Last Updated on August 15, 2019
Autopsy results released late Wednesday night revealed convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein sustained neck injuries that are more common in cases of strangulation, but can happen as a result of suicide by hanging.
On late Wednesday, it was revealed autopsy results for Epstein show he suffered a broken hyoid bone. While this can be caused by hanging, it is a far more common result of strangulation.
Among the bones broken in Epstein’s neck was the hyoid bone, which in men is near the Adam’s apple. Such breaks can occur in those who hang themselves, particularly if they are older, according to forensics experts and studies on the subject. But they are more common in victims of homicide by strangulation, the experts said.
The details are the first findings to emerge from the autopsy of Epstein, a convicted sex offender and multimillionaire in federal custody on charges of sex trafficking. He died early Saturday morning after guards found him hanging in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan and he could not be revived.
Attorney General William Barr, whose department oversees the Bureau of Prisons facility where Epstein died, has described his death as an “apparent suicide.” Justice officials declined to comment on the new information from Epstein’s autopsy.
The National Center for Biotechnology Information reveals that the hyoid bone is the “U-shaped bone of the neck that is fractured in one-third of all homicides by strangulation”, and that such a fracture is more common when older individuals are strangled.
Other scientific literature reveals that the hyoid bone is only fractured in about 10 per cent of suicides by hanging.
As the mainstream media and its sycophants continue to deride anyone who questions Epstein’s death as a conspiracy theorist, their allies in big tech have been reportedly banning any individuals who question the bizarre circumstances surrounding Epstein’s apparent suicide.
Epstein was taken off suicide watch despite another supposed suicide attempt only weeks before his death, the cameras were not working in his cell, and guards were reportedly not working when the alleged suicide occurred.
National File reported that indie rock band Foster the People has been castigated for suggesting Epstein’s death may have involved foul play:
Band famous for song “Pumped Up Kicks” is being disparaged for tweets casting doubt on mainstream media reports that Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide.
There’s a new voice in the fight to reveal what truly happened to Jeffrey Epstein in his New York prison cell last week: American indie rock band Foster The People. The group responsible for the 2011 crossover hit “Pumped Up Kicks” has called the official story into question in a series of tweets on Sunday, claiming “the government” is involved in a cover-up to fake Epstein’s death using a body double.
Additionally, the Major League Liberty podcast had its Facebook page briefly banned after discussing the oddities surrounding Epstein’s death.
This is a breaking story. National File will continue to post updates as they become available.