Ever since Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his Manhattan jail cell on Saturday morning, millions of Americans have questioned the official story.
Few believe the initial reports of a suicide.
And now this shocking detail about Jeffrey Epstein’s death is the smoking gun that proves he was murdered.
The autopsy results for Jeffrey Epstein are in.
And the results are disturbing.
Medical examiners found evidence of broken bones in Epstein’s neck which can be caused by hanging, but are more commonly seen in strangled murder victims.
The autopsy of deceased alleged child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein shows several broken bones in his neck, raising additional questions about the wealthy criminal’s death, according to a report.
The Washington Post reported late Wednesday that among Epstein’s broken bones was his hyoid, a horseshoe-shaped bone situated near the Adam’s apple in men. Forensic experts told the Post that hyoid breaks are plausible in hanging cases yet are more common in homicide victims who are strangled to death.
Law enforcement received a call Saturday at 6:39 a.m. that Epstein was in cardiac arrest in his Metropolitan Correctional Center cell and was later pronounced dead at New York-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital. According to the New York Post, Epstein was discovered with a bedsheet around his neck which was tied to his bunk bed. “The convicted pedophile, who was 6 feet tall, apparently killed himself by kneeling toward the floor and strangling himself with the makeshift noose,” the paper stated.
The autopsy report comes on top of mind blowing details about both guards watching Epstein claiming to have fallen asleep on the job and other reports of people hearing shrieks coming from Epstein’s cell casting serious doubt on the official story of suicide.
Given Epstein’s connections to rich and powerful Americans that have plenty to hide, the American people need a real investigation into this matter conducted in a thorough and timely fashion.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.