Jeffery Epstein was found in fetal position with marks on his neck inside a Manhattan prison cell, according to the NY Daily News. Epstein was semi conscious and marks seem to be self-inflicted, he had received medical treatment. His reportedly to be back in Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City, where Mexico's drug lord Josquin "El Chapo" Guzman was held. The 66 year old wealthy financier is awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges with girls as young as 14 years old via USA TODAY. From 2002-2005 Jeffery is accused of abusing dozens of underage girls at his Manhattan mansion and his Palm Beach, Florida estate. Just last week a judge denied his lawyer request of house arrest at his $77 million Manhattan mansion. Prosecutors argued that the convicted sex offender is a danger to the community and a flight risk.

NY Daily News reported, back in 2007 Federal prosecutors cut a deal with the billionaire to avoid prosecution on similar Florida charges. Epstein plead guilty to state charges of soliciting prostitution and was assigned to a work release program. June 2019, he please not guilty to the Manhattan Federal allegations, sex trafficking and sex trafficking conspiracy. Which carries a maximum jail term of 45 years. His legal team has filed a notice of appeal against Judge Richard Berman remand decision. Epstein offer to post $100 million bail and remain under 24-hour armed guard watch in his luxury Manhattan, which was also across the street from here Bill Cody lives.

Lisa Bloom, an attorney who represents some of Epstein's accusers, tweeted Thursday that her clients "don’t wish suicide upon anyone, not even a recidivist predator who has tricked and hurt so many women."

Instead, the accusers want the financier "to stay alive to face the justice and accountability which is so long overdue. And it’s coming," Bloom tweeted.

Like many similar cases, wealthy and powerful men have been charged with sexually abuse charges previously and had been let free. Safe to say its a "New Day - New Era" and us as a community want justice.