New Evidence Suggests Jeffrey Epstein Was Strangled

Pathologist Dr. Michael Baden appeared on Dr. Oz and explained his findings during Epstein's autopsy.

Dr. Baden pointed out that Epstein had burst capillaries around his eyeballs. He suggested that this was a sign of strangulation... not a hanging. He also pointed out that if he was hanged from his bedpost, his legs would show a purple or dark color. His legs were not colored. There was also broken bones.

If Epstein had died by hanging, he would show more color in the face from having his blood vessels blocked. But he did not show any signs. 'with a manual strangulation, there’s a backup of a pressure and the little capillaries can rupture and they’re best seen in the eye.' says Dr. Baden. Even the noose that was found in his jail cell didn't match up.

What was strange was that Epstein was moved into a cell without a cellmate despite being on suicide watch while prison guards Tova Noel and Michael Thomas both didn't go to check up on him.

This would suggest that Jeffrey Epstein was murdered. The original ruling was 'undetermined' and then 'suicide.'

Before Jeffrey Epstein died on August 10, 2019, he was awaiting trial for sex trafficking charges, mainly with underage girls who were abused by his high profile friends. Some believe that Epstein's former associates and friends wanted him dead so that he couldn't snitch on them.

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