60 Minutes: Trump Rape Partner, Epstein Murdered, Autopsy Photos Aired (graphic)

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Coverup outlined, body moved to Emergency Room though dead for hours, something never done.

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  1. Looks like a pattern to most with a brain. Recall the Pentagon had few working cameras on 911. They confiscated all the cameras in the area, and never showed the videos. How do they keep their people from telling the truth ? Oh ! they will end up like Jeffery.

  2. Even for a non-forensic Joe, this has all the hall-marks – not to mention ligature marks, of a strangulation. How convenient the camera wasn’t working and the half-hour cell check went completely by the board. And, on the evidence I accept Jeffrey Epstein is not sauntering down a board walk on the Mediterranean coast of Israel this afternoon. Also, too: Why would Mark Epstein go to the trouble of raking up evidence on his low-life brother’s death if it would lead anyone to think he escaped through the aid of his Mossad handlers. The photos are authentic and the Pathologist equally so. The only pertinent question left is – yes, it is rhetorical: “Who killed him?”

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