Forensic pathologist says Epstein autopsy may point to homicide rather than suicide
A former NYC medical examiner just announced that the results of recently-deceased sex offender Jeffery Epstein’s autopsy may suggest homicide rather than suicide.
The high-profile sex offender was awaiting trial for new charges of sex trafficking in a Manhattan jail when he was found hanging in his cell in early August.
His death was assumed to be a suicide, but suspicious circumstances surrounding his death left still-unresolved questions in the minds of the America people.
Dr. Michael Baden was tasked by Epstein’s family to investigate the cause of his death. What he found may turn the entire story on its head.
Baden told “Fox & Friends” that, “I think that the evidence points toward homicide rather than suicide.” He went on to explain his reasoning: “there are multiple — three fractures in the hyoid bone, in the thyroid cartilage that are very unusual for suicide and more indicative of strangulation, homicidal strangulation.
Baden explained that the ligature, the item used to tie something tightly, allegedly on Epstein’s neck was made from a sheet and could have DNA on it to provide more context into the death. He then questioned why the results of the DNA test have not been released yet.
While Epstein’s death and the “total breakdown” of security surveillance that allowed it to happen shook the nation at the time, the media quickly turned its focus on to the next news event, leaving the American people in the dark.
Epstein’s case could have implicated many rich and powerful Democrats, including former president and known Epstein associate Bill Clinton. This homicide revelation may just blow the lid off the suicide narrative and renew investigative efforts into what really happened.