Speculations swirled around the world after Jeffrey Epstein’s mysterious death in a Manhattan jail cell.
With Epstein’s past of pedophilia and his well-connected friends in high place, few people believed the official story that he killed himself.
Now Bill Clinton and other global elitists are sweating over a court ordering these Epstein court files to be released.
When Epstein’s confidant Ghislaine Maxwell was finally arrested, many thought we would finally know who was involved with his illegal affairs.
And when a judge denied Maxwell bail, one of her family friends told The Sun that Maxwell believes that Epstein was murdered in prison.
The Sun reports:
A family friend told The Sun On Sunday Maxwell, 58, fears she will be bumped off inside the brutal New York jail which warders describe as a “hellhole”[…]
Maxwell’s friend said: “Everyone’s view including Ghislaine’s is Epstein was murdered. She received death threats before she was arrested.”
And it’s not hard to believe that Epstein was murdered while in prison.
A great deal of errors were committed by the judicial system when Epstein was found dead with the lapse of security, failure to do scheduled rounds, and the missing surveillance footage from Epstein’s prison cell.
But if Epstein was knocked off by one of his old friends in high places to keep him quiet, Maxwell should also be fearful.
A floodgate of information involving Epstein and his associates is about to be made public later this week.
In a defamation case brought by Virginia Roberts Giuffre – who claims Epstein forced her to have sex with Royal Family member Prince Andrew – against Maxwell, a judge just ordered that pages of documents be made public involving Epstein’s past affiliations.
The files included in this court order are the logs from Epstein’s jets along with police records of his Florida estate.
We may finally see the depth of Bill Clinton’s involvement with Epstein as well as other global elitists.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.