Discoveries during Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy show he might have been murdered, and not committed suicide, despite the official ruling.
Dr. Michael Baden, a man with a career spanning more than 50 years, who has examined more than 20,000 bodies, including cases including, President John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King and many others, has come out with a claim that there is a possibility that sex offender Epstein’s death was a homicide and not a suicide.
The medical legend discovered strange fractures, which he says are more common in homicidal strangulation, and are “extremely unusual” in suicidal hangings, with the fractures being on the thyroid cartilage, or the Adam’s apple, and another fracture on the left hyoid bone right above it.
“I’ve not seen in 50 years where that occurred in a suicidal hanging case,” Baden told Fox News.
He also shared another thing that, while not completely unheard of in hanging cases, is very common in strangulation – hemorrhages in Epstein’s eyes.
Baden, however, wished to stress the matter that his investigation is not complete and will not be until all the information is there, adding that the cloth material, supposedly used by Epstein to strangle himself, could be the key to solving whether or not this is in fact a murder case - “Whoever it is would have their DNA all over the ligature. We don’t have those results yet, … should be reported quickly to give an idea and lessen the speculation.”
Abnormalities surround the offender’s death, as he was placed on suicide watch on July 23, roughly two weeks before his death, then taken off a week later and put in a cell with a roommate, who was moved within a few days. Baden also said that “it was determined that the two guards who were supposed to be working in that area of the prison had allegedly fallen asleep and hadn’t made their 30-minute rounds for more than 3 hours.”
“It doesn’t give you the answer. It’s not a typical hanging case,” Baden said about Epstein’s death.