There may not be surveillance video of Epstein's death -- and a former Bureau of Prisons employee explains why
Jeffrey Epstein (NBC News)

A former Bureau of Prisons employee told Fox News that there might not be video surveillance of Jeffrey Epstein's death in the prison where he was housed.

As the adage goes, "dead men tell no tales," and Epstein could have had extensive amounts of information on many people in power.

Fox News correspondent Jacqui Heinrich tweeted that the employee had knowledge of the facility, and not every cell has cameras due to privacy concerns for those awaiting trial.