The forensic pathologist, with 50 years of experience, was hired by a brother of the billionaire.
A famous New York forensic pathologist examined the body of sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, and explained that his death was due to homicide for strangulation and not for suicide, as had been officially revealed, as reported by the New York Times.
Michael Baden, 85, with more than 50 years of experience, was interviewed in a program of the Fox network, where he talked about his conclusions regarding the death of Jeffrey Epstein.
Baden points out that the billionaire had two fractures on the left and right side of his larynx, around Adam’s apple, and on top of this he had a fracture in the left hyoid bone.
“Those three fractures are extremely unusual in suicidal hangings and could occur much more common in homicidal strangulation,” Baden said.
“I haven’t seen in 50 years where that happened in a suicide case,” added the doctor, who has worked with cases such as that of President John F. Kennedy, Phil Spector, OJ Simpson, among others.
Epstein’s eyes also had common hemorrhages in the strangulation of murders, but they are unusual when a person is attentive to his life.
The forensic indicates that the situation, having evidence of homicide, should be investigated.
These revelations differ from the conclusion of the New York coroner, Barbara Sampson, who determined that the billionaire died of suicide by hanging, with the sheets in his cell.
Such fabrics are pointed by Baden as great evidence to provide information on details surrounding Epstein’s death