The new year will be rung in with the ominous disclosure of hundreds of associates of notorious pedophile and philanthropist Jeffrey Epstein, among them former President Bill Clinton and others at the highest levels of global power.
ABC News reports that the former president will be named alongside Prince Andrew as associates of the late Epstein, who died by suicide in 2019 while awaiting charges on abusing hundreds of young girls in a scheme stretching back decades. According to flight logs obtained from Epstein’s private jet, Clinton flew with Epstein dozens of times.
In a civil lawsuit brought against Epstein co-conspirator Ghislaine Maxwell, U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska ruled that the aliases of Epstein’s associates deserve to be in the public domain with the exception of three individuals who were victimized by the duo. Virginia Giuffre, who brought the suit, is one of Maxwell’s victims and recounted how the romantic partner of Epstein would recruit and groom young girls for his perverted pleasures.
The list of “John and Jane Does” is expected to be a who’s who of global powerbrokers. Deposition records from Maxwell and Giuffre indicate that the young woman was ordered to have sex with former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, the late model scout Jean Luc Brunel, billionaire hedge fund manager Glenn Dubin. Maxwell denied the allegations, as did all three men.
Court records show that President Clinton, identified as “Doe 36,” is mentioned in more than 50 redacted filings. Attorneys for Giuffre attempted to subpoena the two-term former president in 2016, just days before his wife Hillary Clinton clinched the Democratic nomination against then-candidate Donald Trump. The dispute continued into the following year as both sides petitioned the judge on whether testimony by President Clinton, who through lawyers denied ever being on Epstein’s private island, would be relevant.
“You did not allow us to depose him because you said it was irrelevant,” Giuffre’s attorney told the judge. “So now we’re in a position where at trial they want to put forth that information against my client, and I don’t have an under-oath statement from that individual saying whether or not he actually was,” she added.
Because the trial never occurred, Maxwell’s testimony on Clinton was never taken and the matter was left unresolved — until now.