New photographs have been released of Jeffrey Epstein's autopsy, renewing theories of the Clintons' involvement in the convicted pedophile's death.
The never-before-seen photographs were shared by Epstein's brother, Mark Epstein, during his recent appearance on Megyn Kelly's podcast.
The official narrative is that Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide in his prison cell, roughly four years ago. The Daily Wire reports, "New York City’s Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Barbara Sampson ruled in August 2019 that Jeffrey Epstein’s cause of death was suicide by hanging."
Not everyone, however, believes Sampson, and some - including members of Epstein's family - believe that he was murdered.
The Daily Wire continues, "A forensic pathologist hired by Epstein’s family has pushed back on that conclusion, saying some of the evidence supports homicide."
Sampson, nonetheless, has insisted that her finding of "suicide by hanging" is correct. She has publicly stated that she stands “firmly” behind her findings.
During his appearance on Kelly's podcast, Mark Epstein said that, initially, he did not have any "reason to doubt" Sampson's findings.
"I had no reason to doubt it. [Jeffrey Epstein] didn’t have any children. Our parents are gone. He would know he didn’t have to worry about me. … so, I respected that as his decision," he said.
Mark Epstein, however, went on to reveal that New York City medical examiners directly told him that they could not call his brother's death a suicide, "because it looks too much like a homicide."
Mark Epstein told Kelly that this caused him to ask himself several questions, including "who killed" his brother and "how was it done."
It was at this point in the interview that Mark Epstein shared, with Megyn Kelly, photographs from his brother's autopsy. He claimed that the photographs show a mark on his brother's neck that could not be made by a bed sheet, and he further alleged that the mark is more consistent with a mark that would have been made by a wire, a rope, or something similar that could have been used to strangle his brother.
"I have a hard time, as a layperson, understanding how a sheet made that mark. It’s almost like a garrote was used or some sort of rope wire," Mark Epstein said.
This has only served to renew theories that the Clintons were somehow involved in Epstein's passing. The general claim is that Epstein had dirt on the Clintons and that the Clintons hired someone to kill Epstein to prevent him from spilling the beans.
A direct link to the Clintons, though, has not been found.