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Jeffrey Epstein's autopsy report finds broken bones in his neck: Washington Post

Reuters Thursday, 15 August 2019
Disgraced U.S. financier Jeffrey Epstein's autopsy report found that he had several broken bones in his neck, the Washington Post reported late on Wednesday.
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The autopsy into financier Jeffrey Epstein, who died in an apparent suicide while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges, found his neck had been broken in several places, the Washington Post reported late on Wednesday. Jonah Green has more.

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