Tuesday, September 22, 2020
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Chilling new photos show Jeffrey Epstein’s body and the orange bed sheet he allegedly used to hang himself with.


Graphic photographs from Epstein’s autopsy have revealed for the first time his bloodied neck wound after he killed himself on August 1


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Epstein’s autopsy report found his neck had been broken in several places, including the hyoid bone located near the Adam’s apple.


The images, which were obtained by 60 Minutes and shown publicly for the first time on Sunday, were taken by the New York City medical examiner’s office after Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in his federal prison cell.


The photos from inside the cell also showed multiple prescription pill bottles and food on the top bunk.


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Prescription pill bottles with Epstein’s name on them were also found inside his cell


The handwritten note found in Epstein’s cell, which was found alongside a ball point pen, contained complaints he seemingly had about prison conditions including that a guard had kept him locked in a shower stall for an hour.


Multiple nooses fashioned from the orange bedding were found on the floor of Epstein’s cell.


The two guards were allegedly shopping online for furniture and napping instead of checking on the millionaire pedophile in his jail cell just 15 feet away from them. Pictured above is the gate that separated the guards from the hallway where Epstein’s cell was.


After they discovered Epstein dead, the officers allegedly told a supervisor they had ‘messed up’ and ‘didn’t do any checks’ in the hours before he killed himself, according to a criminal complaint.


Another noose that appeared to be made out of bed sheets was found elsewhere in Epstein’s cell after his death.


Another noose that appeared to be made out of bed sheets was found elsewhere in Epstein’s cell after his death.


The two prison guards who were responsible for checking in on Epstein the night he hanged himself and ultimately found him dead have since been charged with falsifying records and conspiracy. Pictured above is Epstein’s jail cell after his death.



The images, which were obtained by 60 Minutes and shown publicly for the first time on Sunday, were taken by the New York City medical examiner’s office after Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in his federal prison cell.


The photos from inside his cell reveal that fragments of material were found hanging from a window, while a large strip of bedding was also looped through a hole on the top bunk bed.


Another noose that appeared to be made out of bed sheets was found elsewhere in Epstein’s cell after his death.


The photos from inside his cell reveal that fragments of material were found hanging from a window, while a large strip of bedding was also looped through a hole on the top bunk bed.


Epstein’s autopsy report found his neck had been broken in several places, including the hyoid bone located near the Adam’s apple. Pictured above is his broken hyoid bone FBI investigating associates of Epstein like Ghislaine MaxwellProgress: 0%0:00PreviousPlaySkipMuteCurrent Time0:00/Duration Time1:33FullscreenNeed Text


The circumstances surrounding Epstein’s death continue to raise questions about protocol at the federal prison, including how the high-profile inmate was allowed to have such items in his cellJeffrey Epstein allegedly commits suicide in New York City jail cell.


Epstein had been on suicide watch after he was found July 23 on his cell floor with bruises on his neck. 


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