Democrats blocked a Republican effort to subpoena documents relating to deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
The answer about why Democrats fought to continue to cover up may now be clear.
And Bill Clinton got some bad news about these Jeffrey Epstein records going public.
Judge Loretta A. Preska recently ordered the release of more than 170 names of individuals named in Virginia Giuffre’s long-ago-settled defamation lawsuit against Epstein’s madam, Ghislaine Maxwell.
According to the Daily Mail, John Doe number eight is expected to be Doug Band, who worked in the Clinton White House and served as Bill Clinton’s top aide from 2002 to 2011.
“Documents related to Doug Band, who helped rebuild Clinton’s image in his post presidency following the Monica Lewinsky scandal, will be released in early January after a ruling by a judge in New York,” the Daily Mail reports.
“Six files related to Band are among the hundreds ordered unsealed by Judge Loretta Preska, a tranche of information which could give fresh insight into the former president’s dealings with Epstein,” the Daily Mail also reports.
Not everyone named in the Epstein document dump participated in his crimes of sex trafficking underage girls.
Some of the people named will be completely innocent.
Band was aboard the infamous 2002 trip to Africa with Epstein, Bill Clinton and comedian/actor Chris Tucker.
After the flight, Band reportedly demanded Clinton cut ties with Epstein after Epstein made a series of outrageous claims that set off alarm bells in Band’s mind.
Instead of taking that advice, Clinton took 24 more trips aboard Epstein’s private jet.
The judge cited a 2020 tell-all interview Band gave to Vanity Fair as to why she authorized the release of his name.
Clinton long denied ever traveling to Epstein’s private island, where many of Epstein’s sex crimes took place.
But Band told Vanity Fair that Clinton traveled to Epstein’s island in 2003.
“In January 2003, according to Band, Clinton visited Epstein’s private Caribbean island, Little St. James. Band said it was one of the few trips he declined to go on in his time with Clinton. A Clinton spokesperson said the president had never been to the island and provided detailed travelogue entries of the period in question that did not contain a visit,” Vanity Fair exclusively reported.
There is no evidence that either Band or Clinton was involved in any criminal activity.
What may become clear, however, is that Bill Clinton was less than honest in recounting the details of his relationship with Epstein.
The release of these court records should help answer some of those questions.
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