parkcobound wrote: I haven't been keeping up on the news very well lately, so I missed that he had an earlier attempted suicide. One would think they would have him on close supervision if that were the case though. We may or may not find out there was some underlying conspiracy here, and I am not condoning sanctioned murder by any means: Regardless of who he was or what his charges were, he was entitled to a fair trial. that being said, considering the charges, he would have had to be in isolation for the rest of his life if he were convicted, as I think generally prison populations tend to have a particular problem with guys who prey on kids. And if he did not get convicted of his alleged crimes, it is entirely likely that one of those girls family members might have killed him. Conspiracy or not, I'm not going to cry over this guy. Seems to be quite a bit of evidence he was guilty of being a pretty low low life. Kinda thinking Karma may have come knocking for him. (let the bashing begin - a liberal who thinks death is maybe too good for someone who did the things he did - allegedly )
ramage wrote: ParkCobound,
Many people share your opinion as to not crying for Epstein. However, please do cry for the incompetence, at a minimum, of the U.S. government.
But do not worry, the FBI is going to investigate.
parkcobound wrote: Do you mean the things he us accused of? Or jail and prison conditions?
parkcobound wrote: I have seen a couple of 60 minute episodes where they have gone into detail on our prison system and how rehabilitation us almost impossible under the current system. I think it basically teaches criminals new tricks. And a lot of them are privatized so they make money housing too many and not addressing the issues that caused incarnation. It is not a popular topic though, and trying to get the system reformed will be a tough one