After former President Bill Clinton claimed he knew “nothing of the terrible crimes” committed by billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, it has been revealed that they had close ties and that Epstein visited the White House at least 17 times during Clinton’s first term. 

Official records show that Epstein went mainly to the West Wing, which leads one to assume that he was meeting with Clinton, although he sometimes went for other reasons, reports Daily Mail Dec. 2. 

The trial currently running against Ghislaine Maxwell, the woman accused of procuring women for Epstein, including underage girls, updates the scandal involving many of the world’s leading figures.  

One of the Daily Mail photos features Epstein and Maxwell being entertained by then-President Clinton during a reception hosted by the White House Historical Association after he donated $10,000.

In another photo published by the Daily Mail, Clinton receives massages from Chauntae Davies, who claimed to have been raped by Epstein. 

Notably, Maxwell also attended the wedding of the Clintons’ daughter Chelsea in 2010, which would be an indication of the favor she enjoyed with the family.

Clinton can hardly avoid the multiple signs that bring him close to Epstein, given that the flight log of the Boeing jet owned by the pedophile, known as ‘Lolita Express’ records that he visited the Caribbean island on the latter at least 27 times. 

In addition, Clinton would have visited Epstein in some of his mansions located in Florida and New York, even in one of them he appears in a picture wearing a compromising women’s suit.

All the expectations aroused at the time by the imprisonment of Epstein, accused of crimes related to trafficking and sexual exploitation of minors, collapsed in 2019 due to his alleged suicide while he was waiting in jail for the corresponding trial. 

Now, Maxwell’s trial has prompted a wealth of details of the proceedings and other events in which she participated in her role as Epstein’s alleged accomplice. Maxwell was arrested in New Hampshire in July 2020.

Among other recently surfaced data related to this scandal is that accidentally provided by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). (FAA), which leaked hundreds of flights on Epstein’s private jets that were previously unknown. 

Epstein owned, in addition to the 189-seat Boeing 727 jet, better known as the ‘Lolita express’, three other 16-passenger Gulfstream jets, and the FAA report revealed 704 previously unknown flights, according to Insider on November 29. 

Insider had made a request to the FAA to list the flights of Epstein’s aircraft but was denied a response on the grounds that the information was part of an investigation, but then mistakenly sent the data in response to a different case. 

It is now known that Epstein’s air fleet would have made at least 2,618 flights from 1995 to July 6, 2019.

For analysts, Maxwell’s trial could be the opportunity to expose an extensive chain of sexual abuse of minors, in which, apparently, high-profile personalities of the world’s current affairs are involved.

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