"I'm not a conspiracy theorist" is such a weird assertion when you think about it, the idea there's a binary between believing all conspiracies and flat out rejecting the very concept of conspiracy in all circumstances"
You really don't have to be paranoid or a habitual tin-foil hat wearer to smell a rat in this one. And questioning a narrative that does not make sense does not make one a conspiracy theorist. Let's review some ofg the questions raised by the official version of events.It was reported Epstein tried to kill himself about three weeks ago although therewas some speculation as to how he managed to inflict the injuries he received on himself, so if it was a sucide bid, why was he taken off suicide watch six days later? Who made that seemingly baffling decision? If he was still on suicide watch and a source cited in the New York Times was wrong, why wasn't his death prevented? If the authorities knew, as they would have, that the first alleged suicide bid was as Epstein himself claimed, the result of an attack by another prisoner, why was Epstein not given special protection? Once he was a known sex offender, how did he get away with doing the same things as he had once served time for for so long? Who was protecting him and how far would they be prepared to go to ensure what he knew never became public. These are only a few of the many questions that need to be answered. What is particularly interesting is the kind of people demanding answers. It's not just the "usual" suspects who are routinely labeled cranks by the gatekeepers. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has called Epstein's death "way too convenient." "How many other millionaires and billionaires were part of the illegal activities that he was engaged in?" he asked. Even the UK establishment's propaganda agency, The BBC website has as its heading of a news story today "Jeffrey Epstein: Questions raised over financier's death." The FBI is reported to be investigating the case, which in view of their failure to prosecute any member of Hillary Clinton's campaign team over breches of national security which came to light in 2016 does not fill one with confidence. Perhaps Epstein did after all, kill himself – prisoners facing the prospect of 45 years in jail are quite likely to be depressed; moreover the sociopathic billionaire might even have relished evading justice and depriving his accusers of their days in court. But until more evidence of his suicide such as CCTV video, comes to light, it is reasonable to think that some other explanation for his sudden death.