Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer on Monday said he has “a lot of faith” in the leadership of the FBI to investigate the death of Jeffrey Epstein, the wealthy financier accused of running a child sex trafficking ring who is alleged to have died by suicide in a federal jail over the weekend.

“I have a lot of faith in Christopher Wray, who is the director of the FBI,” Schumer said during an unrelated press conference in the Albany suburb of East Greenbush. “They are doing a thorough investigation. All I would say is they should turn over every stone and get to the bottom of everything without any interference. Wray assures us that will happen.”

Epstein died while in the custody of the Manhattan Correctional Center, a federal facility, just days after he was found unconscious in his cell. He had been placed on suicide watch, but was reportedly taken off it days before he died.

Epstein was connected to a variety of wealthy and powerful people, including former President Bill Clinton, President Donald Trump and Prince Andrew. His death has sparked conspiracy theories, but Schumer would not speculate on the questions raised by Epstein’s death.

“You do have questions, but I think there are all kinds of conspiracy theories floating around, I’d prefer to wait for Director Wray to come out with his report,” he said.