Bill Clinton to be revealed as Epstein source in new document dump

 January 2, 2024

In an impending release of court documents related to Jeffrey Epstein, former President Bill Clinton is set to be identified as "John Doe 36," with over 50 mentions in a 2015 lawsuit filed by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre.

These references are likely tied to Giuffre's attempts to compel Clinton to testify against Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.

The documents

The documents, expected to be unsealed starting January 2, will not implicate Clinton in any unlawful activities, according to ABC News.

Over 170 individuals associated with Epstein are slated to be named, including accusers, alleged victims, and those connected to his inner circle.

"This batch will involve the names of additional Epstein associates, alleged perpetrators, alleged co-conspirators, alleged victims, witnesses and former Epstein employees. Several of the 'Does' mentioned in the documents are now deceased," ABC News reported.

Prince Andrew and others

Prince Andrew, linked to Giuffre's claims, is anticipated to be mentioned, along with individuals who worked for Epstein and may have participated in his crimes.

Giuffre's efforts to subpoena Clinton for testimony are part of the documents, alleging that she met him on Epstein's private island, Little St. James.

Both Maxwell and Clinton have denied his presence on the island, and the former president declined to testify, asserting he had never been there. Flight records have been cited to support Clinton's claim.

More details to come

The revelations are expected to provide further details about the extensive network connected to Epstein and the allegations against various individuals.

Clinton, who has consistently denied any inappropriate connections with Epstein, is not anticipated to face legal implications from the released documents.

Additional references to Clinton are anticipated in connection with joint efforts by Maxwell and Giuffre to encourage Epstein to provide truthful statements in 2016. This initiative transpired subsequent to Epstein's repetitive invocations of his Fifth Amendment rights during a deposition in the lawsuit.

The impending release of the documents, following a ruling by a federal judge in Manhattan, is expected to unveil the identities of over 170 individuals associated with Epstein. These individuals, previously known only as John and Jane Does, are linked to the late sex offender, shedding light on their connections and involvement.

The unsealing of these documents is a significant development in the ongoing legal proceedings surrounding Jeffrey Epstein and his alleged co-conspirators.

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