Mark Epstein, the brother of the deceased wealthy sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, unveiled new photos of his brother’s autopsy on Friday during an interview with Megyn Kelly, a conservative commentator and SiriusXM host.
During a Friday interview on “The Megyn Kelly Show” on SiriusXM, Mark Epstein released never-before-seen photos from his brother’s autopsy report to reinforce his argument that Jeffrey Epstein did not die by suicide but was killed by another prisoner while in custody.
Mark Epstein told Kelly on Friday that despite the fact the U.S. government claimed he had been notified of Jeffrey Epstein’s death, he first discovered his brother’s death while watching CNN.
While he initially believed the report that his brother had died by suicide and “respected” Jeffrey Epstein’s apparent decision to take his own life while in prison, Mark Epstein told Kelly that he became increasingly suspicious of the report as he learned more information from witnesses of the autopsy.
One of the new pictures released from the autopsy showed a sizable red mark around Jeffrey Epstein’s neck, prompting Kelly to question how a “sheet” could leave such a large mark on his neck.
Mark Epstein claimed that the red mark around his brother’s neck appeared to resemble “ligature strangulation” rather than the result of a hanging suicide. He added that the mark was located around the middle of Jeffrey Epstein’s neck in the photos and that the mark should have been “high up in the front” if the wealthy sex offender had truly hung himself.
Mark Epstein also shared another picture showing Jeffrey Epstein’s legs, which he argued presents “clear” evidence that the former sex offender’s blood had pooled.
“The fact that his legs are clear even if they laid him down, the blood would not have drained up from his legs into his back unless he was hung upside down,” Mark Epstein said. “The fact that his legs and buttocks are clear from lividity, it leads doubt to the fact he was found the way they described.”
“This is bullsh-t,” Mark said in criticism of the government’s report that Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide. “There were, I think, 11 other prisoners on that tier in the cells that could have killed him.”