Bill de Blasio claims Jeffrey Epstein's death was 'way too convenient'

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio joins the conspiracy theorists and claims Jeffrey Epstein's death was 'way too convenient' as he calls for a full investigation into the pedophile's suicide Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday that Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide at the Metropolitan Correctional Center was 'way too convenient'  He said he was skeptical about the billionaire pedophile's death after sources said two jail guards on duty that night had fallen asleep Epstein said it was hard to believe that the 'most prominent prisoner' in the U.S. was not being watched  He added that hundreds of people could have been implicated in the Epstein sex-trafficking investigation 

By Emily Crane For Dailymail.com

Published: 19:25 BST, 14 August 2019 | Updated: 19:38 BST, 14 August 2019

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New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says Jeffrey Epstein's death was 'way too convenient' and doesn't believe that 'traditional human error' is to blame after it emerged that two guards meant to watching over him may have fallen asleep.

In the days since Epstein's apparent suicide, questions have emerged about the series of missteps the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan took in handling its most high-profile inmate. 

De Blasio said he was skeptical about the billionaire pedophile's death after sources said two jail guards on duty that night were suspected of falsifying log entries to show they were checking on him every 30 minutes as required. 

'This is way too convenient. This makes no sense,' he told Fox Business Network on Wednesday.  

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday that Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide at the Metropolitan Correctional Center at the weekend was 'way too convenient'

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday that Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide at the Metropolitan Correctional Center at the weekend was 'way too convenient'

'He's one of the most prominent prisoners in America, at

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