Date created : 16/08/2019 - 01:38Latest update : 16/08/2019 - 07:51 Jeffrey Epstein's death in prison from an apparent suicide as he awaited trial on sex trafficking charges came after newly released testimony linked the disgraced financier to several high-profile personalities. An autopsy of the 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, according to two law enforcement sources.Such injuries can occur in people who hang themselves or who are strangled.Epstein was found dead in his jail cell in New York City on Saturday. The circumstances of the multi-millionaire's death are under investigation, and it was unclear when a report of the autopsy would be made public.One of the two law enforcement sources familiar with the Epstein case said there was no evidence or suggestion of foul play but cautioned the investigation was at an early stage. Epstein's French connections … [Read more...] about Jeffrey Epstein autopsy shows several neck fractures
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Joey Garrison, Kevin McCoy and Olivia Sanchez USA TODAY Published 5:43 PM EDT Aug 10, 2019 Less than three weeks ago, Jeffrey Epstein was placed on suicide watch after he was found in his New York jail cell with injuries to his neck. But the wealthy financier had already been removed from constant surveillance when he was found unresponsive in his jail cell early Saturday morning. He was rushed to a hospital and pronounced dead after an apparent suicide by hanging. Epstein, 66, was removed from suicide watch on July 29, just six days after the self-inflicted bruising on his neck was spotted, according to the New York Times. It meant that he was returned to the special housing unit at the jail, which is separated from the rest of the facility and has extra security. The Federal Bureau of Prisons did not respond to a message from USA TODAY asking why Epstein was taken off suicide watch. His death, which followed the July 23 warning signs, has raised … [Read more...] about Why wasn’t Jeffrey Epstein on suicide watch when he died?
SECOND DEMOCRATIC DEBATE LINE UP Tuesday, July 30 - from left of screenMarianne WilliamsonTim Ryan Amy Klobuchar Pete Buttigieg Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren Beto O'Rourke John Hickenlooper John DelaneySteve Bullock Democrats debating in Detroit on Tuesday teetered between slamming President Donald Trump and attacking each other, unsure whether to spend their time onstage trying to win the primary contest or the 2020 general election. 'Ultimately we have to beat Donald Trump,' Minnesota Sen Amy Klobuchar said.' But a moment later she tried to drive a wedge in the middle of her own party, between the left-wing progressives and the moderates to their right. 'Yes, I have bold ideas,' she said, 'but they are grounded in reality.' Massachusetts Sen Elizabeth Warren wasted no time clobbering Trump, saying he 'disgraces the office of president every single day.' The most devastating attack on the president came from South Bend, Indiana Mayor … [Read more...] about 2020 Democrats start two nights of debates in Detroit
New Zealand Rugby was accused of "deplorable" judgment Thursday over the All Black selection of Sevu Reece, a player who less than 12 months ago pleaded guilty to assaulting his girlfriend. Reece was one of four new faces named Tuesday in the All Blacks' 39-man squad for the Rugby Championship, raising eyebrows because of the personal baggage he still carries from last year's court case. The 22-year-old pleaded guilty in a Hamilton court last October to assaulting his girlfriend in the street, causing facial injuries and bruising to her body before a bouncer intervened. He was fined but no conviction was recorded after his lawyer argued it would derail his fledgeling rugby career. Irish side Connacht cancelled his contract regardless and Reece also found himself unwanted by Waikato Chiefs. But Canterbury Crusaders handed the Fijian-born speedser a lifeline and he rewarded them with a competition-high 15 tries that helped them reach Saturday's Super Rugby final against Argentina's … [Read more...] about NZ Rugby’s values questioned after Reece selection
Rocky Elsom’s biographer wastes no time entering the realm of hagiography. “Rocky is like a modern day renaissance man, a Leonardo da Vinci in studs,” wrote Bret Harris in 2011. “Apart from being one of the greatest Wallabies of his generation, Rocky is a musician, a philosopher, an entrepreneur and a pilot just to list a few of his pastimes.” That’s only the blurb. By the time Harris interviews Elsom’s family in chapter one this “mythical hero” is framed as two Clint Eastwood characters, Dirty Harry and the strong silent cowboy. He’s also a “Viking warrior” yet “quintessential Australian” seemingly in the mould of Ned Kelly. Portrayed as “the embodiment of the human spirit” (this may sound far-fetched - because it is) such hyperbole would have been gobbled whole by newly minted Leinster fans after Elsom burst the Munster damn in Croke Park before trampling over Leicester’s Alesana … [Read more...] about Whatever happened to the wonderful Rocky Elsom?