Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy revealed that he had multiple broken bones in his neck, including the hyoid bone. Although it is theoretically possible for the hyoid bone to be broken in a suicide by hanging, it is much more common for the bone to be broken in strangulation murders, The Washington Post reported.
Keep in mind, Epstein allegedly killed himself by hanging himself with a prison bed sheet that was tied to the top bunk of a bed and then kneeling towards the floor. It is very unlikely that could result in such aggressive damage to the neck.
This news comes after we discovered that the guards at the facility were likely falsifying log entries to make it appear like they were checking in on Epstein, as they were supposed to every 30 minutes, but the guards fell asleep and did not check on him for up to three hours.
Police should be collecting all camera footage from the entire areas in and around the MCC to identify anyone that was in the vicinity before and after Epstein’s death. Unfortunately, they cannot use the video of Epstein in his cell because the camera was pointed the wrong way, coincidentally.