Called Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein? (not to be confused with Anne Sundberg and Ricki Stern's Surviving Jeffrey Epstein or the Netflix doc Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich), the miniseries explores questions and conspiracy theories surrounding the death of the late financier and convicted sex offender. After its initial debut on Investigation Discovery in May of 2020, the doc has been streaming on both Hulu and Amazon Prime.
According to Hulu's official synopsis, the series includes "exclusive interviews and an in-depth investigation" that reveal "new clues about Jeffrey Epstein's seedy underworld, privileged life and controversial death." In case you're unfamiliar with the events, Epstein was found unresponsive in his jail cell in August of 2019, while he was still awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges. His death was originally ruled a suicide by hanging, but Epstein's lawyers suspected there was more to the story. They lawyers decided to open their own investigation into Epstein's death and hired a pathologist, Michael Baden.
The doc includes appearances by Bill Mersey, Epstein’s former inmate and Suicide Watch Counselor. Additionally, the series includes archival footage, which features people like former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Chris Tucker, Kate Williams and Alan Dershowitz.
Several fans who've seen the docuseries are convinced that an ongoing investigation is definitely necessary. One viewer tweeted, "Questionable on whether it was suicide. Too many people had too much to gain from a dead Jeffrey Epstein." Another person wrote, "It is to my theory that he was murdered, he just knew too much!!!"
Sounds like we'll be putting our own detective skills to work for this one.
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