Sen. Kennedy calls for answers about Jeffery Epstein's death
U.S. Sen. John Kennedy on Tuesday alluded that Jeffery Epstein's death may not have been a suicide, asking the head of the Federal Bureau of Prisons to investigate.
“Christmas ornaments, drywall and (Jeffrey) Epstein. Name three things that don’t hang themselves. That’s what the American people think. And they deserve some answers."
Kennedy addressed the FBP director Kathleen Sawyer during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing to speak with the persons in charge of the investigations, asking her to deliver his message to them.
"Tell the American people what happened. And don't rush it so they don't do a thorough investigation," he said.