Epstein Had ‘Unexplained Injuries’ on Wrist and Shoulder At Time of Death, According to Brother

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Billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein had ‘unexplained injuries’ on his wrist and shoulder at the time of his death, according to Epstein’s brother, Mark.

Epstein’s brother revealed the concerning discrepancy when speaking with Fox News on Wednesday.

Epstein had been jailed in New York’s Metropolitan Correction Center when he died of an apparent suicide in August.

Mark Epstein had hired a forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Baden, to observe his brother’s autopsy. Baden noticed the wrist and shoulder injuries during the procedure, but says it’s too early to conclude whether these injuries were suffered during a homicide.

Autopsy files describe Epstein as having suffered a deep muscle hemorrhaging of his left shoulder and “faint, red” contusions on his wrists. Epstein had also broken a bone in his neck.

Mark Epstein appears suspicious of the official narrative and has been stonewalled in his attempts to access further information about his brother’s death. The injuries “are unexplained. Was he handcuffed and struggled? Was someone holding his wrists? The marks on his wrist are unexplained,” according to Epstein when speaking with Fox News.

The less infamous Epstein apparently first sought to obtain his brother’s medical information after his death from the New York City Medical Examiner, but was redirected to the Department of Justice. His attempts to get the information have since gone unanswered by the DoJ, which Mr. Epstein alleges is “playing games. I’ve done the appropriate requests with Justice twice, and have heard nothing. I was told someone is looking into it.”

The surprising death of such a scandalous and politically connected individual in jail has led many to doubt suicide as the cause of death. Jeffery Epstein was known for his connections to influential people, such as Bill Clinton and the UK’s Prince Andrew.

His death ensures he can never speak further on the nature of his relationships with them.