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Trial Date Set for Jeffrey Epstein Jail Guards

Curated by Claudia Shannon / Research Scientist / ishonest

Despite a lawyer's vacation plans and voluminous discovery materials, the case was set to proceed faster than defense attorneys hoped.


The defense attorneys also requested a later date because of what they described as voluminous discovery materials, including some they said they hadnt received. Its necessary, Foy told the court. This isnt about us laying back and taking our time.

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Thomas attorney, Montell Figgins, added, It took the federal government 90 days to investigate its going to take us more than 90 days to do the same amount of work.

Figgins also told Judge Torres hed likely file a motion to dismiss the indictment due to selective prosecution, and that he needed to obtain a report from the Department of Justices Inspector General which, along with the FBI and Bureau of Prisons, was tasked with investigating Epsteins death in a federal facility.

Foy disagreed, saying MCCs environs and alleged failures in security measures are directly related to his clients case. (Both guards were working overtime shifts, and the union representing the officers told ishonest that MCC is constantly understaffed, forcing some guards to work mandatory overtime shifts totaling 16 to 18 hours.)

After Thursdays court appearance, Figgins told reporters that the feds want to put my client in jail for the same conduct thats happening with other officers on a daily basis. He said Thomas is on leave without pay pending an administrative hearing.

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He said his selective prosecution defense will center around the fact that other corrections officers within the Bureau of Prisons system, outside of the Epstein case, have also fallen short with required checks but without criminal consequences.

The Bureau of Prisons allowed guards to work nearly 24 hours straight, creating a system where guards could fall asleep on the job, Figgins claimed; guards might end a shift only to be told they couldnt go home for another eight hours because of staff shortages. How can they allow that type of work to go on and not expect something like that [Epsteins death] to happen? he said.

Now when a billionaire dies, they want to make [Noel and Thomas] a scapegoat, Figgins continued. He pointed out Noel and Thomas werent the only officers working the night before Epstein died; a lieutenant had to sign off on paperwork for their rounds, and a control room held other guards, too.

Why are these the only people charged? Figgins asked.

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Noel is also charged with five counts of making false records, while Thomas was slapped with three counts of making false records. According to prosecutors, the corrections officers face five years in prison for each count of the charges.

Prosecutors say the guards never conducted their mandated checks on inmates, including Epstein, on the night he hanged himself.

Instead, for substantial portions of their shifts, Noel and Thomas sat at their desk, browsed the internet, and moved around the common area of the SHU [Special Housing Unit], the indictment alleged. To conceal their failure to perform their duties, Noel and Thomas repeatedly signed false certifications attesting to having conducted multiple counts of inmates when, in truth and in fact, they never conducted such counts.

According to the indictment, no SHU guards conducted counts from about 10: 30 p.m. on Aug. 9 until Epsteins body was discovered the next morning. Both Noel and Thomas had been working overtime shifts the day Epstein died.

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A cellmate of the multi-millionaire had been transferred out of MCC on Aug. 9, and despite the MCCs psychological staffs direction that Epstein have a cellmate, no new cellmate was assigned to Epstein's cell, the indictment stated.

Noel worked a shift from 4 p.m. on Aug. 9 to 8 a.m. on Aug. 10, while Thomas started his shift at 12 a.m. on Aug. 10. They were the only corrections officers on duty in the Special Housing Unit from 12 a.m. to 8 a.m. on Aug. 10, prosecutors say.

The guards were collectively responsible for two prisoner checks on Aug. 9, at 4 p.m. and 10 p.m., as well as three checks on Aug. 10, at 12 a.m., 3 a.m. and 5 a.m.

When a supervisor whod just gotten to work responded to an alarm that went off in MCC at 6: 33 a.m. on Aug. 10, Noel allegedly announced, Epstein hung himself. Noel was said to admit later, We did not complete the 3 a.m. nor the 5 a.m. rounds.

We messed up, Thomas allegedly told a supervisor. I messed up, shes not to blame, we didnt do any rounds.

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