When the prison is a crime: Jeffrey Epstein and the Metropolitan Correctional Center
Added 12-01-19 08:25:02am EST - “Before visiting the place that time forgot, keep calling until someone picks up to confirm visiting hours, which are years out of date online and also prone to being canceled.” - Nydailynews.com
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Before visiting the place that time forgot, keep calling until someone picks up to confirm visiting hours, which are years out of date online and also prone to being canceled.
Fill one out and wait an hour or two or three until a guard comes to the shed to escort visitors into the 12-story building hailed as a modern and humane prison when it opened in 1975.
Get a key to a small locker for phones, watches and everything else, get stamped and scanned, and wait for an elevator to come down with a guard to escort visitors up. Pass the time by reading the plaque listing leaders from Attorney General William Barr down to Metropolitan Correctional Center Warden Lamine N’Diaye.
N’Diaye isn’t actually at the MCC, having been “temporarily reassigned” days after Jeffrey Epstein, the highest-profile prisoner in America, killed himself while in custody awaiting his trial for sex trafficking.
Amid endless questions about how a pedophile whose not-so-little black book included Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, Michael Bloomberg and Prince Andrew ended up in a cell by himself in what Barr’s called “a perfect storm of screw-ups,” the Justice Department last week indicted the two guards on the overnight shift with conspiracy and falsifying records for allegedly napping and surfing the web rather than making their rounds.
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