California brewery prints ‘Epstein didn’t kill himself’ on their cans

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(Source: Screengrab/WPTV)

Following billionaire and accused pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s convenient death, many people are wondering whether he actually killed himself like the official report says, or if he was murdered to keep quiet.

The “Epstein didn’t kill himself” meme has taken the internet by storm, and has even made its way onto live television in an episode of Fox News’ “Watters’ World.”

Now another company is working to keep the conspiracy alive and hopefully prompt some answers from those investigating the mysterious and sudden death of a high profile suspect.

On Wednesday, California-based Tactical Ops Brewing began printing the phrase “Epstein didn’t kill himself” on the bottom of their blue Basher Oatmeal Stout cans. Manager Carlos Tovar said that the hilarious if not somewhat controversial idea came to him a week prior to the release. This is about the same time that famed forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden would have joined “Fox & Friends” to reveal that the autopsy more closely supports a homicidal strangulation conclusion than suicide.

“I was like, ‘hey, what if we do this?’ And uh, on our Basher can that we’re doing, we put in a ‘Epstein didn’t kill himself’ because you know, it’s a big thing right now,” said Tovar.

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The company even joked on Facebook that the cans were going to get them “suicided.”

(Screengrab: Facebook/TacticalOPSBrewing)

And while popularity of the internet may help sell the beer, the company is only producing one batch (about 54 cases) of the beer in a limited supply run. According to WPTV, next week the cans will display the message: “Happy Birthday Marines.”

Meanwhile the subject behind the meme remains hotly contested. Dr. Barbara Sampson, New York’s chief medical examiner, stands behind her ruling that Epstein hung himself with his own bedding. Meanwhile, Dr. Baden believes that the broken bones in the neck are more consistent with homicidal strangulation. His hypothesis is supported by the fact that at one point before his death, he was found “semi-conscious with marks around his neck” in his own cell.

With so much confusion surrounding Epstein’s brief prison stay, his death and his autopsy, it’s no wonder that the “Epstein didn’t kill himself” take is getting so much attention.

From BizPac Review:

“And in fact, at the time of the autopsy, the doctor doing the autopsy didn’t think there was enough information to say suicide, so she put ‘pending further study,’” Baden recounts. “And then for some reason- the family wants to know why it was changed from ‘pending further study’ to [suicide] afterward.”

Stunts like this will continue to keep the pressure on investigators to get to the bottom of exactly what happened in Epstein’s cell that night, as well as all of the horrifying things he allegedly partook in and facilitated while he was alive.

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