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Suicide attempt or 'Whitey Bulger-ed?': Jeffrey Epstein found with neck injuries in jail cell

Epstein has 'the goods' on a lot of powerful people

Millionaire financier and accused pedophile Jeffrey Epstein was discovered lying in a fetal position with marks on his neck in his New York City jail cell, according to news reports.

Epstein, who is being held on federal sex trafficking charges, was found semi-conscious in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan. Investigators say neither suicide nor assault have been ruled out.

On the radio program Thursday, Glenn Beck, Pat Gray and Stu Burguiere said Epstein should probably be worried about getting the "Whitey Bulger" treatment. Historically speaking, men who could hurt powerful people don't tend to last long in prison.

"Epstein last night had a boo-boo on his neck. Some people are saying it really wasn't a serious attempt to kill himself," Glenn said. "He may have been trying, I don't know, trying to get his neck through the bars. I have no idea what he was doing. But I do believe that the guy could be suicidal because he's going to be Whitey Bulger-ed. Do you remember Whitey Bulger? [...] He didn't last long in prison."

"That's kind of the standard thing with child molesters," Stu added. "Not exactly a warm welcome, when they go to prison."

Glenn agreed, but added that Epstein also has "the goods" on a lot of powerful people.

"Anyone from Prince Andrew to Bill Clinton ... there are people that just can't afford for their image to go down. They're very desperate people who have a lot of power," he said.

Watch the video below to catch more of the conversation:


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