By Danny C. | DCPeriodical | 01/17/20
New York City Medical Examiner Dr. Michael Baden stirred up controversy back in October when he gave his professional opinion that Jeffrey Epstein, who had been found dead in his New York prison cell in August, had been murdered. Baden, who has been a coroner for over 50 years, sat in on the notorious child-trafficker’s autopsy and was shocked when he heard days later that the official ruling was suicide by hanging. He has since appeared on multiple platforms and given several pieces of convincing evidence to the contrary. Yesterday on national TV he used the oldest trick in the book when it comes to deciphering the truth. He read Epstein’s eyes:
Jeffrey Epstein’s eyes had burst capillaries after his body was found in his Manhattan jail cell, suggesting that the convicted pedophile was likely murdered through manual strangulation and did not hang himself.–NY Post
Appearing on the daytime show “Dr. Oz,” Baden explained:
“In a hanging, the arteries and the blood vessels, the veins are both clogged off and the person is pale. The face is pale. 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 also pointed to Epstein’s lower extremities, which, if he had hung himself, would have been a purplish color. Instead they were quite pale.
“The blood settles after we die. The so-called lividity, if you’re hanging, the lividity is on the lower part on the legs. These would be like maroon/purple, front and back and they aren’t.”
In interviews past, Baden has pointed to another key piece of evidence — Epstein’s neck. The bone at the base of a person’s neck is known as the hyoid. Epstein’s was broken, and there were two other fractures — one on the left and right side of his larynx, around the Adam’s apple. According to Baden’s five decades of expertise, this is common in strangulation, but “unheard of in a suicidal hanging.”
Baden had been asked by Epstein’s brother and legal team to monitor the autopsy. With him there, the coroners ruled the cause of death was inconclusive, “pending further investigation.” Five days later, without Baden being consulted, that ruling had changed, and it was being widely reported that the coroners now deemed the cause of death suicide by hanging.
Just under two weeks ago, Baden appeared on “60 Minutes,” where he stated firmly that “the forensic evidence released so far, including autopsy, point much more to murder and strangulation than the suicide and suicidal hanging.”
On that same program, photos were released of Epstein’s cell, including one of his alleged noose. Amazingly, though it was reported that upon being found he was cut down from his six-foot bunk-bed, both ends of his noose still appeared to be hemmed; nor did the noose have any blood stains on it, despite Epstein’s neck and throat in autopsy photos showing blood in some spots.
Jeffrey Epstein, whose friends included the likes of Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and Kevin Spacey — to name a few — was not only a serial pedophile, reportedly needing sexual services every few hours, but he also kept a massive stable of underage sex-slaves on hand at his multiple properties — including a private island in the Caribbean — and on his private jet; girls which he trafficked to the rich and powerful.
Along with all of his properties containing pinhole cameras in each room and an active team reviewing and recording them, and former prosecutor Alexander Acosta saying Epstein was an intelligence asset, it believed the billionaire pedophile was running a sexual blackmail operation to control politicians and businessmen for a foreign government — possibly a few.
Indeed, a former Israeli spy named Ari Ben-Menashe confirmed Epstein and his partner-in-crime, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, were both agents of Israel tasked with blackmailing American politicians and European royalty. Moreover, Maxwell’s father, English media mogul Robert Maxwell, was a documented Israeli spy for decades.
After Epstein was arrested last year it was predicted by many he would never see a day in court. Based on the incredible list of high status names in his black book — people who he could have had serious dirt on — his murder seemed inevitable. Then in August, after a reported “suicide attempt” weeks earlier — which Epstein and his legal team said was an attack by his cellmate — he was found dead. The excuses that followed were frankly an insult to one’s intelligence.
The public was told Epstein was taken off suicide watch; that the cameras in and around his cell “malfunctioned” at the time he died; that the guards tasked with watching over him both fell asleep; and to top it all off, just last week we were told the prison security footage that captured his first alleged suicide attempt was accidentally destroyed forever.
With Michael Baden making the rounds on major networks and presenting the evidence to show Jeffrey Epstein was murdered, to believe otherwise would be to show a serious lack of logical faculties.
The question then remains, if Epstein didn’t kill himself, who did?
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