Jeffrey Epstein’s brother shares never-before-seen autopsy photos, raising new questions about Epstein’s death

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Jeffrey Epstein’s brother told Megyn Kelly on Friday that he does not believe his brother committed suicide and released previously unseen autopsy photos of his brother.

Mark Epstein told Kelly that he initially believed his brother committed suicide because he had no reason not to believe authorities. But things changed after his brother’s autopsy.

That’s because Mark hired renowned pathologist Dr. Michael Baden to witness the autopsy. Dr. Baden, a former New York City coroner, concluded that the evidence on Epstein’s body was not consistent with suicide by hanging. Rather, Dr. Baden said, the evidence proves that Epstein died of “homicidal strangulation.”

In an interview with Kelly, Mark revealed more evidence of that.

First, Mark emphasized the position in which his brother was allegedly found.Department of Justice Inspector General Report state:

Epstein was suspended from the top of the bed in a near-sitting position, his buttocks about an inch to an inch and a half off the floor, and his feet straight out on the floor in front of him. Ta.

But if that’s true, his buttocks, and especially the soles of his feet, would have had vitality — a bluish-purple skin discoloration that indicates blood pooling after someone dies. . The blood would have subsided,” Mark said.

“But the autopsy photos show there was some transparency in his legs and buttocks. There was some rawness on his back,” Mark said, showing a photo of his brother’s legs during the autopsy. explained.

“The fact that his legs were clean even when he was lying down means that unless he was hung upside down, the blood would not have flowed from his legs to his back,” he continued. “The fact that there was no life left in his legs and buttocks calls into question the fact that he was found the way they described.”

Mark then shared a photo of his brother’s neck, which showed a thin, concentrated, low-lying mark.

Mark agreed with Kelly, saying the bruises looked like they were caused by a noose, rope, or wire rather than prison sheets. But the location of the bruise also suggests Epstein did not hang himself, Mark said.

“You can find pictures of people hanging from old lynching photos or old wartime photos, and the ligatures go high under the chin and go behind the ears,” Mark explains. did.

“And when I looked at the picture, [of Epstein’s autopsy] …The ligature mark on his neck is lower in the middle of his neck and kind of goes straight back,” Mark observed.

Mark said he tried to discuss his questions and concerns with the Justice Department, but government officials prevented him from doing so.

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