Mark Epstein says brother Jeffrey Epstein's hospital report has been deleted

 January 4, 2024

The details surrounding Jeffrey Epstein's death continue to raise questions.

According to Newsmax, the disgraced, deceased financier's health records from the time of his death apparently no longer exist, according to his brother, Mark Epstein.

Mark Epstein attempted to obtain a prehospital care report, which would have been a commonly available report written by the EMS team that moved Jeffrey Epstein out of his cell.

Probably not surprisingly, Mark Epstein wasn't able to obtain the report as it suddenly disappeared from the database, according to a health worker.

"As of right now, you're telling me you can't find the [pre-hospital care report]?" Mark asked, to which the prison employee replied, "Not for the 10th of August 2019, no. It's not in the fire department database. I don't know why."

Mark Epstein's attempt to procure the report was documented and posted this week by Tucker Carlson. The video racked up nearly 9 million views at the time of this writing.

"The U.S. government claims Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in a federal detention facility in Manhattan four and a half years ago, just before his trial. If that’s true, why are there so few records available from that night?" Carlson wrote.

"Here’s Mark Epstein trying to get a copy of one of the most basic documents of all, the prehospital care report, written by the EMS team that moved his brother’s body out of the cell. We’ll be interviewing Mark Epstein soon," he added.

The employee suggested that Jeffrey Epstein's body might have been taken directly to the morgue, but Mark Epstein has pictures of his brother in the hospital.

The fire department handling his body to obtain the report, saying, "they were the ones that suggested I get the PCR report ... Since I heard that with my own ears, I believe them, and I don't know why someone played with the computer and it's not there."

As most people believe, Mark Epstein is certain that his brother was murdered at the prison, though the official cause of death was listed as suicide.

In the wake of Epstein's associate list being made public this week, there's a renewed interest in the circumstances that ultimately led to his death.

Only time will tell if more bombshell evidence surrounding his death is revealed through multiple ongoing investigations.