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Report: Epstein autopsy finds broken bones in his neck

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Report: Epstein autopsy finds broken bones in his neck

Report: Epstein autopsy finds broken bones in his neck

An autopsy performed on Jeffrey Epstein showed he "sustained multiple breaks in his neck bones," the Washington Post reported Wednesday .

People familiar with the autopsy report told the newspaper the bones broken in Epstein's neck included the hyoid bone, which is near the Adam's apple.

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Report: Epstein autopsy finds broken bones in his neck

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