Two federal workers who were in charge of making sure that nothing bad happened to Jeffrey Epstein during his time in custody will be charged later today, according to individuals close to the case.
The federal Bureau of Prisons employees were expected to be charged later in the morning and will appear in the United States District Court in Manhattan.
According to the New York Times, the two employees reportedly fell asleep for several hours, a clear violation of their duties to ensure no harm came to Epstein.
Epstein was later found dead, in what some authorities claimed was “suicide.”
The employees later attempted to alter records to paint themselves in a better light.
NBC News reported that plea deals were offered, But the two officers ultimately declined.
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