Pathologist Dr. Michael Baden is the pathologist hired by Epstein’s brother to investigate his death.
Many people consider Baden as the number one pathologist in the United States.
He said that Epstein’s eyes showed evidence that capillaries in his eyes were burst, which indicates murder rather than suicide.
Since Jeffrey Epstein’s death, there have been many suspicious facts come out that makes one skeptical of the suicide story.
“In a hanging, the arteries and the blood vessels, the veins are both clogged off and the person is pale. The face is pale. It suffocates you, no blood goes up there.”
Dr. Oz says:
“That’s right. No blood coming in or out…. with manual strangulation, there’s a backup of a pressure and the little capillaries can rupture, and they’re best seen in the eye.”
Baden further stated:
“The initial death certificate was issued at the time of the autopsy, it’s pending further study, getting more information. Five days later it was changed to hanging suicide and one of the things the family wishes to know, the estate wishes to know is, what was that additional information that caused them to change it when five months later and the family still doesn’t know what happened to in the first encounter and what happened to him when he was found dead.”
On Jan. 5, CBS News released explosive new photos showing the convicted pedophile’s jail cell, where he supposedly committed suicide, strewn with scraps of bed sheets and a supposed noose.
Baden said the photos showing injuries to Epstein’s neck convince him that the “findings are more indicative of homicide” than a suicide.
“I think there’s a lot of information that still hasn’t been revealed yet that is essential in order to arrive at a conclusion, whether this is a suicide or homicide,” Baden said on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom.
“I think the closing out of the case as a suicide so quickly was premature.”
The photos show makeshift nooses Epstein supposedly made out of bedsheets at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan. But his neck is deeply marked, prompting questions about whether a cotton sheet could cut so deeply.
Baden, a former New York City medical examiner, said the photo showing the marks on Epstein’s neck “doesn’t match the ligature that was found at the scene and that the medical examiner copied to show how he was hanged.”