Whether Jeffrey Epstein did indeed kill himself has been sparking controversy theories ever since his supposed suicide in August, and this statement just adds to the confusion.
A former NAVY seal appeared on Fox News to talk about military dogs. Mike Ritland is the founder of Warrior Dog Foundation. He took to the show to discuss the heroism of dogs such as Conan, who was wounded in the take-down of Al-Baghdadi.
Rutland started the Warrior Foundation “with the sole purpose of giving back to the Special Operations K-9 Community.”
“The Warrior Dog Foundation helps to transition these K-9 heroes from an operational environment into our state-of-the-art kennel facility,” their website reads.
Rutland took the opportunity at the end of the show to discourage listeners from adopting military dogs. Right at the end of his PSA, he said, “And Epstein didn’t kill himself.”
Jesse Watters, host of Watters’ World, initially said, “Alright.” He then laughingly added, “OK. Thank you for that commentary. Maybe more on that later.”
Epstein died in Manhattan in August last year. Last Wednesday, pathologist Dr Michael Baden said, “I think that the evidence points toward homicide rather than suicide.”
Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Barbara Sampson said, “Our investigation concluded that the cause of Mr. Epstein’s death was hanging and the manner of death was suicide.
The Warrior Dog Foundation would also like to start a museum for service dogs. The website showcases stories of hero dogs. One of the stories reads, “Arko was one of the reasons the Warrior Dog Foundation was created. MPC Arko was shot point-blank in the chest with an AK-47. A round that would have otherwise been meant for soldiers behind him. He went in to take down a suspected insurgent. He grabbed him and the guy shot him. He still managed to take the insurgent down. He lived out his retirement in peace, here on the WDF ranch.”
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