Tova Noel And Michael Thomas Trial Date Get Pushed Till Next Summer!: Jeffrey Epstein was a convicted sex offender. After being convicted for minors’ sex trafficking in Florida and New York, the police arrested him. The laziness of two federal correction officers led to Jeffrey Epstein’s death behind bars.
JEFFREY EPSTEIN’S JAIL TIME
Jeffrey got arrested on July 6, 2019. And just after a month, on August 10, he was found unresponsive in his Metropolitan Central Jail Center jail cell. He was transported to the New York Downtown Hospital and was declared dead at 6:39 a.m. His death was pronounced a suicide by hanging.
Two federal correction officers who were in-charged of Jeffrey are under trial for his death. There trail is pushed back to next summer. Initially, their problem was supposed to begin on January 4, 2021, but now arranged to start on June 14, 2021. The authorities charged Tova Noel, 31-year-old, and Michael Thomas, 46-year-old.
The authorities charged Tova with five counts of making false entries in official records; simultaneously, Michael with three counts of falsifying records.
Both the officers turned down a plea bargain last November. It made sure that they’re ready to be prosecuted over the prisoner’s death.
Conspiracies started about Epstein death and how people believed that he didn’t kill himself.
The night Jeffrey died, Noel was a guard. Likewise, Thomas got employed as a “material handler.” They were working an overtime shift on the night of Epstein dead. According to sources, Epstein attempted suicide weeks before.
Two guards, including Noel and Thomas, failed to perform numerous jail-wide checks on the night of August 9 and early morning of August 10, 2019.
Additionally, there were 75 separate occasions where Noel falsified records and claimed that she and Thomas had completed their rounds in Jail’s Special Housing Unit (SHU) between midnight and 6:30 a.m.