Dr. Cyril Wecht joined Kennedy on FOX Business Network in August to discuss Jeffrey autopsy results.
Dr. Wecht, who is a doctor and lawyer, told Kennedy a Montreal study found only 2 of 239 hanging death resulted in a broken Hyoid bone — or less than 1% of those killed.
Top US inmate and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein suffered broken bones in his neck and a broken Hyoid bone that is more common in strangulation deaths.
Wecht added that every prisoner in the MCC on his floor should be questioned about his death.
On Thursday Dr. Mark Siegel told Bulls and Bears on FOX Business Network that 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.
The state of New York later said Epstein’s death was a suicide.
On Wednesday morning famed pathologist Dr. Michael Baden went on FOX and Friends where he said evidence points to homicide over suicide in Epstein’s prison death.
Dr. Baden also pointed to the three broken neck bones were “very unusual of suicide and more indicative of homicide strangulation.
Dr. Baden was hired by the pedophile’s family to observe the autopsy.