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Broken Bones Found in Jeffrey Epstein’s Neck Mean He Could Have Been Murdered

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Was Jeffrey Epstein Arkancided?

Recently there has been a lot of speculation surrounding the death of Accused Pedophile and Child Sex Trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. His ties with the Clintons run deep.

During the FBI’s raid of Epstein’s pedophile island critical evidence came up “missing”. Bill Clinton flew on Epstein’s jet 27 times; many of those times with underage girls on the plane… Could Epstein have been an intelligence asset helping the CIA to gather dirt on powerful people? People were told that he “belonged to intelligence” and to leave him alone.

Nobody knows for sure. Except the people who had him murdered.

From Inside Edition:

The Washington Post reports that an autopsy found that Epstein, a convicted sex offender, had multiple broken bones in his neck, injuries more commonly associated with homicidal strangulation than suicidal hanging.

From Washington Post:

“If, hypothetically, the hyoid bone is broken, that would generally raise questions about strangulation,” said Arden, who is not involved with the Epstein autopsy.

Source: Autopsy finds Jeffrey Epstein had several broken neck bones

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