These two videos were produced by a medical doctor who studies the death of Epstein:
1. Natural Causes of death - stroke or heart attack (at his age, very probable)
2. Suicide - not so likely. He met with his lawyers trying to get time off prison by testifying against others.
3. Homicide - very likely
4. A homicide that done to seem as a natural cause of death (CIA pen) or as a suicide - very likely
5. A ploy to take Epstein to a more secure facility in a witness protection program - probable.
One through Four I buy; 5, not so much.
Rich men who have always exploited -- in order to become rich and in order to continue whatever lifestyles they prefer -- do not easily give up. They're used to their power and assume that their financial power will prevail. At that level of "entitlement," arrogance and over-confidence directs their decisions. An act of suicide is an act of desperation and despair. At the relatively young stage of Epstein's case and given all the lawyering his millions could buy, such a sudden suicide seems premature. Yes, it's possible that he simply "couldn't face" the exposure of a trial and the humiliation accompanying that, but such a fate tends to be more troubling to criminals with young families, which Epstein did not have.
It would be much more likely that he would commit suicide after conviction and sentencing, not before.
If he did commit suicide, the reason was most likely not public humiliation at all, as obviously the man had an inert conscience. Rather, the reason would have been certain
financial collapse, given likely seizure of his entire wealth by the government, to distribute to all those previously underage girls, whose advocates had vowed "justice." This is probably as likely as #3 or #4. People, including Catholics, underestimate the power of greed and its potential for evil. Maybe it doesn't seem as "real" -- as a drive --if one is not part of the 1% or <1%. Lust. Anger, and Envy seem more relatable as universal drives, but I watch a lot of shows about greed -- such as those who scam others and become almost psychotically attached to their wealth, committing murder and other very, very high-risk actions in a do-or-die effort to maintain their financial status, which is the public face of their disordered egos. So Pride and Avarice together are lethal combinations, literally.
That said, again, I can also believe 1 through 4. They seem at least as credible as the lethal chemistry of Pride and Avarice.