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Bill Clinton's office doesn't object to imminent unsealing of Jeffrey Epstein court documents


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The Washington Examiner

Christian Datoc, White House Reporter
January 01, 2024

Former President Bill Clinton is expected to be among the names included in court filings that will soon be unsealed about deceased accused sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, and the former president's office is not objecting to making that information public.

U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska ruled in December 2023 that the filings would begin being made public after Jan. 1. In addition to Clinton, disgraced British royal Prince Andrew is expected to appear.

The documents spill out of the 2015 civil suit focusing on Epstein and his business associate Ghislaine Maxwell regarding the alleged sexual trafficking and abuse of Virginia Giuffre.

Clinton's office did not issue a new response to the documents' unsealing and directed the Washington Examiner back to a 2019 statement regarding his relationship with Epstein from Clinton spokesman Angel Urena.



Jan 1, 2024 #jeffreyepstein

This segment originally aired December 21, 2023. Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave discuss a New York Judge's order to reveal a swath of court documents related to Jeffrey Epstein

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A federal judge has ordered that documents containing the names of some of the associates of deceased financier and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein be released in 2024. However, will we really be getting any new information? I don't need to "find out" about Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew being on the list. We already know that. I want to know who the "and others" are.

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