Tucker Carlson Reveals NYPD’s Latest Suspicious Actions Following Epstein’s Death

In a segment on Wednesday, Fox News host Tucker Carlson brought up the issue of trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s suspicious death, revealing that he had discovered yet another concerning element of the issue — the New York Police Department (NYPD) has since deleted the audio of the 911 calls made from the prison when Epstein died.

The Fox News host has been one of many vocal critics of the government’s claims that Epstein committed suicide, as much of the evidence — including several conveniently timed mistakes — points to murder.

According to Carlson, his team called the NYPD to obtain a copy of the 911 calls, but they were informed that it was too late.

“It’s approaching four years since Jeffrey Epstein died in detention in New York City. It’s very obvious he was killed. The more you look at the details, and we have, the more clear it is that somebody got inside the most secure federal lock-up in our most populated city and murdered Jeffrey Epstein. But who?” the Fox News host asked.

“Well, the Department of Justice is in charge of finding out who, of course. And they say they’ve had an investigation for almost four years. So, periodically we reach out to the DOJ and ask, ‘How’s the Epstein investigation going?’” Carlson explained, laughing.

The Fox News host did not seem surprised at all about the response he received from President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice (DOJ).

“We called today again. They told us they would complete and publish their report soon,” Carlson said.

“We also thought it would be worth reaching out to the NYPD and wanted to know what was said in any 911 calls from the federal lock-up in New York on the day that Epstein was found dead. NYPD has just turned over one of those calls to us and it reveals the truth. Here it is,” he added.

Carlson then played a “busy signal” sound effect, and revealed that there was no audio of the call.

“Oh, just kidding! We can’t play that 911 call for you because it’s been deleted. Really! Just like the videotape. Why? Because we’re quote, ‘Well past the 12-month retention period,’” he explained.

“So, it looks like the NYPD deleted the recordings of 911 calls from the jail. So, we thought, well, how about the FBI? We called over to the FBI to say, ‘Do you have any 911 recordings from the jail, from the federal lock-up?’ And we got no response,” Carlson added.

The Fox News host made it clear that he does not plan to stop investigating Epstein’s suspicious death and the government’s shocking lack of transparency on the issue — despite the establishment and the media’s best attempts at covering up the incident.

“No one seems interested anymore, but we’re interested,” Carlson concluded.