New documents finally tell the truth about Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton

The Clintons thought they could get away with the skeletons in their closet. Not so fast.

Because these new documents finally tell the truth about Bill Clinton.

According to a recent rumor, the names of several of Jeffrey Epstein’s associates may soon be made public.

The Daily Mail reports that 167 names, including those of friends, victims, coworkers, and accused offenders, will be made public.

According to The Mail, a declaration to release the information was submitted on Wednesday.

The Mail reported that it is “understood” that Prince Andrew of Britain will be listed. Although Virginia Giuffre, who went by the name Virginia Roberts and was one of the alleged victims of Epstein’s trafficking operation, has stated she was mistaken to imply he was associated with Epstein, attorney Alan Dershowitz is also anticipated to be identified.

When Giuffre filed a lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell in 2015, the names entered the court system. That has subsequently been resolved, though information has only slowly begun making its way public.

Epstein passed away in 2019 while awaiting trial, while Maxwell was found guilty of human trafficking in 2021. It was established that he hung himself. Epstein had ties to a number of well-known figures, including business mogul Bill Gates. Who will be included is not indicated in the court document.

The documents are becoming public because several named parties, who are presently known only as John or Jane Doe, have surrendered their rights to privacy protections.

A witness at Maxwell’s trial, whose name had been made public at the time, is among those whose identities would be exposed, according to the paper submitted on Wednesday. Others include an assistant state attorney who appears to be connected to charges brought against Epstein in Florida in 2007 that resulted in a 15-month prison sentence.

Law enforcement officials are listed among the others.

According to Maxwell’s attorneys, who opposed to the name being disclosed because it only appeared in Epstein’s “Black Book” of contacts, one person is referred to as a “public figure,” the Mail reported. In the documents, another person who is now deceased was charged with “serious wrongdoing.” There are four further people who will have their names made public who are also charged with “serious wrongdoing.”

Maxwell’s legal team objected to one person who is referred to as a “Epstein affiliate” because, according to the Mail, “the items the plaintiff (Roberts) hopes to unseal contain a number of salacious, unproven allegations.”

One name will be that of a “alleged Epstein affiliate” and “alleged perpetrator,” who is no longer alive but was the subject of claims that were “widely reported in the media,” according to the letter.

There is no guarantee that the documents will reveal anything regarding former president Bill Clinton, who has long been associated with Epstein.

On the billionaire’s private island of Little Saint James, two witnesses who were aware of the ring’s operations claimed to have seen Clinton in person.

Those who were victimized on the island, frequently when they were minors, have described being trafficked by Epstein.

According to the New York Post, Giuffre described seeing Clinton on the island in 2011.

Giuffre recalled in a deposition that was unsealed in 2020, “I remember asking Jeffrey what’s Bill Clinton doing here kind of thing, and he laughed it off and said well he owes me a favor.”

Maxwell, who is currently serving a 20-year sentence, urged Epstein’s victims to “take their disappointment and upset out on the authorities that allowed” his death to happen during a recent interview but refrained from expressing regret to them.

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