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    BREAKING: Billionaire Sex Offender Jeffrey Epstein Commits Suicide

    Updated: August 10, 2019 at 12:59 pm EST  See Comments

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    The Bible mentions six people who committed suicide (Judges 9:541 Samuel 31:4-62 Samuel 17:231 Kings 16:18Matthew 27:5). None of them were righteous, to say the least. The Bible nowhere explicitly states, “it is a sin to commit suicide,” but the Bible does condemn murder (Exodus 20:13). Suicide is “self-murder,” therefore suicide is a sin since murder is a sin. Aside from the “do not commit murder” command, suicide is also a sin for the following two reasons, one theological and one practical: (1) it is God and God alone who has the right to determine life and death, and (2) suicide reveals a belief that God is not powerful enough to help you solve your problems.

    Update: NBC News reporter Tom Winter has said Epstein was “not currently on suicide watch when he was found in his cell this morning.”

    Jeffrey Epstein, the registered sex offender and billionaire financier facing trial for alleged sex trafficking, committed suicide in his Manhattan jail cell Saturday morning.

    ABC News reported that three law enforcement officials confirmed the death to the outlet. The New York Times reported Epstein had hung himself and that his body was found Saturday morning around 7:30 a.m. NBC News reported that after Epstein was found, he was taken to a hospital in Lower Manhattan and arrived in cardiac arrest.

    The suicide comes just three weeks after he was found injured in his cell. At that time, Epstein was found with marks around his neck, although it was not clear whether he had attempted suicide, made an attempt

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