The official narrative of Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide is frankly, unbelievable.
Circumstances surrounding the billionaire pedophile sex trafficker’s death just hours after court documents were unsealed containing information damning to many prominent politicans and elites make his “suicide” very suspicious.
Furthermore, the autopsy on Epstein’s body concluded in the end that it was a suicide, despite the fact that broken bones in Epstein’s neck were more consistent with strangulation homicide!
Needless to say, nobody’s convinced.
Not even Epstein’s lawyers, who say they are “not satisfied with the conclusions of the medical examiner.”
Read the just-released official statement from Epstein’s lawyers following the autopsy report here:
The New York Times gave the following scoop on Epstein's lawyers response to the autopsy conclusion:
The New York City medical examiner said on Friday that Jeffrey Epstein’s death in a federal jail cell was a suicide, confirming he had hanged himself.
Mr. Epstein’s death had set off a wave of unfounded conspiracy theories, as people speculated online, without evidence, that he might have been killed to keep him from providing information to prosecutors about others in his social circle, including President Trump, former President Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew of Britain.
But the chief medical examiner in New York City, Dr. Barbara Sampson, ruled out foul play. She released a terse statement saying that, after an autopsy and a “careful review of all investigative information,” she had determined the cause of Mr. Epstein’s death was “hanging” and the manner was “suicide.”
Three of Mr. Epstein’s lawyers, Martin G. Weinberg, Reid Weingarten and Michael Miller, challenged the findings and vowed to conduct their own investigation.
“We are not satisfied with the conclusions of the medical examiner,” said the lawyers, who had hired a private pathologist to observe the autopsy, in a statement. “We will have a more complete response in the coming days.”
The medical examiner’s determination came six days after Mr. Epstein, 66, was found dead in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan, where he was awaiting trial on federal sex trafficking charges.
Guards on their morning rounds found Mr. Epstein at about 6:30 a.m. last Saturday, prison officials said. He appeared to have tied a bedsheet to the top of a set of bunk beds, then knelt toward the floor with enough force that he broke several bones in his neck, officials said.
Daily Mail also said:
Three of Jeffrey Epstein's lawyers have announced that they will be conducting their own 'independent and complete investigation' into their client's death after a coroner officially ruled that the pedophile died by hanging.
Martin G. Weinberg, Reid Weingarten and Michael Miller released a statement asserting that 'no one should die in jail' and blasting the Metropolitan Correctional Center's 'medieval conditions.'
'His safety was the responsibility of the MCC,' the lawyers said in a statement obtained by the New York Times. 'It is indisputable that the authorities violated their own protocol.'
They later added: 'We are not satisfied with the conclusions of the medical examiner. We will have a more complete response in the coming days.'
The lawyers have hired a private pathologist to assist with the investigation.
The medical examiner's office said on Friday that an autopsy and other evidence confirmed the 66-year-old hanged himself in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan last week.
The billionaire pedophile, who was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges involving underage girls, hanged himself with a bed sheet from the top set of bunks, according to officials.
He was found with several broken bones in his neck, including the thyroid bone, when guards were doing their morning rounds last Saturday.
Revelations of the broken bones in his neck lead to speculation that his death was a homicide and conspiracy theories continue to swirl almost a week after his body was found.
Talking Points Memo added:
Lawyers for Jeffrey Epstein said Friday that they were “not satisfied with the conclusions of the medical examiner” that Jeffrey Epstein had died of suicide by hanging in jail a week ago.
In a statement, Epstein’s lawyers said his defense team “fully intends to conduct its own independent and complete investigation into the circumstances and cause of Mr. Epstein’s death.”
That will include, they wrote, “legal action to view the pivotal videos — if they exist as they should — of the area proximate to Mr. Epstein’s cell during the time period leading to his death.”