Do Broken Bones in Jeffrey Epstein's Neck Mean He Could Have Been Murdered?

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The mystery surrounding Jeffrey Epstein's death in jail has deepened after an autopsy reportedly revealed injuries usually found in murder victims. 

The Washington Post reports that an autopsy found that Epstein, a convicted sex offender, had multiple broken bones in his neck, injuries more commonly associated with homicidal strangulation than suicidal hanging. 

Inside Edition spoke to renowned forensic scientist Dr. Lawrence Kobilinsky to get his take on the new report. He said it's important not to jump to conclusions. 

"I think this was a suicide and I believe the autopsy is consistent with a suicide," he said.

Epstein's cause of death has been listing as pending while the investigation continues.

Epstein was found dead early Saturday morning in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City. It had been reported by multiple outlets that Epstein apparently died by suicide, fashioning a makeshift noose from a bed sheet and strangling himself. 

But as more details emerge, the questions about Epstein's death continue to mount, with some suggesting he could have been murdered. 

President Trump himself seemed to wonder about Epstein's passing, retweeting a conspiracy theory that the Clintons might have had something to do with it. 

So far, there is no evidence that indicates foul play, according to officials. 


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