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BOMBSHELL: Doctor Says Epstein Suffered Hemorrhaging In Neck, A Sign of Homicide [Watch]

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John Salvatore

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Appearing on Fox News’ “Hannity” on Monday night, Dr. Mark Seigel explained that Jeffrey Epstein’s death appears to look more and more like a homicide rather than a suicide.

Certainly seems plausible, given all the information we’ve learned over the past five-ish days.

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Dr. Mark Siegel: “It certainly increased the chances that this was a murder than a suicide. Let me tell you why. The hyoid bone which is right here in the neck, a U-shaped bone… In his case the autopsy is now revealing that multiple bones were broken in his neck including the hyoid. The hyoid bone might break in strangulation about one-third to one-half of the time. In suicide, hanging, it might break 6-10% of the time, depending on which study you look at… Much less percentage. But in order to break that bone and multiple bones in the neck, David, you’ have to exert a lot of force if it’s a hanging. I don’t want to get to graphic here but he supposedly hung himself off a bunk bed with sheets. I’m thinking more a rope with a height.

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From Daily Wire:

Convicted pedophile and alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein reportedly had a $100,000 cement truck rushed to his mansion in the Virgin Islands late last year, just days before a bombshell report was published by the Miami Herald which ultimately led to his arrest.

Epstein “got the Carmix 5.5 XL self-loading concrete mixer delivered to Little St. James on November 7 last year,” the Daily Mail reported. “Epstein was in such a hurry that he paid for the machine up front so it would arrive sooner — even though it meant being responsible if it got damaged in transit.”

The timeline of events is important here, especially when taking into consideration other items that Epstein shipped to his other residences at times when he was facing legal troubles.

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Ghislaine Maxwell, Confidant of Jeffrey Epstein, Has Been Arrested In New Hampshire

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Ghislaine Maxwell, a former girlfriend and confidant of the late Jeffrey Epstein — who probably didn’t kill himself, ha-ha — has been arrested in the state of New Hampshire according to new reports being blasted across most major news outlets this morning. The FBI confirmed that the accused madam was officially taken into custody at 8:30 a.m. in Branford, N.H. The charges she’s been arrested over have not yet been revealed. Makes you sort of wonder if the same fate the befell Epstein might come knocking on Maxwell’s door, doesn’t it? Eerie. Here’s more from Fox News: Maxwell, the daughter of late British media magnate Robert Maxwell, has been accused in civil court filings of facilitating a sex-trafficking operation that brought girls — some as young as 14 — to Epstein’s Manhattan home, though until Thursday she had not been formally charged with any criminal wrongdoing. While there have been reports that there were several others who “facilitated” Epstein’s alleged sexual abuse also being investigated, the main focus has been on Maxwell. Maxwell, 58, dated Epstein more than a decade ago and became a member of his tight inner circle until his August 10 jail-cell suicide. What this means is that Maxwell was privy to a lot of the same information that Epstein was and no doubt knew about all of his big time connections and whether or not those connections were involved in his pedophilia ring. If something did indeed happen to Epstein while in custody, then that would mean that Maxwell could potentially be a target as well. If something happens to her it will no doubt confirm all of the suspicions folks have had about the very strange timing of Epstein’s “suicide.” Back in May, Maxwell managed to win a request to delay questioning concerning a civil…

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Virginia Puts New Monthly Limits On Handguns

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The Bill of Rights, contained within the United States Constitution, speaks in clear, easy-to-understand English, that the federal government does not have the authority in any capacity to infringe upon the God-given right to bear arms. Scholars have debated what this amendment means for many, many years, which is ridiculous, because it’s spelled out for them in the text itself and in the context in which the amendment was written. People have the right to own guns and the government can’t interfere with that. Bingo. However, big government nanny-state folk are only interested in finding new and creative ways to place as many limits on this right as possible, because an unarmed people are a whole lot easier to control. The state of Virginia has now adopted some of the strictest gun control measures in the country after a judge shot down a bid to block a ridiculous one-handgun-a-month limit from taking effect. Here’s more from The Free Beacon: Virginia Democrats made gun control a top priority after taking control of both the state legislature and governor’s mansion in 2019 and quickly pushed through one of the most restrictive packages in the country. Residents in the commonwealth are now subject to universal background checks, red flag laws, and a monthly limit on how many handguns they can purchase. Gun-rights activists had attempted to block the July 1 implementation date of those measures in separate suits. A state judge rejected a request to temporarily block the one-gun-a-month law on Thursday. The same group of gun-rights activists requested a stay in a new suit against the universal background check law, but were unable to secure a hearing before the law took effect. Philip Van Cleave, president of the Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL), which is involved in both current lawsuits and considering…

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