Epstein & # 39; s body showed signs of strangulation, claims medical researcher with 50 years of experience who also investigated the cases of OJ Simpson, Phil Spector
Dr. Michael Baden shared his conclusions about the suspicious nature of Jeffrey Epstein's death during a Wednesday interview
According to a prominent forensic pathologist, the body of shame sex offender Jeffrey Epstein showed significant signs of strangulation murder and not suicide.
In a bomb interview with & # 39; Fox & Friends & # 39;, Dr. Michael Baden shared his conclusions about the suspicious nature of Epstein's death after the financier was discovered dead in his cell on 10 August.
The former medical investigator from New York City, who was hired by Epstein's brother, shared that the findings are more consistent with murderous strangulation.
Baden described how the 66-year-old financier had two fractures on the left and right sides of his larynx around the Adam's apple.
He also had a fracture on the left hyoid bone that is above the Adam's apple, Baden explained.
The former medical investigator from New York City, who was hired by Epstein's brother, shared that the findings are more consistent with murder murder than with suicide
"Those three fractures are extremely unusual in suicidal curtains and can occur much more frequently in murder strangles," Baden said.
Baden – who has been working on cases involving OJ Simpson, President John F Kennedy, Aaron Hernandez and more – said the three fractures & # 39; rare & # 39; goods.
The 85-year-old forensic pioneer added, "I haven't seen in 50 years where that happened in a suicide suitcase."