(BrightPress.org) – Major names and at least one ex-president are anticipated to be named in court documents unsealed from a settled civil suit between Virginia Guiffre and Ghislaine Maxwell from 2015. The documents are anticipated to be released the first week of the year.
Former President Bill Clinton will be identified as “John Doe 36” and is mentioned in at least 50 of the documents, according to ABC News. Giuffre has previously stated that Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein had coerced her into adult behaviors as a teenager with much older men, including Prince Andrew of the UK Royal Family.
Prince Andrew and Giuffre had a separate out-of-court settlement.
The timing of the lawsuit was key as Giuffre sought Bill Clinton for a deposition just as Hillary Clinton had been confirmed as the 2016 Democratic nominee for president. ABC’s report indicated that many of the documents detail attempting to arrange the deposition.
ABC also reported that Giuffre never accused Clinton of wrongdoing directly. The records also do not indicate any illegal behavior by Bill or Hillary. Giuffree has previously stated that she met Bill Clinton on Epstein’s infamous Caribbean island while he insists he’s never been there.
Epstein’s flight logs show Bill Clinton over twenty times on the infamous “Lolita Express,” including destinations like Paris, Brunei, and Bangkok in the early 2000s. None of the logs indicate he traveled to Epstein’s island. Clinton’s representatives claim that the former president cut off all contact with Epstein in 2005 and said he had no knowledge of Epstein’s child trafficking.
Clinton is just one of dozens of big-name former associates of the disgraced financier and child trafficker, Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein was found dead in his cell in Manhattan while awaiting trial. Officially his death was ruled a suicide, but many do not believe that. Epstein has been implicated in an international blackmail ring connected to intelligence agencies, including the Israeli Mossad and American FBI and CIA.
It’s quite clear that a public trial would have been problematic for many organizations and powerful individuals, and the fact it took years for these names to become public underscores the desire to keep the story suppressed.
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