Jeffrey Epstein’s Death Ruled Suicide by New York City Medical Examiner

Friday - 16/08/2019 16:36
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Autopsy report released, finding the sex offender killed himself in jail.

Jeffery Esptein’s death was ruled a suicide by the New York City medical examiner on Friday, a much-awaited final determination that authorities hope will put to rest conspiracy theories that have swirled since the sex offender awaiting trial hanged himself in a Manhattan jail cell last week.

A person familiar with the investigation said that autopsy photos showed that the marks around Epstein’s neck did not look like those left by a rope, but instead looked more like those from fabric, which is consistent with reports that he had used a bed sheet that is issued to all prisoners who are not on suicide watch. 

Epstein, 66, was found unconscious around 6:30 a.m. on Aug. 10 with a bedsheet around his neck at the Metropolitan Correctional Center where he had been held while awaiting trial on federal sex-trafficking charges. He was pronounced dead about an hour later after being transported to a nearby hospital. 

The ruling comes a week after Sampson’s office finished the autopsy on Epstein’s corpse.

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