Epstein’s Former Cellmate Says Guards Threatening Him to ‘Stay Silent’, Requests Transfer

The former cellmate of Jeffrey Epstein is trying to transfer out of the prison Epstein died in.

Bruce Barket, an attorney for Nicholas Tartaglione, cited comments from Metropolitan Correction Center (MCC) guards telling his client to “shut up,” “stop talking” and “stop complaining,” in his letter to White Plains federal Judge Kenneth Karas.

“The clear message Mr. Tartaglione has received is that if he conveys information about the facility or about the recent suicide, there will be a price to pay,” Barket wrote. “Whether or not the investigators into the suicide chose to interview Mr. Tartaglione about the attempted suicide to which he was witness or about how the facility is run and the conditions under which the inmates are forced to live, the correction officers know he has information potentially very damaging to the very people now charged with guarding him or their coworkers.”

The former New York Cop, Tartaglione is charged with a quadruple homicide, and was rumored to be involved in the first “Suicide” attempt of Epstein. That attempt happened a few weeks before the latest apparent suicide.

Tartaglione says they told him to shut up and to stop talking about what he witnessed when Epstein was in his cell.

This is yet just another mysterious piece in the Epstein Suicide case that no one is buying.

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