David Berman (the poet and rock singer who committed suicide) “dies at 52.”
Jeffrey Epstein (the pedophile pimp to the American ruling class who was murdered) “committed suicide.”
If Epstein really did commit suicide, why not announce his death the way they announce every other suicide? Usually, when someone kills himself, the Times announces that “he’s found dead” and only when the death is proven to be a suicide do they use the term “suicide.”
Let’s look at a few more.
Chester Bennington (who clearly indicated in all his music he was suicidal) “is dead at 41.”
Chris Cornell, the lead singer of Soundgarden, “dies at 52.”
Kurt Cobain, the hesitant poet of grunge rock, “dead at 27.”
“Anthony Bourdain, Renegade Chef Who Reported From the World’s Tables, Is Dead at 61.”
The only time I can find that the NY Times explicitly put “suicide” in the headline was for Jeffrey Epstein. How kind of the the New York Times to let us know there was nothing suspicious about the death of a man who had dirt on half the American ruling class.