More details continue to emerge suggesting that dead pedophile Jeffrey Epstein did not kill himself, and was in fact murdered in his jail cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) in August.
An examination from pathologist Dr. Michael Baden has shown that Epstein had broken capillaries in his eyes following his gruesome death. Baden explained to Dr. Oz in a special that is set to air on Thursday that this indicates that Epstein was strangled to death.
He also explained to Dr. Oz that the color in Epstein’s legs following his death indicated that he was murdered as well. Baden said that Epstein’s legs would have been purple or blueish, not pale, if he had killed himself like the official story claims.
“In a hanging, the arteries and the blood vessels, the veins are both clogged off and the person is pale. The face is pale,” Baden said.
“It suffocates you, no blood goes up there,” Dr Oz responded.
“That’s right. No blood coming in or out…. with a manual strangulation, there’s a backup of a pressure and the little capillaries can rupture and they’re best seen in the eye,” Baden continued.
“The blood settles after we die. The so-called lividity, if you’re hanging, the lividity is on the lower part on the legs,” he added. “These would be like maroon/purple, front and back and they aren’t.”
Baden also told Dr. Oz that it is highly unusual to change the cause of death after the initial determination. In Epstein’s case, the cause of death was first described as undetermined but then it was claimed that he committed suicide five days later.
“The initial death certificate was issued at the time of the autopsy, it’s pending further study, getting more information,” Baden said.
“Five days later it was changed to hanging suicide and one of the things the family wishes to know, the estate wishes to know is, what was that additional information that caused them to change it when five months later and the family still doesn’t know what happened to in the first encounter and what happened to him when he was found dead,” he added.
During the upcoming special, Baden outlines many different “red flags” that indicate that Epstein did not kill himself. The special is set to air today at 1pm EST on various Fox networks.
Baden had previously revealed that the broken bones in Epstein’s neck indicated that he was strangled to death:
The coroner’s report for Jeffrey Epstein has finally been released, and it shows that Epstein had broken bones in his neck following his death consistent with a strangulation – making the notion that he committed suicide in his jail cell seem even more unlikely than before.
Epstein’s hyoid bone was broken during his death, according to the coroner. The bone could have possibly been broken during the suicide, but these types of injuries are much more common when a victim is strangled. It is also consistent with reports that Epstein had shrieked in terror prior to his death, which would also be unlikely during a suicide.
It is hard to believe that Epstein committed suicide because the prison facility does not make it easy for their inmates to do so. A former inmate at the Metropolitan Corrections Center (MCC), the prison where Epstein was found dead on Saturday morning, confirmed this in a New York Post op/ed where he expressed extreme disbelief in the mainstream media reports.
Despite findings from medical professionals that Epstein did not kill himself, the federal government – led by Attorney General Bill Barr – is unwilling to get to the bottom of the situation.
It is unlikely that the public will ever figure out who really killed Epstein, and the secrets he knew will almost certainly die with the reviled child sex predator.
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