to connectVideoDr. Michael Baden, makes a bombshell claim about Jeffrey Epstein’s death
Famed forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden, was hired by Jeffrey Epstein’s brother, in order to observe the autopsy of the disgraced money man and the age of the offender; Bryan Llenas reports from New York.
NEW YORK CITY – Fox News has obtained the autopsy report on the disgraced financier and sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who was found dead last August in his Manhattan jail cell, awaiting trial on federal sex-trafficking charges. The report contained photographs of the disruption caused by the Epstein that it is important that the pathologist Dr. Michael Baden told Fox News will be “rare” in the kill room.
Bathtubs revealed for ‘Fox & Friends’ in an exclusive interview earlier on Wednesday that Epstein’s body bore the signs of murder, in spite of the New York City Medical Examiner’s Office ruled that the amount of money that the man’s death was caused by suicide by hanging.
Baden, who is Epstein’s brother rented it and saw it in the autopsy, told Fox News that the findings are more consistent with homicidal strangulation than in a suicide.
He described three fractures were found at the autopsy, a man on the left-hand side and the right side of the larynx, especially the thyroid cartilage, or “Adam’s apple”, and the one on the left side, hyoid bone above the adam’s apple.
A chart of Jeffrey Epstein’s research report is an overview showing the approximate location of a fracture to his hyoid bone. The New York City Medical Examiner’s Office.)
According to the autopsy summary, the hyoid bone exhibited a fracture of the left thyroid gland showed two fractures, one on the right-hand side, and one on the left-hand side in accordance with the Pools described above.
A microscopic view of two of the numbers in the circles on the end, and the right-hand side of the Jeffrey Epstein of the thyroid gland. The New York City Medical Examiner’s Office.)
‘That’s three faults are very uncommon in suicidal curtains, and can be a lot more common in homicidal strangulation,” in Baden, a Fox News, a respondent said.
However, there is not enough information to make a sound, the three fractures were very rare,” said Baden, who took the cases of O. J. Simpson, and President John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, a record producer, Phil Spector, the New England Patriots star, Aaron Hernandez, and many, many others.
“I haven’t seen in close to 50 years old who have been in a suicidal hanging case,” the 85-year-old, a former New York City medical examiner said.
The New York City Medical Examiner’s Office on Wednesday was concluded that Epstein’s death was caused by suicide by hanging.
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“We have to stand by that provision,” the New York City Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Barbara Sampson said in a statement. “We will continue to share information on the diagnostic work-up with Mr Epstein’s family, or their representatives, and of their pathology and a consultant. The initial medical examination is thorough and complete. There is no need for a second medical examination by one of our offices.”
Baden said his independent examination, it is not complete because some pieces of information are missing, and the Epstein family is demanding answers.
“The investigation is not complete until all the information has come in,” he said.
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Epstein, was found hanging in his cell at the high-security Metropolitan Correctional Center in new york city and was later pronounced dead, investigators said.
Plaintiff alleged that the convicted sex offender be paid to girls as young as 14 to several hundred dollars for a massage, before he abused them at his homes in New York and Palm Beach, Fla., between 2002 and 2005. He was awaiting trial at federal prison, according to the federal agencies — believed to be the FBI and Justice Department — had jurisdiction over the investigation into his death, Baths had to be explained.
He said that it was unknown to him, and to the Epstein family, to work for the fbi, as has been done, and what results they may have.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons, told Fox News in a statement on Wednesday that the case is still under investigation by the FBI and the us Department of Justice, Office of the Inspector General.
“If you refer to previously published reports, with a listing on the New York city Medical Examiner’s Office has ruled the death a suicide,” the agency said.
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The ligature, or the item that is being used to tie something tightly, is said to have been made out of a single sheet that was twisted and put around Epstein’s neck to Bathe, he said. The evidence on the canvas and the material that would help prove whether or not someone else was involved in Epstein’s death.
“Who would have their DNA on the ligatures,” Baden said. “We don’t have the results yet,” he added, saying those results should be reported to give a quick overview and to reduce speculation.”
Epstein had already been discovered on the 23rd of July — more than two weeks prior to his death on the floor of his cell, with marks around his neck, and he was placed on suicide watch.
He was taken off suicide watch for a week or so later and put in a cell with a roommate, who was just a few days after that, leaving Epstein alone in the cell, the Baths, will be explained.
On the day that Epstein was found dead, the prison security, had experienced “a total breakdown” in the proceedings, in accordance with the Pools.
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Two of the security guards allegedly had fallen asleep at work, missing the 30-minute period for more than 3 hours, and the closed-circuit television cameras in the cell, and that the course did not was, according to Baden.
He said Mark Epstein, the Beginning of a close relative, had hired him to carry out an independent investigation, because the family wasn’t getting answers. As Jeffrey Epstein’s death was determined to be a homicide, and his brother, and others, may be at risk because they don’t want to,” Baden said.
Fox News’ Bryan Llenas contributed to this report.