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Jeffrey Epstein, the wounded in prison, began to monitor suicide, while allegations of sex trafficking were prosecuted.

Jeffrey Epstein, the wounded in prison, began to monitor suicide, while allegations of sex trafficking were prosecuted.

The accused pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein, was found injured on his cell floor at the New York Metropolitan Recovery Center on Wednesday, a police source confirmed CBS News's chief investigative manufacturer Pat Milton. The source said that it was not clear that his injuries were self-afflicted, but Einstein was kept under surveillance of suicide at the Correctional Institution as a precaution. His wounds were not considered deadly.


Officials were still investigating what was the cause of the injuries, and Epstein returned to jail on Thursday after treating his injuries.

The wealthy 66-year-old financier was arrested in New York on July 6 and later charged with conspiracy for sex trafficking and sex trafficking. It is said about him that he abused dozens of girls under 14 years of age.

Epstein has requested not to be guilty of all charges. A New York judge had denied his bail plea a week ago. Epstein felt embarrassed when the judge decided, Mola Lagey of CBS News reported. Ultimately, the judge's decision was reduced for the main factor; He believed that Epstein was a threat to the public.

Other factors in the decision were the apprehension that Epstein had the risk of fleeing and recently discovered evidence in his New York City home. About three weeks ago, the search caught dozens of loose diamonds, $ 70,000 cash and a wealth of sexually thoughtful images. They also found a fake Austrian passport with a picture of Epstein with an address in Saudi Arabia.

The judge also considered the recent testimony of two alleged victims, one of whom registered pedophiles "a horrific man walking on the streets."

The date of the trial has not yet been established.