Jeffrey Epstein’s brother says the pedophile financier was murdered and demands an investigation into his death after the coroner labeled it suicide
- Jeffrey Epstein’s brother Mark Epstein maintains that he was murdered and demands an investigation into the circumstances of his death
- The disgraced financier died on August 10, 2019, in his prison cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, pending trial of sex trafficking allegations
- Mark hired his own pathologist to oversee the autopsy, who concluded that Jeffrey died of murderous strangulation, but the coroner’s office considered it suicide
- “I believe my brother was murdered. I want to know what kind of research they have done. I have no indication that there was one, ”said Mark
Jeffrey Epstein’s brother insists the pedophile financier has been murdered and demands an investigation into his death after a coroner ruled that he died in prison by suicide pending child trafficking charges.
Mark Epstein says he doesn’t believe his brother committed suicide on August 10 in his prison at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, citing how three bones in his neck were broken in an unusual way.
“I believe my brother was murdered. I want to know what kind of research they have done. I have no indication that there was one, ”said Mark Epstein The sun.
“They said the cause of death was pending. Just five days later, they said it was suicide, “he added.
Mark Epstein (left) insists his brother Jeffrey Epstein (right) has been murdered and demands an investigation into his death. Jeffrey Epstein, 66, died in his Manhattan prison on August 10, 2019, and his death has been ruled a suicide
The New York City medical examiner ruled Epstein’s death as suicide by hanging after he was found with sheets wrapped around his neck. He died two weeks after he was jailed in prison.
Doubtful of the results, Epstein’s brother hired pathologist Michael Baden to oversee the autopsy. Baden says Epstein died of murderous strangulation rather than suicide.
Attorney General William Barr’s investigators also concluded that Epstein committed suicide, but Epstein’s brother insists the probe lacks important evidence.
“I hired a highly respected forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Baden, who is an expert on people who are killed and deaths are written off as suicides, to make an independent evaluation, “Mark revealed.
The disgraced financier was found dead two weeks after his suicide watch at the Metropolitan Correction Center (above) in New York.
“There were three broken bones in my brother’s neck.
“Dr. Baden says if you hang yourself and your feet dangle, you’re likely to break bones, but he says he’s never seen three broken bones in some sort of soft hang that would supposedly have killed Jeffrey,” he added.
Epstein’s legal team expressed a similar suspicion about his death, noting that a bail hearing was on the way and had agreed to go under house arrest and pay armed guards to ensure he remained in custody.
The death of the disgraced financier was a huge blow to the investigation of child trafficking charges, accused of buying underage girls for his wealthy and powerful friends and himself.
Epstein’s ex-girlfriend and confidant Ghislaine Maxwell, 58, was arrested on Thursday in New Hampshire on six charges of sex trafficking and perjury in connection with the alleged human trafficking ring
Epstein’s ex-girlfriend and confidant Ghislaine Maxwell, 58, was arrested on Thursday in New Hampshire on six charges of sex trafficking and perjury in connection with the alleged human trafficking.
She previously denied any wrongdoing and is sentenced to 35 years in prison.
Mark Epstein declined to comment on Maxwell’s arrest.
A source close to Epstein says Maxwell’s life may also be in danger now that she has been taken into custody.
“She will be well guarded, but I will not be surprised if she dies and it is announced that she committed suicide,” said the anonymous source.
The source also revealed that before his arrest, Epstein had threatened to have damning information about his rich and powerful friends, including President Donald Trump and former President Bill Clinton.