Epstein’s Suicide Reboots Investigation Into Known Associates—Including Former President Bill Clinton

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Back in 2015, while sorting through various documents that were related to the then case against Jeffrey Epstein, investigators indicated that they had stumbled across entries in Epstein's directory that totaled as many as 21 email and telephone contacts for the former president Bill Clinton and Doug Band, the president's personal aide.  The New York Post reported that all the contacts were found in Epstein’s electronic directory.

Epstein was a convicted sex offender who, in 2008, pleaded guilty to felony charges brought against him.  The charges resulted from a long-running investigation at that time into his alleged involvements with girls at Palm Beach High School, in Florida, that was at the time underage.  The Smoking Gun reported that Epstein was suspected of having paid some of the underage girls to provide naked messages in his private residence.

At the time of the allegations, Epstein maintained contact and friendships with some of the best known and influential individuals in America—from celebrities to politicians.  Even though Epstein had done time in prison, he was able to maintain his connections with some of the elite of the elite. 

Then in 2015, Epstein was back in the news, with allegations brought against him that stated he had provided Prince Andrew, of England, with services of a sexual nature from an American girl, Virginia Roberts, who was only 17-years-old at the time of the alleged interaction.

Roberts filed a federal lawsuit against Epstein in the state of Florida.  The New York Post also reported that, in the same suit, she alleged that she was forced to serve as a "sex slave" by Epstein.  She also claimed that he paid her $15,000 for services provided of a sexual nature for Prince Andrew.

It was while lawyers were combing through these court documents that they ran across contacts belonging to former president Bill Clinton.  The same court documents, however, showed that Clinton had cut all ties with Epstein in 2005.  The distancing of Clinton from Epstein occurred just shortly after Epstein himself was arrested for an "erotic massage" he had received from a reportedly underaged female.

It is worth noting that the Smoking Gun website reported that before cutting his ties with Epstein, Clinton was a "frequent flyer" aboard Epstein's private jet, between 2002 and 2005.  Because of this previous relationship, and the recent arrest and death of the wealthy financier, anyone associated with Epstein is once again in the spotlight.

So, what’s the verdict—you decide.

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