Wow, this is a can of worms. You're obviously referring to Jeffrey Epstein, which is a pretty sensational case.
Let's put this case in perspective. First, is it fair to call Jeffrey Epstein a pedophile?
Every politically astute person knows that money buys justice. When a billionaire (or a multi-millionaire at the least) winds up in prison on these kinds of charges - which Epstein fended off with the help of one of America's most famous lawyers, Alan Dershowitz, previously - you have to be a little suspicious. The corporate media are openly calling him a pedophile. I don't think any sane person doubts that he was a pedophile.
Another established fact: He had extraordinary political connections. Powerful people from Donald Trump and Bill Clinton to British royalty may deny any improprieties, but they don't deny visiting Epstein's Pedophile Island.
The suggestion that Epstein was driven to suicide by harsh prison conditions is absurd. With his money and connections, it's hard to imagine that Epstein was treated worse than other prisoners - most of whom do NOT commit suicide.
We also have to ask how he wound up in solitary confinement when he allegedly tried to commit suicide on another occasion. How does that even begin to make sense? And how did he obtain something to hang himself with? What did he hang himself from? Looking around my apartment, I can't find any solid structure that I could hang myself from. Was there a metal rod conveniently suspended in his cell in solitary confinement?
And how convenient that the incident wasn't captured on a surveillance camera! Kind of reminds me of the commercial airliner that crashed into the Pentagon without being photographed. Come to think of it, this entire incident is reminiscent of 9/11 - an entire series of wildly improbable events that are casually dismissed as irrelevant.
I don't know if the first passage qualifies as a fallacy. It could be a statement made out of simple ignorance. If it was written by a propagandist, then he appears to be manufacturing a bogus explanation. Would this qualify as a straw man?
The next passage consists of three sentences...
You can't blame the prison system for killing this person!
This sentence is a little confusing. Technically, it's possible that Epstein was murdered by someone employed by the prison system. It's hard to imagine how whatever happened could have happened without the assistance of someone within the prison system.
Because he is famous and has connections to a trafficking ring with tons of powerful people, he must have been ordered to be killed to look like a suicide!
Yes, it would be utterly stupid to ignore Epstein's fame, money and connections. However, we don't know if he was murdered. Some have suggested that he was allowed to kill himself as an alternative to spending the rest of his life in prison. I find this highly improbable, though the media claim he did try to commit suicide just a week or two ago.
Another possibility is that his murder was staged, and he was literally rescued from prison. Sounds wild and crazy, but it would not be as hard to accomplish as some would think. We know his body was removed from the prison, though we have know way of knowing if he was actually dead. It would not be hard to make up a story about the body being taken to a hospital. There was an absolutely sensational story about a retired general (the late St. John Stanford) with leukemia who escaped from a hospital here in Seattle so he could walk home to see his family - wearing nothing but a hospital gown and towing an IV tray. The media claimed he was lucid - and that the police at first thought he was stealing the IV tray!
That was an obvious conspiracy involving the hospital, the media, the police department and the Seattle School District. The icing on the cake: The media published an entirely different account the preceding day!
I just wont believe the narrative that a high risk prisoner on suicide watch at a high security prison could just commit suicide!
That's a very sensible statement.
The last statement:
I already know the rich and powerful could get away with everything, but this murder just confirms it!
I don't know if this qualifies as a fallacy, but the rich and powerful can't literally get away with everything. Nevertheless, it's common knowledge that there are effectively two justice systems - one for THEM and the other for US. If a black man gets caught selling cocaine, he may have two options: getting murdered by the police or spending a helluva long time in prison.
Compare that to the Sacklers, who have made billions of dollars off the sale of opioids, which have killed people across the country.
In summary, I can't tell you how many fallacies this conversation embraces. Person Y is the only one making sense, though some of his statements are a little awkward. Person A sounds like an individual who is either 1) ignorant, or 2) an armchair propagandist who is conveniently overlooking the obvious in his attempt to sweep the incident under the rug.
Before Epstein committed suicide, I was wondering how it was even possible for a person with his power and connections to wind up in prison and for his victims to implicate so many famous, powerful people. I couldn't imagine how Epstein could spend the rest of his life in prison and speculated that he would simply be pardoned by Donald Trump. For whatever it's worth, I read somewhere that he was likely facing a sentence of something like 45 years. Considering his age, that would amount to a life sentence, but still - isn't that kind of sentence normally given to a person caught selling cocaine?
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