BREAKING: Autopsy of Jeffrey Epstein Custodial Death Officially Determines “Suicide”…

With the autopsy of Jeffrey Epstein now complete, the official determination for cause of death is: “suicide by hanging.”

(New York) The official results of an autopsy showed that the financier Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in his Manhattan jail cell, the city’s medical examiner’s office said on Friday, determining that the cause of death was suicide by hanging.

[…]  Guards on their morning rounds found Mr. Epstein at about 6:30 a.m. on 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.

His suicide came after he appeared to have made another attempt to kill himself in late July, and days after prison staff had recommended he be removed from suicide watch and returned to the special wing in which he was being housed.

[…] he had been left alone after his cellmate was transferred, and the two employees assigned to guard him had not checked on him for about three hours before he was found.

Officials said the employees, who have been placed on leave, were sleeping for some or all of that time.

(more from the New York Times)

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484 Responses to BREAKING: Autopsy of Jeffrey Epstein Custodial Death Officially Determines “Suicide”…

  1. diogenes says:

    As if it would ever been ruled anything else

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  2. De Oppresso Liber says:

    Shocking, just shocking, I tell you /s When two celebrity forensic ME’s state on national television and in a news article respectively, that only 6%-10% of hanging suicides result in a broken hyoid bone, and as few as 1% according to the other, and the AG has ordered an investigation by both the FBI and the IG, that the body would be released to ANYONE before the investigation is complete, is well, it’s business as usual.

    Every time I get my hopes up that the rule of law, and equal justice under the law is about to make a comeback in America, something like this happens. Is AG Barr in control of the DOJ? Is there an overt mutiny occurring there also? Or, does he only wish for it to appear that there is a lack of control, so as to cover his own deep state duplicity? I cannot see how it can be anything other than one of those two options.

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    • Julian says:

      Have no fear, AG Barr is Draining the Swamp at Trump’s orders.

      Anyone at the DOJ or FBI not interested or not on board with Draining the Swamp you can be sure will be FIRED!!!

      That’s what Draining the Swamp means.

      It’s time to pay the Barr Tab folks!!!

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      • richard verney says:

        Just firing is no deterrent. Swamp creatures will be replaced by new swamp creatures in no time.

        There is a lot more to draining the swamp than firing some of the Obama holdovers.

        A proper and full demonstration of the principle that there is equal justice under the law, for all, is the very minimum.

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        • Will Hunt says:

          the typical response to institutional or corporate abuses is the development and implementation of policies and procedures to prevent recurrence. As we’ve all seen the individuals responsible for these actions care not a whit about following policies/procedures/statutes/laws. The ONLY viable remedy is indictment, trial and sentencing.

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    • Jederman says:

      “Is AG Barr in control of the DOJ?” Legitimate question given the current events (1st obama term onward), which leads to a related question. Is PT in control of the mil and the IC?

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      • GenEarly says:

        Feral Gov still in a CW with itself. Lots of Deep State and Obamy Clintoon Proggies burrowed deep in Bureacrazy.
        If this spills out of the Bureacrazy onto the skreets, CYA, it’s going to get Frisky

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    • mazziflol says:

      Barr = Sessions 2.0

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  3. dawg says:

    So I wonder when the big, bad FBI will raid Epstein’s New Mexico ranch and confiscate some brand new laptops?

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    • Right to reply says:

      You will note that the FBI is giving people plenty of time to enter and exit with anything that may incriminate them. Money really does buy you ANYTHING. Sadly, it also buys things that should never be for sale.

      There is no equal justice, heck, there’s no justice at all! We should refer to them as the ‘Untouchables’

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  4. Dee Paul Deje says:

    At this point, what difference does it make?

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    • G. Alistar says:

      Is it possible that the fundamental motivation for Comey, Strozk, McCabe, Brennan, etc., was not political idealism for all things Hillary, Democrat, the resistance and liberal? Rather, perhaps they were motivated by deep fear of getting on the Clinton “S” list. The overwhelming belief that she would win, the rumor and innuendo for years about their corruption, the crooked Clinton Foundation, the death of Seth Rich, the weaseling out of all sorts of scandals. With the power of the POTUS, being on Hillary’s “S” list would be uncomfortable for your career….and your life. Fear seems a more logical motivation. Oh yeah, the “S” list is not the Sweetness or Sugar list.

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      • Jonas N says:

        Is it possible that the fundamental motivation for Comey, Strozk, McCabe, Brennan, etc., was not political idealism for all things Hillary, Democrat, the resistance and liberal? Rather, perhaps they were motivated by deep fear of getting on the Clinton “S” list.

        Nah, I doubt that.

        Fear may make you avoid doing ‘the right thing’, but i doubt it would motivate you to ‘fervently be doing the wrong thing’.

        Maybe further down the political swamp food chain, were you are given orders you can’t dodge, but not where you actively are making decisions.

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      • jbowen82 says:

        I have long believed that there were hundreds of people involved in the Russiagate conspiracy, and I group them into 4 groups: 1. The “small group” true conspirators, who knew they were trying to take down a President for political reasons, and that there was nothing to the charges; 2. The easily duped, who truly believed that PDT was a Russian stooge (and because of Democrat leanings, may have been willingly duped, but nevertheless they believed their own BS; 3. The overly trusting, who believed what their chain of command told them because it was their chain of command; and 4. The careerists, who knew it was BS, but went along because they didn’t want to make waves and get on Hillary’s people’s bad side. Regardless of their personal motives, they’re all guilty. “Just following orders” quit being a valid excuse decades ago.

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    • GP says:

      Anyone surprised? Anyone? Anyone?

      @Dee-no difference really. The thugs at the FBI/DOJ do, or more to the point do NOT do, what they want, when they want. Those complicit in the “activity” are made an offer they can’t refuse and have decades of evidence seeing what happens to those who do refuse the offer.

      It’s really as simple as that.

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  5. ‘Knelt toward the floor’ is a strange way of describing it. When you’re in the throes of strangulation, is it possible to keep your knees tucked so that your feet don’t touch the floor…?
    I don’t see how considering the spasms, etc…

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      Why would he not jump off the bunk? They said it was the top bed so wouldn’t that have given him more force? Or maybe with the cameras non-functioning, guards absent, cellmate removed, someone tried to help him but just wasn’t strong enough to push him off as he fought? I can believe one or maybe even two co-inky-dinkys, but three is really stretching it.

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  6. Wolfman Jack says:

    You don’t need a medical examiner report to know that Epstein was murdered.

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  7. Troublemaker10 says:

    Media reported Epstein’s death ruled a suicide. However, three Epstein lawyers are challenging that, and MCC prison guards aren’t cooperating with investigators. It’s not that suicide isn’t possible, especially if videos don’t show any one else has access, but call me suspicious still .

    ——-

    The Latest: Epstein Lawyers Dissatisfied With Autopsy Result
    https://www.usnews.com/news/us/articles/2019-08-16/the-latest-medical-examiner-rules-epsteins-death-a-suicide

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    • FanGirl says:

      CYA, they’re the ones that wanted him off of suicide watch.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      From the article, “A Justice Department official says people including jail staff members believed to have information pertinent to the probe into financier Jeffrey Epstein’s death are not cooperating with investigators.”

      These jail staff members are federal employees in the DOJ. They CANNOT refuse to cooperate with investigators without extremely severe consequences.

      If this is true, then the leadership of the DOJ has totally lost control of its entire organization, including control over employees at the lowest levels.

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      • Julian says:

        AG Barr has control of the DOJ. Don’t you worry about that.

        Anyone not intent on Draining the Swamp will be FIRED immediately by AG Barr without fail.

        AG Barr is Draining the Swamp!

        You know it. I know it.

        Trump hired AG Barr for a reason.

        it’s time to pay the Barr Tab folks!!!

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    • GP says:

      The lawyers complaining is all part of the “outrage” setup. This adds to the illusion that something will be done about it while more time passes. IMO it’s 75/25 75% JE was murdered, 25% he was swapped out. In any event JE did NOt committ suicide.

      Fugitaboutit-this one’s over.

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  8. ms doodlebug says:

    I really wish I could find compassion for Epstein, but I can’t. I really don’t care whether he committed suicide or if he was murdered. Either way he got the death penalty for what he did to children. In an odd way I’m ok with that…

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    • Sentient says:

      He was “Intelligence” according to Alexander Acosta. That means CIA or Mossad. He’d been running a blackmail operation. He outlived his usefulness, so he was murdered. This is not rocket science.

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        I don’t doubt he was running a blackmail operation. I don’t believe we will ever know who was being blackmailed, though, or that they will be brought to justice. In effect, that is condoning their acts against children.

        If he was working with the IC, that’s even worse. It would mean our ‘premier law enforcement agencies’ knew what he was doing, allowed the sexual abuse of children, and are protecting their abusers.

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    • John Bosley says:

      It’s in God’s hands now.
      Let Him sort it.

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      • G. Alistar says:

        We will all someday stand I front of God, and account! A biblical truth that gives me immense comfort….indeed, God will sort it out!

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        For sure!

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      • Mac says:

        John,
        In one sense, it always was in God’s hands, and remains so. However, in considering the realm of human activities related to this case, I wouldn’t bet much that the “corpse” of “Jeffrey Epstein” is really that of the individual acting as Epstein for these many years. If he really was an intelligence asset, it would be “bad for business” for future potential assets to think they might be assassinated if they became an embarrassment. I would say that the likelihood of Epstein’s extrication from that cell, and his replacement by a different individual, is at least 50% or better.

        What all this makes me think is that a wise private citizen will at all costs avoid having anything whatsoever to do with any of the Federal “law enforcement” or “intelligence” communities in this nation. They seem to be corrupt to the core, have no effective oversight whatsoever by anyone (up to and including the President), and to be able to act against any and all they deem their “enemies” with complete impunity.

        I know most of the people here see themselves as patriotic Americans. I see myself as such. However, incidents like this make me really question what it is, exactly, that we love so much about this country. It certainly can’t be our government, because even such a smart and powerful man as President Trump can’t get it under control and it appears their evildoing knows no bounds. It can’t be our cities because most of them, and ALL the big ones, are hellholes. Lord knows it can’t be our institutions of higher education, and even most of our religious institutions have become corrupted. It isn’t even our fellow citizens, because nearly half of them have shown themselves to be deluded at best, and most likely TWANLOC in actuality. What, then, is it that we care for so much?

        I see that between Gramscian insanity and common venality, most of our “springs of civic virtue” have been deeply poisoned. That means things are going to get much worse in this nation before they improve, if they ever do. We are going to have to become a much better people if this nation is going to survive the crisis our citizenry’s previous inattention and profligacy has brought us to face.

        I hope we are up to the challenge. Meanwhile, I suggest everyone reading this message take the precious extra time granted by God’s gift of President Trump’s Presidency to prepare for what are likely to be some very ugly eventualities. Carpe diem!

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        • Austin Holdout says:

          Mac, we tend to be middle aged to elderly here in the Treehouse, so many of us probably love the memories of what our country used to be (or at least what we thought it was).

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    • amjean says:

      I am sure few if any here feel compassion for Epstein personally, however, what
      we do feel “compassion” for is the rule of law which keeps getting violated.

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    • spren says:

      I understand your sentiments, but if Epstein was murdered, it was by people who were trying to ensure their role in the same child molestation would never be revealed. With Epstein gone, unfortunately there are probably many others who can fulfill his role, and all of these monsters will continue to prey on children without being called to account.

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      • Austin Holdout says:

        Their next move is probably to arrange for a gang of disprovable fake victims to start clamoring for money to discredit the whole real victim group and turn public sentiment away from the whole episode. The rest of us are like babes in the woods in the evil and cunning asophistication of this global gangland. We can’t even comprehend their evil when we’re slapped in the face with it, much less plan ahead for it or do anything to stop it. It sure feels like the only one “winning” at the moment is Satan.

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        There are many others regardless. But if there was evidence to convict him, it would seem there is evidence that doesn’t require his testimony to convict those who participated in the depravity. We’ve heard about photos and we’ve heard that no one knows how he got his money. Blackmail is a real possibility, and if so, he had proof of the participation that can expose and convict them. Maybe the photos. Then there’s the Maxwell woman. He’s dead. She no longer has an excuse to protect him, but she may/should have a reason to talk, maybe for a more lenient deal for herself. I don’t think all is lost with his death.

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    • GP says:

      @ms doodlebug-That’s really nice of you to say. FULL STOP.

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        Do I detect sarcasm? Different people have different beliefs. How I personally respond to this evil is very much because of my personal belief that hatred of anyone is itself evil. FULL STOP

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  9. wtd says:

    BREAKING… Three Epstein Lawyers Challenge Autopsy Results! …MCC Prison Staff Refuses to Help Investigators! https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/08/breaking-three-epstein-lawyers-challenge-autopsy-results-mcc-prison-staff-refuses-to-help-investigators/ … via @gatewaypundit

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  10. Jennifer Verner says:

    Yes. And we are suppose to believe DeBlasio’s appointee? Yeah. Sure.

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  11. Paul Vincent Zecchino says:

    Well, suicide it must be. If they say so, that’s that. Jim MacDougall died in prison, as did Enron’s Ken Lay. Kenny Trentadue, who knew too much about the OKC bombing, he too hung himself.

    Yep, must be what it was, self-administered hanging. Yep.

    No, really, I believe it. Same as I believe the Randy Weaver’s wife and son and dog deserved to be shot in the back by some FBI punk murderers.

    Never, ever trust anyone from the FBI or DOJ. Obviously, the Clintons did a good job infesting them with jihadist moles and commies.

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    • spren says:

      I believe it was Lon Horuchi (sp?) who was the FBI sniper who killed Weaver’s son, wife, and dog. And then he was promoted! BTW, what ever happened to Randy Weaver? I’ve never heard about him again.

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      • jakeandcrew says:

        Horiuchi shot Randy, their friend, then Vicky. Randy and their friend were wounded. Vicky, killed, while holding their baby girl. Their son, Sammy, and his dog were shot by U.S. Marshalls the day before. After all the trials and hearings, the bullet that killed Sammy was found, and proven to come from one of the marshall’s guns.

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  12. Unadulterated horsesh*. Hopefully Barr is doing the mother of all ropeadopes on this stuff. Seems like mr. Magoo so far.

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  13. jakeandcrew says:

    This is the BEST explanation of the significance of a broken hyoid bone and other neck bones I have seen. The guest is an ER doc. He goes into detail – I felt like I was in anatomy class – but makes it clear and understandable. The host, Stefan Molyneux, lets him talk. How refreshing! I certainly hope they release the autopsy report, because according to this doctor, it should tell us a great deal. Please watch!

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  14. evergreen says:

    The ME only surmises the cause of death, asphyxiation by strangulation. He cannot know by whose hands it was done.

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  15. Tl Howard says:

    My gut says he was done in; my head says “Wait a minute.”

    This guy had nothing to live for. His interest in science and his study of physics tells me he was a rational man. Using reason, he had to know he wasn’t going to escape death.

    Consider that there was no way on God’s green earth that the DOJ could EVER have given him a “light sentence” for giving up other big names. America wouldn’t stand for Epstein to get out of prison “in a few years.” He was almost 70. Surely any DOJ, in exchange for all kinds of information would still have had to give him a MINIMUM of 10-15 years in prison. Even with that light sentence, theoretically he would have grown elderly in prison, no life as he knew it left at all. Realistically, however, he’d not live to that old age at all. That’s just the way it is and he knew that. He would have spent all this minutes and days wondering when he’d get the shiv. That has to be a harrowing, knowing it’s coming, yet not knowing when or how.

    Just in case there was a sliver of hope in him that he’d beat the rap and be released somehow as OJ was, he knew he was still very much a marked man. Too many powerful people now needed him dead.

    When I use my head, I think he killed himself. Yes, I believe he’d know how to do it.

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    • De Oppresso Liber says:

      I have read many of your posts, and I respect your opinions, Tl….but my head just works differently, I suppose. Epstein offered up a $100,000,000 CASH bond to get out of jail, either because he was afraid he would be murdered in jail, or because he was going to try and flee justice. But, either way, he was desperately trying NOT TO DIE.

      Combined with the laundry list of admittedly fishy circumstances, a perfect storm of incompetency, as it were: BOTH guards sleeping at the same time, screaming heard from his cell, unannounced/unplanned removal of cellmate (who may have attacked him earlier, according to attorneys for Epstein), cameras malfunctioning or adjusted to not record the entrance to his cell, questionable (at best) decision to remove him from suicide watch, two respected forensic ME’s (Wecht & Siegel) stating only between 1% – 6% of suicides by hanging result in breaking the hyoid bone…..and the biggest circumstance of all being that only an idiot could not recognize the importance of keeping the most important person in federal custody since Timothy McVeigh alive to see a courtroom, which would automatically DEMAND that someone be checking to insure ALL of these circumstances were prevented from occurring every day.

      Bottom line – if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and sounds like a duck….then it’s probably a damn duck.

      But, just because I disagree with you don’t mean I don’t love you, man!

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      • Tl Howard says:

        I appreciate your post. Like I said, my head and heart conflict on this one. Actually, it’s BECAUSE he was so desperate to get out of being locked up that I wonder if he was despondent when he realized he wasn’t going to get out, that his life would never again be what it had been. His hubris, his belief in his invincibility because of his money and his connections, had evidently convinced him he was safe going and coming from the mainland and when he discovered he was sitting in a jail with no possibility of getting out until trial, and when he realized juries don’t take kindly to pedophiles, and when he realized he’d likely be done away with by an inmate, he might have said, “I’ll go out MY way.”
        He was soft. He wasn’t even able to bear being in the jail cell 24/7 and that is why he had his attorneys sent someone to sit with him in a conference room used by attorneys and their clients, but that wasn’t going to continue. It would be back to the cell.

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        • Elle says:

          that’s sweet. Weird though, how both he and Rebecca Zahau are both in that 1% – 6% of suicides by hanging result in breaking the hyoid bone.

          You remember Rebecca? She was the woman found in a CA beach front mansion, her nude body hanging from a balcony, with her wrists and ankles bound and her hands behind her back.[18][24] Zahau was gagged with a blue long-sleeve T-shirt wrapped around her head, with the sleeves double knotted and stuffed into her mouth. There was also what appeared to be tape residue on her legs.[26]
          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Rebecca_Zahau

          Also ruled a suicide. She was despondent too.

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    • De Oppresso Liber says:

      I am forced by honor to adjust my opinion – Mark Furman stated on Hannity tonight (I’m watching the late night replay) that the video cameras showed nobody entered the cell during the time frame when he supposedly killed himself. I have not read or heard ANYONE ELSE state that. In fact, ALL I have heard or read is that the cameras were either malfunctioning or adjusted to not record his cell entrance.

      Needless to say, this creates an entirely new circumstance to consider. Perhaps next week AG Barr can add some additional context.

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      • Rynn69 says:

        Here is a thought, who were the paramedics that entered the cell trying to revive him around 6 am? Are they going to be interviewed and investigated? Is it not possible that he is taken out at this time, which would show no one entering the cell.

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        • De Oppresso Liber says:

          To me, the biggest problem is the fact that there are so many unanswered questions. For what we know, at this time, to add up to suicide, then we have to accept the “perfect storm” of incompetence and indifference.

          Mark Furman is still the only person who I have heard definitively state, without reservation, that the camera(s) in fact showed no one either enter or leave Epstein’s cell prior to his achieving room temperature.

          Additionally, since Furman made that comment on Hannity’s show last week, I have not heard another interviewer even ask the question again!

          But, regardless, eventually the AG will conclude his investigation and release a summary report, and that will be that. Incidentally, I also question why and how his body was released to an “associate” of Epstein’s, prior to the conclusion of the investigation. Epstein is almost certainly (and most conveniently) a pile of ashes by now.

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    • Don says:

      You could live like a king in federal prison with a million dollars

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  16. Vox Populi says:

    There is this to consider as well …
    … if someone threatened your family or other loved ones with a gruesome death, would you be willing to hang yourself?

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  17. underwhelmingposter says:

    What troubles me is the bed sheet and diving from the top bunk. It is difficult to imagine the scenario.

    First, it would seem that you would have to make a rope or noose of some type. The band of material from a bedsheet would be too wide and soft to do the job. You need a particular dimension of the rope/noose to effect any type of restriction of air. The only way to do that would be rip the sheet into strips and then weave a rope/noose. You would need several of these tied together to make a noose, tie to a bunk, and then dive off.

    The other scenario would be that he used just a sheet, rolled it up, and kneeled near the floor and went to “sleep”. That would take a long time, but I suppose if on was committed, that could do the job. EXCEPT that mode would not cause the damage the ME has indicated. There is not enough surface area to apply the type of pressure required to do the damage described.

    Now, I wonder about the construct of the beds. It would seem to me that in a special housing unit, the beds would not be conducive to tying a rope/noose to it. It seems those kind are in less high profile housing units (bunk beds). Would the bed move? Or would it get damaged? If the type of bed that allows that scenario to play out, then it does not seem like a special housing unit!

    If you dive off the top bunk, where do the legs go? If you have a long enough rope/noose to be able to dive, you probably hit the floor. Of course one could use a shorter rope/noose and jump off the top bunk backwards so the legs do not get entangled in the short rope. But you still have the problem of his height. He would probably injure his feet/knees/legs this way, but if the rope/noose were narrow enough (braided) it could work.

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  18. WSB says:

    No matter the truth, like Jennifer Verner up thread, I had a hunch and found this. I have reposted on this morning’s Presidential Thread in case Treepers have moved on from this one.

    I have figured out the riddle of Epstein’s autopsy…

    “DR. BARBARA Sampson was named the city’s chief medical examiner Wednesday — the first time a woman has held the prestigious post.

    Sampson, the author of 29 articles and four books on microbiology and pathology, is charged with overseeing the investigations into all deaths in the city and will run New York’s DNA lab, the largest in the country.

    Her appointment by Mayor de Blasio comes close to two years after she was named acting chief medical examiner.

    During that time, Sampson, 47, managed “vital investigations with precision, objectivity and sensitivity for all involved,” de Blasio said.

    What could possibly have gone wrong…

    https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/dr-barbara-sampson-named-city-chief-medical-examiner-article-1.2041209

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  19. Elle says:

    Poor Ghislaine Maxwell. The suicide ruling makes it tougher for her to cash in on a wrongful death suit. So there’s that. I suppose a civil case is still an option. Never let a crisis go to waste.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Rebecca_Zahau :”Wecht testified that he believed fractures in Zahau’s throat were caused by manual strangulation, not by suicidal hanging. He further stated that he thought Zahau’s death “was a homicide.”
    and
    “Members of Zahau’s family disputed this finding and filed a $10 million wrongful death lawsuit …..[3] The jury … granted her family a $5 million judgment for loss of love and companionship as well as an additional $167,000 for the loss of financial support Zahau would have provided her mother and siblings”

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  20. jwoop66 says:

    Now the girls who were going to take him to trial will sue his estate, get some money and fade away, and any other names mentioned will be forgotten because there are no witnesses or evidence from epstein.

    deep state: 1
    everyone else: 0

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  21. Bogeyfree says:

    So have we ever found out the EXACT TIME his cell mate was moved out prior to Epstein’s death?

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  22. cdnintx says:

    Can anyone explain to me why Epstein was in jail but the others named are not?

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  23. Papoose says:

    He didn’t commit suicide. He was strangled with the bed sheets, that’s all.

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    • William H Gilkerson says:

      He was strangled with someones very strong hands then made to look like a hanging wrapping bedsheets around the neck.

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  24. HerbyGal says:

    Really getting tired of waiting for “equal justice” to be doled out. I have a bridge to sell anyone who thinks Epstein committed suicide. Guys like Epstein don’t commit suicide. They expect their money, power and high-level contacts to work for them. Usually they do, but having serious dirt on the Clintons, other career pols and Hollywood is a nail in your coffin. It’s disgusting what evil people we have running the world.

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  25. Rick says:

    Oh the irony, to go from kneeling on the floor to kneeling before the Lord Jesus Christ at the Throne….

    Every knee shall bow and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord!

    Justice is served!

    Instead of worrying about others getting justice, make sure of your own salvation. Let a man examine himself to see if he be of the faith….

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  26. Phil says:

    I still would like to know the estimated time of death. My meager knowledge of this is they measure the internal body temperature specifically the liver for an approximate time.
    It is conceivable that he died earlier than announced. Of course there is no announcement. He died the morning of…. which could mean 12:01a.m on up until 6:00a.m. Is that why the guards were sleeping, nothing to guard?

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  27. 8675310 says:

    Liability for negligence is likely less than liability for internationally allowing your charge to be murdered.

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  28. whirlwinder says:

    Suicide my *ss. Epstein had the goods on too many powerful people to let him live. It war Arkancide or some other cause of death administered by the cabal. Of course, the medical examiner had to come up with the proper cause of death so he wouldn’t have one.

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  29. YL Calif says:

    James Comey’s daughter, Maurene Comey, was to be a lead prosecutor (fixer) on the Epstein investigation. Was that done with Barr’s blessing????

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    • jakeandcrew says:

      What I found curious about Maureen Comey is that she is also assigned to Tartaglione’s case. Nicholas Tartaglione was Epstein’s first cellmate, and Epstein accused Tartaglione of attacking him that first incident in late July. Tartaglione said he heard nothing, had his earbuds in – but he also said he saved Epstein’s life by contacting the guards.

      Tartaglione is a hulking, muscular ex-cop who is convicted of killing four men and burying them on his property. He is the first man in forty years given the death penalty in New York.

      In early July, a cellphone was found in his possession in his cell. He claimed his cellmate had just tossed it to him before getting caught.

      Tartaglione seems to be a very important part of whatever happened.

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