Jeffrey Epstein did not kill himself says pathologist who witnessed autopsy
by Harriet Alexander, The Telegraph, UK
It is extraordinary that all public authorities are corrupt. It seems clear enough that many of the elite who rule us are pedofiles and that Epstein was murdered to prevent him from exposing them should his trial go forward. Remember, his first arrest was a whitewash, and Epstein only served a short time in jail during the night only. He was released during daytime.
The Telegraph, UK:
Jeffrey Epstein did not kill himself, a leading forensic pathologist who was hired by his brother to examine the body has claimed.
Mark Epstein, the younger brother of the financier, has always been concerned that the death behind bars of Epstein, 66, was unexplained.
His death launched a series of conspiracy theories speculating that Epstein was murdered to keep him from revealing information about the rich and powerful men in his social circle who may have been involved in crimes, including sex trafficking.
“The brother doesn’t think it was suicide – he is concerned it might be murder,” said Dr Michael Baden, one of the world’s leading forensic pathologists and a former chief medical examiner for New York City.
“It’s 80 days now and if, in fact, it is a homicide, other people might be in jeopardy.”
Epstein was found dead in a New York City jail on August 10, while awaiting trial on charges of sex trafficking of minors. The New York City medical examiner, Barbara Sampson, ruled on August 16 that Epstein’s cause of death was suicide by hanging.
However the second pathologist, hired by Mr Epstein, came to a different conclusion, having viewed the body and been present at the autopsy the day after Epstein died.
He also raised questions about the handling of Epstein’s body.
“They rushed the body out of the jail, which they shouldn’t do because that destroys the evidence,” he said.
Dr Baden found that Epstein had two fractures on the left and right sides of his larynx.
He told the Miami Herald that it is rare for any bones to be broken in a hanging,