New documents have surfaced revealing that convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein tried to contact pedophile Larry Nassar just before he committed suicide. The documents, consisting of over 4,000 pages, were recently obtained by the Associated Press under the Freedom of Information Act. Through these documents, a letter from Epstein to Nassar was found in the mailroom weeks after Epstein had passed away. The letter was marked as “returned to sender,” which indicates that Epstein was unsuccessful in trying to contact Nassar.
Jeffrey Epstein Tried To Contact Larry Nassar Before Suicide https://t.co/BFHmFnaQc4
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Epstein’s behavior while he was incarcerated has come under scrutiny after these documents were released. It is unclear why Epstein was attempting to contact Nassar, a convicted felon who was found guilty of sexually abusing many gymnasts on the U.S. Olympic team.
It’s still questionable why Nassar would be of any interest to Epstein, who was also convicted of sex crimes. These new documents, however, feed into a narrative amongst conservatives that an organized and powerful group of pedophiles may exist who have been able to use their influence to avoid the consequences of their actions.
Jeffrey Epstein’s name has been in the headlines ever since he was found dead in his jail cell in 2019. The death itself remains shrouded in mystery, with many questions remaining unanswered. As for these newly discovered documents, they only add more mystery to the legacy of Epstein. Nonetheless, they underscore the importance of continued investigations into the wealthy and powerful circles that Epstein was a part of.
Source: The Daily Caller