Tactical Ops Brewing in Fresno has produced limited edition cans with the message about the New York financier and convicted pedophile.
Its manager says that the ‘2019/11/06 EPSTEIN DIDN’T KILL HIMSELF’ message will appear on 54 packs worth of Basher Oatmeal Stout beer cans, according to
November 6 refers to the date that the beer went on sale.
The manager, Carlos Tovar, said he thought of the idea a week ago.
He said the issue of whether the financier killed himself is ‘a big thing right now.’
Tactical Ops Brewing in Fresno, California, is selling limited edition Basher Oatmeal Stout beer cans that are marked at the bottom with the message ‘2019/11/06 EPSTEIN DIDN’T KILL HIMSELF’
The ‘Epstein didn’t kill himself’ trope has become a popular meme, with theories swirling around the death of the convicted pedophile
Carlos Tovar, the manager of Tactical Ops Brewing, said the issue of whether the financier killed himself is ‘a big thing right now’
The ‘Epstein didn’t kill himself’ trope has become a popular meme.
Last weekend, a former Navy SEAL who appeared on Fox News to discuss the use of dogs in the military ended the segment by declaring ‘Epstein didn’t kill himself,’ leaving host Jesse Watters momentarily stunned.
Mike Ritland, founder of Warrior Dog Foundation, was speaking on Fox News’ ‘Watters World’ discussing Conan, the heroic dog that helped US troops take out ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in the special ops raid in Syria last month.
At the end of the interview he asked if he was allowed to give a public service announcement to viewers.
‘If you see the coverage, and you decide, “I want one of these dogs,”‘ a straight-faced Ritland says into the camera, ‘either buy a fully trained and finished dog from a professional, or just don’t get one at all…. That and Epstein didn’t kill himself.’
Watters was looking down and replies, ‘alright,’ when he hears the comment.
A moment later, after Ritland’s words had sunk in, the Fox News host’s eyes light up and he laughed off the comment.
Epstein (above) was found dead in his Manhattan jail cell on August 10
Ritland is a former SEAL who fought in Operation Iraqi Freedom and his Warrior Dog Foundation aims to ‘give back to the Special Operations K-9 Community,’ according to its website.
Watters dismissed Ritland’s remarks, but not before making his own joke.
‘Maybe more on that later’, he told viewers.
Ritland’s comment came after a bombshell October 30 interview with leading forensic pathologist Dr Michael Baden on Fox & Friends where he shared his conclusions about the suspicious nature of Epstein’s death after the financier was discovered dead in his cell on August 10.
The former New York City medical examiner, who was hired by Epstein’s brother and present at the autopsy, shared that the findings are more consistent with homicidal strangulation.
‘At the autopsy on day one there were findings that were unusual for suicidal hanging and more consistent with ligature homicidal strangulation,’ said the pathologist.
New York City Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Barbara Sampson declared on October 30 that she stands ‘firmly’ behind her findings.
‘Our investigation concluded that the cause of Mr. Epstein’s death was hanging and the manner of death was suicide. We stand by that determination’, Sampson said in a statement.
‘We continue to share information around the medical investigation with Mr. Epstein’s family, their representatives, and their pathology consultant. The original medical investigation was thorough and complete. There is no reason for a second medical investigation by our office’.
The suicide brought to light that guards who were supposed to be watching Epstein were asleep and faked log entries to make it look like they were keeping an eye on the billionaire.
The 66-year-old sexual deviant was determined to have been left alone for hours. It also was learned that he should have had a cell mate, but the inmate scheduled to move in with him was mysteriously transferred just hours before he killed himself.
Last week, Mike Ritland of the Warrior Dog Foundation stunned Fox News host Jesse Watters (left) when he ended a segment about military dogs by saying: ‘That and Epstein didn’t kill himself’
Epstein’s brother hired noted forensic pathologist Dr Michael Baden (above) who told Fox News on October 30 that he believes Epstein’s injuries are consistent with homicidal strangulation, not suicide
Conspiracy theorists, unnerved by the protocol failures and unusual circumstances leading up to the alleged suicide, insisted Epstein may have been taken out instead and have demanded more investigation.
The doubters have included President Donald Trump, who stoked the conspiracy theories with his Twitter account.
Trump at one point retweeted conspiracy theories linking Bill and Hillary Clinton to Epstein’s suicide while remaining silent on the death of his former friend.
Trump’s Twitter feed included a link to a breaking news site which claimed that unsealed court documents revealed ‘top Democrats, including Bill Clinton, took private trips to Jeffrey Epstein’s “pedophile island”.’