Michael Baden, a forensic pathologist hired by Epstein’s brother to look into his death said today on Trump’s favorite show Fox and Friends that based on his analysis, the cause of Jeffrey Epstein’s death was a homicide by strangulation. Specifically, Baden told Fox and Friends’ hosts, “I think the evidence points to a homicide rather than a suicide” adding, “Because there are three fractures in the hyoid bone, the thyroid cartilage that are very unusual for suicide and more indicative of strangulation — homicidal strangulation.”
This of course contradicts the official cause of death given by the New York City Medical Examiner in August that Epstein died of suicide by hanging and is sure to add to the already rampant conspiracy theories surrounding the accused child sex trafficker’s death.
There was already rampant public speculation, including by Yours Truly, that Epstein may have been killed in order to prevent him from giving testimony in his criminal case that might have negatively affected very powerful people, up to and including President Trump, whom he was known to have socialized with. This bombshell revelation therefore that his death was a homicide and not a suicide will undoubtedly lead to questions as to who may have killed him and what the motive behind his killing was?
It also bears pointing out that Michael Baden is a former New York City Medical Examiner so his findings cannot just be dismissed as frivolous. It will be interesting to see how New York City officials who declared Epstein’s death a suicide deal with Baden’s bombshell revelation on Fox and Friends.
Also currently playing out in federal court is a civil suit by one of Epstein’s accusers Virginia Roberts Giuffre where the presiding judge has intimated that she may release the names of some 1000-plus people Epstein had listed on his address book. Yours Truly has written about this issue and there is tremendous appetite for Epstein’s address book.
#BREAKING:Almost TWO MONTHS have elapsed since a federal judge intimated she WAS READY TO release names of 1,000-plus people listed in #Epstein‘s address book. Folks, WHO’S IN Epstein’s book??#TheResistance #CNN #MSNBC #Yahoo #SaturdayThoughts #FBRPartyhttps://t.co/RpJNeqC23j— Emoluments Clause (@Emolclause) October 26, 2019
Bottom line despite Epstein’s death, his case remains one of great public interest. Questions remain about the way he died, and now, whether the public will get to see the people he listed on his address book. Today’s revelation that he may have been killed will only add to the public interest. All Yours Truly can say is, stay tuned!!
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