people who don’t buy the official story:

Example of a meme mocking the official story of Epstein’s suicide. Many more below.

Two of the supposedly late sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein’s co-conspirators in the rape of minor girls — Ghislaine Maxwell and Jean-Luc Brunel — are hiding out in the Brazilian Rivera of Santa Catarina.

A former cop traced the pair through their phones to the posh resort, according to the New York newspaper.

The lurid front-page story of sex with children and Mossad blackmail has slipped largely from the news.

Meanwhile, the many victims in the case appear to be losing their shot at seeing any justice.

Luckily, the internet has not forgotten about the case, and it is not willing to let everyone else forget so soon either.

In the months since Epstein’s alleged suicide, a viral meme campaign has picked up steam, replacing the punchlines of memes with messages like “Epstein did not kill himself.”

Regardless of what type of filter bubble you may find yourself in, the Epstein memes were hard to ignore, especially throughout the month of October.

Then, around the end of October, Epstein’s name was back in the news again, after expert pathologist Michael Baden published a report suggesting that that evidence leads him to believe that a homicide was more likely than a suicide, as the injuries are more associated with strangulation by a large margin.

Below are a few of the Epstein memes that had people looking up the case online:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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