Bill Clinton Named In Infamous Epstein List

In a highly anticipated release of documents, numerous names have emerged in connection to the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Among them is former President Bill Clinton, who was part of Epstein’s elite circle before the financier’s arrest for sex trafficking minors and subsequent death in jail. Other notable figures linked to Epstein include Britain’s Prince Andrew, Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, actor Kevin Spacey, comedian Chris Tucker, and former President Donald Trump.

Clinton, identified as “John Doe 36,” is mentioned more than 50 times in the redacted filings, primarily in relation to Virginia Giuffre’s legal efforts to subpoena him for deposition testimony regarding his association with Epstein. It is also anticipated that Clinton’s name will appear in documents related to Giuffre’s and Epstein’s co-conspirator Ghislaine Maxwell’s attempts to compel Epstein to answer questions in 2016 after he invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination during a deposition.

Importantly, there is currently no indication that the sealed documents incriminate Clinton. While he had been photographed with Epstein on multiple occasions and traveled on his private jet, the “Lolita Express,” Clinton and Maxwell have vehemently denied any visits to Epstein’s Caribbean island, Little St. James.

Last month, U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska ruled that the records would be unsealed in the new year, revealing over 170 names previously disguised with pseudonyms. Most of these names are already associated with Epstein in some capacity, encompassing alleged wrongdoers, victims, associates, visitors to his residences, and users of his private planes. Prince Andrew, who has faced allegations of sexual encounters with Virginia Giuffre, will also be mentioned in the documents.

However, some records will remain confidential, particularly those involving individuals who were minors at the time of their abuse within Epstein’s ring, as ruled by the judge.

Epstein, who died in prison while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges in 2019, was officially ruled a suicide, though conspiracy theories surrounding his death persist. Maxwell, his alleged accomplice, is currently serving a 20-year sentence for her role in aiding Epstein’s recruitment and sexual abuse of minors.

The release of these documents sheds further light on the extensive network of influential individuals associated with Epstein, raising questions and fueling ongoing investigations into the scope of his criminal activities.