The statement released by Chief Medical Examiner Barbara Sampson, which specified that Epstein hanged himself, confirms her office's preliminary findings last weekend. "It is indisputable that the authorities violated their own protocols".
The official statement wasted few words, and it was far from clear that it would calm the storm of conspiracy theories swirling around the multimillionaire's death.
A guard in Epstein's unit was working a fifth straight day of overtime and another guard was working mandatory overtime, the people said.
Officials have cautioned to CNN that they don't know what the staff members were doing during that time and are still trying to pin that down.
Two weeks before Epstein died, he was found lying in the fetal position in his cell, with marks on his neck, NBC 4 reported at the time. Clinton and Trump both said they had not seen Epstein in years when new charges were brought against him last month.
The office said Sunday that it had performed an autopsy on the 66-year-old - but cautioned at that time that it hadn't reached a final determination as to a cause of death. They shared a cell.
Experts say the injury can be associated with suicide or strangulation.
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Epstein's death deprived his alleged victims of a chance to face him at a criminal trial, leaving civil lawsuits against his estate among their legal options. The person could not discuss the matter publicly and spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity.
Attorney General William Barr has said the criminal investigation into any possible co-conspirators would continue. Also, while the federal government is working to ease the rules for payday lenders, the state of NY is cracking down hard on these predators.
The suit, filed Thursday in a federal court in NY, claims the women were working as hostesses at a popular Manhattan restaurant in 2004 when they were recruited to give Epstein massages. The other was 20.
They both state they were told the massage wouldn't include "unwanted touching".
Two days later they went to Epstein's luxurious mansion near Central Park.
One plaintiff now lives in Japan, the other in Baltimore. They seek $100 million in damages, citing depression, anxiety, anger and flashbacks.
The autopsy confirms that Epstein killed himself in his jail cell August 10.