Jeffrey Epstein’s former cell mate on the Metropolitan Correctional Center Nicholas Tartaglione is receiving threats from jail guards to “shut up” and “stop talking.”
Tartaglione, the previous cop convicted of a quadruple murder, shared a cell with Epstein and was finally moved a couple of cells away. Tartaglione’s lawyer says the threats are so unhealthy that he desires his shopper moved to a brand new jail.
Via The New York Post:
Jeffrey Epstein’s former Manhattan cell mate says guards at the lockup have been threatening him for the reason that financier’s demise, in accordance to a authorized submitting by his attorneys Tuesday asking a decide to transfer him to a brand new jail.
Hulking ex-cop Nicholas Tartaglione — who briefly bunked with Epstein on the Metropolitan Correctional Center — has been advised by numerous guards there to “shut up,” “stop talking” and “stop complaining,” as questions swirled about how the accused sex-trafficker was ready to commit suicide in federal custody, Tartaglione legal professional Bruce Barket says in a letter to White Plains federal decide Kenneth Karas.
“The clear message Mr. Tartaglione has obtained is that if he conveys details about the ability or about [Epstein’s] latest suicide, there might be a value to pay,” Barket’s letter reads. “Whether or not the investigators into the suicide selected to interview Mr. Tartaglione in regards to the tried suicide to which he was witness or about how the facility is run and the situations below which the inmates are compelled to reside, the correction officers know he has data doubtlessly very damaging to the very individuals now charged with guarding him or their coworkers.”
According to The New York Post Tartaglione, 51, is awaiting trial on fees he murdered 4 males as a part of a drug deal gone unhealthy. He is accused of burying the our bodies on his Otisville property.