Congress Demands Answers Regarding Epstein Story

Not even acclaimed “the Master of Suspense,” Director Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock, could have envisioned such a plot with so many twists and turns, regarding the perplexing “suicide” death of alleged child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, held within a heavy security environment, that included 24/7 video monitoring, along with periodical visits from prison guards, inside a   maximum-security prison in Manhattan.

The bizarre death of the millionaire sexual predator by hanging and the subsequent disclosure that ABC News decided to kill a 2015 exposé by news anchor and journalist Amy Robach, has suddenly peeked the interests of GOP House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who sent a letter over the weekend to the network’s president, demanding to know why the Epstein story was killed.

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The back-story has already been publicized in the media regarding an unsuspecting Robach speaking near a hot mic on November 5th, complements of Project Veritas, in which she criticizes the executives at ABC News, for refusing to air her story.

Robach’s exposé was replete with some pretty important names along with one of Epstein’s accusers, a woman named Virginia Roberts Giuffre who also named the Royal Family, in particular, Prince Andrew, as one of  the prominent names that surfaced within Epstein’s circle of sexual predators.

The anchor said Buckingham Palace threatened ABC News after finding out Prince Andrew was a part of the story and added that she “had all of” the reporting years ago.

“I am deeply concerned that this victim, in search of justice, went to ABC News, provided information and an interview, and then ABC News chose to bury the truth,” McCarthy wrote to ABC News President James Goldston.

However as stated from the outset, this story as many twists and turns, somewhere within the multiple layers former Fox host and journalist Megyn Kelly obtained an exclusive copy of McCarthy’s letter and reported it through her social media accounts on Sunday.

Kelly apparently doing some independent reporting, also acknowledged  Friday morning that she obtained an exclusive interview with the woman fired by CBS after Amy Robach’s video was leaked.

ABC News apparently contacted CBS alleging that their former employee producer Ashley Bianco, 25, had leaked the video. Bianco who was at CBS News, only 4-days, was then fired, which may be illegal. Bianco has thus far denied she leaked the video.

GOP Reps. Mike T. McCaul of Texas and Doug A. Collins of Georgia also signed McCarthy’s letter.

“ABC News’s initial response and subsequent actions reveal their priority is to identify and hold accountable the individual who released the video to the public,” the letter reads. “We believe that uncovering the source of the information is incomparably less important than the possibility of exposing the source of a human trafficking operation.”

As for Kelly’s involvement in the Epstein saga, the 49-year old former Fox host and independent journalist summed up McCarthy’s letter within her video post.

“Congress now cracking down on ABC News … accusing ABC News of enabling Jeffrey Epstein by not reporting this story, suggesting additional victims may not have come forward and that minors may have gone on getting abused because ABC did not pursue the story,” Kelly said.

Moreover, true to an Alfred Hitchcock plot, the death of Epstein, although officially listed as a “suicide” by a New York City coroner, the Epstein family wasn’t buying it, they hired famed pathologist Michael Baden, who proclaimed Jeffrey Epstein’s death a homicide.

Appearing on Fox News days after his examination of all the records and lab reports, Baden concluded, “I think that the evidence points toward homicide rather than suicide.”

Adding, “The brother is concerned that if Epstein was murdered, then other people who have information might be at risk.”

“If they think he has information, his life could be in jeopardy.”

Baden said there were signs of “unusual” activity “from day one” of the autopsy, saying the wounds were “more consistent with ligature homicidal strangulation.”

Baden also noted there were two fractures on either side of Epstein’s larynx, and one on the hyoid bone, above the moneyman’s Adam’s apple.

“Hanging does not cause these broken bones and homicide does,” he insisted on Fox. “A huge amount of pressure was applied.”

Baden also called for federal prosecutors to release the findings from DNA samples.