The brother of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein has released never-before-seen autopsy photos to conservative political commentator Megyn Kelly.
The brother, Mark Epstein, appeared on Friday's episode of “The Megyn Kelly Show” and raised questions about the official cause of death.
Epstein was found dead in his prison cell in New York's Metropolitan Correctional Center on August 10, 2019.
Though his death was ruled a suicide by hanging, many have questioned that determination due to the influential figures that he could have potentially implicated. Among his alleged friends and guests at his infamous "Lolita Island" were Prince Andrew and former President Bill Clinton.
During the interview, Mark Epstein argued that the photos prove that his brother could not have killed himself. WARNING: GRAPHIC
Jeffrey Epstein's brother Mark reveals a never-before-seen photo of Epstein from the autopsy, showing a significant red mark on Epstein's neck, which he says shows Epstein could not have killed himself.
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One of the newly public autopsy photos featured a large red mark in the middle of his neck.
“From that picture, the ligature mark on his neck is more in the middle of his neck and sort of goes straight back,” he said. “In a hanging, it goes really high up in the front of the neck because you sink down into that noose.”
He asserted that the red mark appeared to be a “ligature strangulation” instead of the result of a hanging.
Another photo showed Jeffrey Epstein's legs.
“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 bullshit,” Mark Epstein asserted. “There were, I think, 11 other prisoners on that tier in the cells that could have killed him.”
Mark Epstein also claimed that he learned about his brother's death from CNN, despite the government claiming that he had been contacted before the media got ahold of the news.