The Jeffrey Epstein scandal is one that will not go away.
Americans demand the truth about the full extent of Epstein’s crimes.
And Bill Clinton is sweating bullets over this Jeffrey Epstein leak bombshell.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s defamation lawsuit against Epstein Madam Ghislaine Maxwell continues to be the last source of truth about the powerful men that traveled and partied with Epstein during the time period when Epstein trafficked underage girls to his private island.
The conveyor belt of truth this lawsuit fed will continue to run now that a judge rejected a motion from Hyatt Hotels chairman Tom Pritzker – who is the cousin of Illinois Democrat Governor J.B. Pritzker – to keep material related to him under seal.
The Daily Mail reports:
Dozens of court documents relating to Jeffrey Epstein’s associates, including a billionaire businessman, will be made public after a judge ruled the public interest outweighs the right to privacy.
Judge Loretta Preska on Friday ruled that the material concerning eight people should be unsealed despite one subject claiming it could ‘wrongfully harm (his) privacy and reputation.’
Judge Preska overrode objections from Tom Pritzker, the billionaire executive chairman of the Hyatt Hotels, and ordered material related to him be made public.
There are now eight more John Does who could be made public thanks to Giuffre’s lawsuit.
The Daily Mail also reports:
A total of 16 ‘Non-Party Does’ objected to the release of the files being made public and the first set of eight have already been dealt with by the federal court in New York.
The latest batch related to the remaining eight, referred to as Does 12, 28, 97, 107, 144, 147, 171, and 183.
One of the most famous names attached to Jeffrey Epstein is Bill Clinton.
When Epstein died under mysterious circumstances in his Manhattan jail cell Clinton’s office falsely claimed Clinton only flew four times on Epstein’s private plane after Clinton left Washington and that was the extent of their relationship.
But records show Clinton flew 26 times on the “Lolita Express” – the nickname given to Epstein’s private plane – and that Epstein visited the White House at least 17 times – including one 1993 visit where Epstein and Maxwell were photographed with Clinton – during Clinton’s first few years in office.
Former top Clinton aide Doug Band also alleged that Clinton flew to Epstein’s private island.
Beyond Epstein suddenly dying during a complete meltdown of security procedures at the Manhattan correctional facility that jailed him, there were other odd episodes in the Epstein investigation.
FBI agent Kelly Maguire testified at Maxwell’s trial that the FBI used a saw to open a safe at Epstein’s home and collected evidence that included computer hard drives.
Those hard drives then went missing.
The FBI is not known for losing evidence the way some people misplace their car keys.
This simply does not happen.
And from the moment of Epstein’s death, it looked like there was a concerted effort on the part of the media and government to keep secret Epstein and Maxwell’s client list.
But thanks to Giuffre’s lawsuit the American people may get access to some more pieces of the puzzle.
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