A famed forensic pathologist has revealed that there are telltale signs of homicide in the case of disgraced sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein’s death. The wealthy elite was found dead in August in his Manhattan federal prison cell.
Dr. Michael Baden is a renowned former New York City medical examiner. For over 50 years, he worked high profile cases and created a successful medical career. He has actively probed cases involving O.J. Simpson, Martin Luther King, former President John F. Kennedy, and many other high profile matters. His impressive credentials give even more reasons for suspicions into this questionable case not to fade but to grow.
Epstein was awaiting trial on federal sex-trafficking charges where other elites, celebrities, and politicians were implicated in this disgraceful ploy. His charges involved underage girls and his sexual and horrendous mistreatment of them. He was worth more than $550 million, and his connections to high elites across the country made this case gain worthy attention. His heinous crimes towards underage girls brought about many suspicions and questions from the public about who else had been involved.
Jefferey Epstein’s brother Mark Epstein ultimately hired Dr. Baden. Mark was next of kin and decided to utilize this independent pathologist to get answers that were being withheld from their family. Baden was able to observe the autopsy, where he reveals the findings are much more consistent with strangulation due to homicide. The official ruling showed a much more unlikely scenario of suicidal hanging.
Baden explained to Fox News that there were two fractures on the left side of Epstein’s larynx, which involved his thyroid cartilage or better known as Adam’s apple. Sitting above his Adam’s apple was a fracture on the hyoid bone as well.
“Those three fractures are extremely unusual in suicidal hangings and could occur much more commonly in homicidal strangulation,” Baden stated.
The information gathered cannot say without a shadow of a doubt that Epstein was murdered for a fact. However, Baden said that these three fractures were extremely rare in a suicide case. Throughout his 50 year career, he has never seen this occur with suicidal hangings. He has examined over 20,000 bodies and has excellent expertise in this field.
This forensic pathologist also discussed the hemorrhages in Epstein’s eyes. This is a rare occurrence in suicidal hangings but is instead very common when it comes to homicidal strangulations. The independent study done by Braden is not yet complete because not all the information has been officially released.
A sheet was tied around the disgraced sex offender’s neck. Baden says any evidence that can be gathered from the cloth of the sheet could be a critical factor in determining if someone else could be implicated in the death. He does not have the DNA results regarding the hanging material. Having this information given over promptly would help lessen the speculation, according to Baden. However, relevant reports and data, in this case, are suspiciously being covered and have not yet been transparent.
Many people were unfulfilled with New York City Medical Examiner Barbara Sampson ruling Epstein’s mysterious cause of death to be that of a suicide by hanging. Baden called out the inconsistencies of the investigation and stated, “There’s evidence here of homicide that should be investigated, to see if it is or isn’t homicide.”
Still, Sampson has stuck by her findings of suicide and insists she has shared information with Epstein’s family and their hired representation, which includes Baden the pathologist. Sampson said that the first examination was thorough, so she stands firm on not allowing for a secondary medical investigation.
If there was nothing to hide, why can there not be a subsequent independent investigation done? The medical examiner who ultimately ruled Epstein’s death a suicide says she has shared all relevant information but then goes on to contradict that. The amount of circumstantial evidence, in this case, pointing towards foul play, just keeps growing.
On July 23, Epstein was found in his prison cell lying on the floor with deep marks around his neck. Due to this, he was placed on suicide watch. Conveniently, he was shorty taken off suicide watch just a week later. He was then relocated to a new cell with a roommate. Coincidentally or not, his roommate was removed shortly after that, and Epstein was left in a cell alone.
The day Epstein was found deceased in his cell, the prison security system and procedures had a “total breakdown.” The two guards who were left in charge allegedly fell asleep. They were responsible for making 30-minute rounds but did not make rounds for over three long hours. Another very suspicious and basically unbelievable occurrence was that the multiple security cameras that were set to record Epstein’s cell and the outside hallway malfunctioned during this time.
Many people on both sides of the political aisle are not taking the apparent irregularities of this case lightly. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who is a prominent Democrat, stated at a recent press conference, “Something doesn’t fit here.” He made several references to the highly questionable rulings in Epstein’s case.
The Clinton’s close relationship with the sex trafficker has been under scrutiny since the suicide ruling. The host of “The Daily Show,” Trevor Noah, straight out asked Hillary Clinton how she murdered Jeffrey Epstein. Noah is a comedian and semi-jokingly poked at the Clintons cover up history and their tight bond with Epstein.
Noah continued the questioning by saying that Clinton is known “to be behind everything nefarious,” and he also makes mention of her unyielding power she seems to possess. As usual, Clinton dodged the question and somehow tried to make herself the victim in this scenario. She said the theories of her being involved in the death of not just Epstein but others were close with her and mysteriously have died, were crazy theories. She stated, “I don’t know what I ever did to get them so upset.”
The inconsistencies and apparent obstructions in the Jeffery Epstein death case is cause for great concern. The American people are not buying the story that is being played as a concrete ruling of suicide. As more and more evidence continues to come forward, it is evident that this case is far from over.