The former lawyer for Jeffrey Epstein, Alan Dershowitz, slipped up in an interview admitting the pedophile sex trafficker did not kill himself.
Kim Iversen asked the Harvard Law School Professor and author on Rumble if Epstein had taken his own life.
While the lawyer initially said he believed Epstein did kill himself a week after his death, his tone changed when asked the same question on Friday.
“No, of course not,” Dershowitz said when asked if Epstein killed himself.
He then quickly clarified, saying Epstein may have conspired with his guards in order to commit suicide.
“He didn’t kill himself without the help of some people. He did kill himself, but he killed himself with the help of guards,” Dershowitz clarified.
“He didn’t do it by himself, obviously the videos were turned off and the guards turned their back and his cellmate left,” Dershowitz added.
“So I think he killed himself, but he killed himself with the help of some people in law enforcement,” he added.
Given the 66-year-old sex trafficker was facing charges of trafficking underage girls and linked with high-profile and powerful people from Bill Gates to Prince Andrew, then it makes sense they needed to get rid of Epstein.
Even co-conspirator Ghislaine Maxwell said she believed Epstein was murdered.
“I believe that he was murdered,” she said in a TV interview.
“I was shocked. Then I wondered how it had happened because . . . I was sure he was going to appeal,” she added.
There have, of course, been many Epstein-linked figures who have died in suspicious circumstances over the year.
In February, a top Bill Clinton adviser linked to Epstein was found hanging from a tree with a gunshot wound to his chest.
Middleton was a special advisor to Bill Clinton in the 1990s and signed Jeffrey Epstein into the White House on seven of the 17 times the late pedophile visited.
In August last year, Steven Hoffenberg, Epstein’s former mentor and business partner, was found dead in an apartment in Connecticut.