Jeffrey Epstein





Esptein’s autopsy sparks new wave of questions

The mystery deepens around the apparent suicide of late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Sources close to the matter say an autopsy found Epstein sustained multiple breaks in his neck bones, including his hyoid bone. Forensic experts say that bone can sometimes be fractured during hanging, especially in older people, but is more often to break during strangulation.


WATCH: Judicial Watch investigating Epstein’s death

Government watchdog group Judicial Watch is seeking some answers as it launches its own investigation into Jeffrey Epstein’s death. One America’s John Hines caught up with the group’s president — Tom Fitton — who said the circumstances of Epstein’s death look like another scandal for the Department of Justice.




Epstein’s confidante under microscope

With Jeffrey Epstein now dead, attention is turning to the late billionaire’s alleged accomplice. The day before Epstein was found unconscious, thousands of pages of documents from a previous lawsuit were released alleging Epstein’s long-time confidante Ghislaine Maxwell ordered young girls to perform sexual acts on Epstein and other high profile men.
According to multiple reports, Epstein died overnight in his jail cell at the Manhattan Correctional Center where he being held without bail.