Jeffrey Epstein death was ruled a suicide but there was multiple broken bones on his neck… sorry, still doesn’t add up…

As you all can see through the news today, Jeffrey Epstein’s death was ruled a suicide by hanging. Um, really? If you do a little digging, it was discovered that Jeffrey had multiple broken bones on his neck. That was confirmed by the medical examiner.

I look at all this and ask myself, “How the hell does one break bones during a strangulation?” When in strangulation, a rope or bed sheets wouldn’t be that strong to break someone’s neck. Think about it, right? On top of all this, we still don’t know exactly how Jeffrey hung himself. Was it a rope? Bed sheets? Wires? His bare hands? We don’t know anything!

Jeffrey was left alone when this happened. So my belief that when he was left alone, whoever was hired to kill Jeffrey went to his cell and strangled him with something. What caused the broken bones on his neck, I imagine that who ever strangled him in there was a very huge man. He probably was huge with big arms and huge hands. Somebody used bare hands to squeeze his neck real hard that would cause his neck to break.

Sorry but nobody is STILL buying the “suicide by hanging” theory. Still no proof of suicide.

Look, I don’t care what happens to Epstein but the reason he’s a big deal is ’cause he knows too much about the Clintons and other top Democrats. No doubt they all had involvement in Epstein’s child sex trafficking ring that includes Barack Obama.

Why would someone commit suicide shortly before trial? Epstein never seemed like the suicidal type. I’m not defending him and am glad he’s dead but it’s still against the law to kill someone even if the person is bad.

It’s obvious someone did this to Epstein. Even a lot of liberals out there are starting to admit it.

The media and politicians calling it a “conspiracy theory”, well they are dumb and they are just saying it to protect themselves.

Epstein was murdered by a hired hitman, no doubt. I’m sticking with it.

Kev

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