All prison Documents About Jeffrey Epstein: Withheld


15 September 2019

SHARYL ATTKISSON — There’s a bit of news in the case of Jeffrey Epstein. He’s the convicted sex offender who somehow managed to commit suicide in a New York jail last month while he was supposed to be under close watch.

My public information request about his death — has been formally denied.

Shortly after Epstein died in August, I filed a Freedom of Information request for public documents about his injuries and medical care for both the day he died and earlier, in July, when he reportedly attempted suicide.

Member of the public and press are entitled to review documents and communications generated and collected by federal agencies and officials because– we own them. However, federal agencies often delay, obstruct and resist the release of such documents. […]

1 Comment on All prison Documents About Jeffrey Epstein: Withheld

  1. Of six reasons given for not abiding by the FIOA request, the Bureau of Prisons listed “invasion of privacy” twice. United States common law: The right to privacy is considered a personal right, meaning it applies only to the living and, consequently, does not recognize the privacy interests of the deceased.

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