Former President Bill Clinton’s inane accusation that Russian intelligence is behind news reports concerning the involvement of Duke of York, Prince Andrew, in an underage sex slave ring run by convicted pederast and Florida billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, is a last-ditch attempt by the former president to salvage the flagging 2016 presidential prospects of his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
A lawsuit filed in Florida by lawyers for Virginia Roberts, also known as “Jane Doe 3,” and an as yet unnamed woman known only as “Jane Doe 4,” alleges that they were trafficked internationally and domestically as underage sex slaves, for the purpose of having trysts with the world’s most influential people. Roberts claims she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew when she was a minor.
The suit claims that Epstein received a preferential term after his conviction on prostitution charges brought by the state of Florida. Although the plea deal with Florida prosecutors was arrived at in 2007, the negotiations leading up to the deal were conducted during the gubernatorial term of Jeb Bush, also a presumptive 2016 presidential candidate. Epstein served a mere 13 months in prison on prostitution charges, not the longer term he would have seen had he been convicted on pedophilia counts. The deal worked out between Epstein’s attorneys and Florida prosecutors also involved the Florida Attorney General at the time, then-Republican and close Bush friend Charlie Crist. Republican Attorney General Bill McCollum actually signed a sweetheart plea deal with Epstein’s attorneys in 2007. Crist, of course, is no stranger to sex scandals involving underage individuals, but in Crist’s case, they were individuals of the same sex.
The first criminal charges against Epstein were filed in 2005 when a Palm Beach mother claimed that Epstein paid $300 to her 14-year-old daughter for sex. Although Epstein remains a registered sex offender, Florida and the Jeb Bush administration could have ensured that the billionaire was charged with child sex crimes, which would have earned Epstein a longer prison sentence. Bill Clinton’s tacit defense of Epstein, and Jeb Bush’s silence on a matter that he had the power to influence in favor of the underage victims, speaks volumes on the blackmail influence that certain parties maintain over the two leading candidates for president in 2016.
The lawsuit filed in federal court in West Palm Beach claims that Clinton, Andrew, and top Harvard lawyer Alan Dershowitz all participated in underage sex orgies arranged by Epstein. The lawsuit also names Ghislaine Maxwell, the daughter of the late media tycoon and known Mossad agent-of-influence Robert Maxwell, as a “madame” for Epstein who arranged orgies involving underage girls. Maxwell’s body was found floating in the Atlantic next to his yacht, the Lady Ghislaine, in November 1991.
Although Spanish investigators ruled Maxwell’s death as being from natural causes, others pointed out that Maxwell possessed secrets on the lives of politicians ranging from British Prime Minister John Major to British Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock, the father-in-law of the present Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Thorning-Schmidt’s government recently reneged on promises to extend diplomatic recognition to Palestine, a cursory indication of the type of blackmail information that Mossad possesses thanks to Epstein’s pedophile operation. Maxwell was afforded the kind of funeral at Jerusalem’s Mount of Olives cemetery usually reserved for Israeli heads of state.
Just as with the large number of women who came forward with lurid tales concerning Bill Cosby and his sexual advances, a number of victims of Epstein are now prepared to name names of the world’s most wealthy and politically powerful who engaged in inappropriate sexual contact with underage girls provided by Epstein. How many girls were trafficked to the world’s elite by Epstein? Consider the fact that one woman in the lawsuit is referred to as “Jane Doe 102.”
Underage sex slave scandal taints the two presidential frontrunners for 2016
Airplane flight logs indicate that Bill Clinton made several trips to Little St. James island, Epstein’s private reserve in the U.S. Virgin Islands, where victims claim a number of underage sex orgies took place. The private island features a Japanese bathhouse and a large movable statue of a cow. Dershowitz only admits one trip to Little St. James but claims he was there “with his family.”
Ms. Roberts also claims that she was flown as an underage sex slave to New Mexico, New York, Paris, Spain, Tangier, and to London, where Andrew, according to Roberts’s father, introduced her to Queen Elizabeth. Epstein also reportedly sent Roberts to Thailand to attend “massage school.”
Justice for the teens abused by Epstein, and allegedly by his friends Andrew and others, may be elusive. Florida prosecutors who worked for both Jeb Bush and, later, GOP Governor Charlie Crist, arranged for a “non-prosecution agreement” (NPA) that shielded Epstein and any “potential co-conspirators” from federal prosecutions after Epstein agreed to the plea deal that saw him plead guilty to a single state charge of soliciting prostitution, without any mention of the age of the so-called “prostitutes.” The no-further-prosecution deal was worked out between Epstein’s lawyers and Florida and the federal government. Epstein’s lawyers happened to be Alan Dershowitz; Kenneth Starr, the independent counsel of “Monicagate” fame; and Miami celebrity trial lawyer Roy Black. The terms of the NPA were called into question in a letter written in 2011 by former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, R. Alexander Acosta, and the dubious deal-making with Epstein’s lawyers during Bush’s and Crist’s tenure is clearly apparent:
Epstein’s computerized Rolodex reportedly contained 21 phone numbers for Bill Clinton, as well as several e-mail addresses. Epstein’s houseman Alfredo Rodriguez was sentenced to an 18-month federal prison sentence for first hiding and then trying to sell an Epstein “black book,” called the “Holy Grail” and “Golden Nugget,” containing the names and phone numbers of not only Clinton but also Henry Kissinger, Donald Trump, Mick Jagger, and the late Princess Diana’s brother, Earl Spencer. Rodriguez was found guilty of withholding evidence in the federal investigation of Epstein, an investigation that ultimately resulted in no federal charges. However, Epstein was merely charged with soliciting prostitution under a Florida statute, and he only served 13 months of an 18-month sentence in the Palm Beach County Stockade in the VIP section, where he could leave the prison in the morning and return at night.
Last year, Bill Clinton campaigned for Republican-turned-Democrat Crist in his failed quest to return to the Florida Governor’s mansion. While some Republicans are rejoicing in Clinton’s involvement in the Epstein sex scandal, their excitement may be premature considering the deep involvement of Jeb Bush in the plea deal that basically saw Epstein get a sweetheart deal and a promise by the state that no future prosecutions would be sought in the underage sex slave operation.
Neither of the Democratic governors of the U.S. Virgin Islands at the time of the investigation of Epstein’s sex slave operations on Little St. James – Charles Turnbull or John de Jongh – raised a finger to obtain a court order for territorial police to storm the private reserve to seize evidence. Perhaps the new Governor, Kenneth Mapp, the first independent to serve as governor since 1999, can reverse the hands-off policies of the previous Charlotte Amalie administrations.
As for the Duke of York, he is scheduled to attend the annual World Economic Forum on January 21 in Davos, Switzerland. Undoubtedly, the world’s elites gathered at the annual conference will be interested in how many of them have been netted by the victims of Epstein’s blackmail pederasty operation and how many of their names will appear in Roberts’s planned “tell-all” book.
Now that Prince Andrew has found himself ensnared in the sleazy sex slave story of wealthy degenerate Jeffrey Epstein, Bill Clinton can’t be too far behind.
Epstein, who paid teenage girls for naked massages at his Palm Beach, Florida mansion, is a convicted sex offender whose circle of powerful friends has
included financiers, celebrities, politicians, and scientists.
In fact, Epstein, 61, has maintained many of these relationships even after pleading guilty in 2008 to a felony charge stemming from a lengthy probe of his lewd interaction with scores of underage girls, many of whom were recruited while they were students at a Palm Beach high school.
Epstein is pictured here in his most recent sex offender registry photo.
But while Prince Andrew and other public figures resumed meeting with a post-prison Epstein, Clinton appears to have avoided the billionaire, who owns a private Caribbean island, a Manhattan mansion, a New Mexico ranch, and a Paris apartment, in addition to his waterfront Palm Beach residence.
According to court records, Clinton “frequently flew” with Epstein aboard the investor’s private jet from 2002 to 2005, the year news of the police investigation of Epstein was first reported.
As part of a civil suit filed against Epstein by several of his victims, lawyers for the women floated the possibility of subpoenaing Clinton since he “might well be a source of relevant information” about Epstein’s activities.
While Clinton was never deposed, lawyers obtained Epstein’s computerized phone directory, which included “e-mail addresses for Clinton along with 21 phone numbers for him, including those for his assistant (Doug Band),” according to a court filing.