- Lamine N’Diaye is being reassigned to a leadership role at FCI Fort Dix
- The low-security ‘Club Fed’ prison is in Burlington County, New Jersey
- N’Diaye was warden at MCC Manhattan when Epstein died in his cell there
- AG Bill Barr ordered N’Diaye posted at a desk job until investigation is complete
By Keith Griffith | 25 January 2020
DAILY MAIL — The warden in charge when Jeffrey Epstein died in his jail cell is getting a cushy new supervisor’s job at ‘Club Fed’ despite Attorney General Bill Barr’s demand that he be reassigned to a desk job.
Lamine N’Diaye is being reassigned to a leadership role at FCI Fort Dix, a low-security prison in Burlington County, New Jersey, two people familiar with the matter said.
The move comes months after Barr ordered N’Diaye be reassigned to a desk post at the Bureau of Prisons’ regional office in Pennsylvania after Epstein´s death as the FBI and the Justice Department´s inspector general investigated. […]