Guards who falsified records the night of Jeffrey Epstein’s death have their charges dropped.
Federal prosecutors have decided to end their criminal case against two jail guards who previously admitted to falsifying records the night Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his cell as he awaited trial on federal sex trafficking charges. As reported by the New York Post. In a filing in US district court in New York, US attorneys have signalled they are abandoning the prosecution of Tova Noel and Michael Thomas after their completion of a six-month deferred prosecution agreement, which expired in November. The document was signed by prosecutors on 13 December. It did not appear on the public docket until the 30th December