The research of the Book, Epstein shows that a multi-millionaire with a number of broken bones in his neck, and the neck. Such injuries can have on both the suspension, as the strangulation point, it writes in The Washington Post Thursday, according to sources.
The hyoid bone, from Epstein, it would have been broken. Forensic experts say that it is more common in older people who hang themselves, while other experts point out that a fractured hyoid bone is much more common in victims of strangulation.
The research would be the Sunday have already been completed, but there is, as yet, little is known about the exact cause of death. According to the official reports have yet to be determined.
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Investigation into ‘irregularities in the detention centre’
The united states department of Justice has opened an investigation into the “irregularities in the detention centre,” where the island was.
Epstein was the weeks leading up to his death, even though wounded, found in the cell. He would be subject to enhanced supervision are in place, but that was obviously canceled. In addition, two of the guards that Epstein kept an eye on, according to The New York Times, and quite a overgewerkt, and was his cell mate moved.
The controversial businessman was suspected of dozens of underage girls have been. He was also supposed to be a girl, to have paid to others, to him, to introduce him to you. During the massage sessions’ over-used them and then.
The multi-millionaire, who is rich, it was as a manager of assets for billionaires, had homes in New York and Paris, as well as a private island in the U.s. Virgin islands. The French public prosecutor’s office was Monday, well-known as to examine whether he has been abusive practices set out in France and belgium.
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