According to a lengthy report in The Daily Mail, former United States President Bill Clinton visited Jeffery Epstein’s island (notoriously referred to as “Pedophile Island”) 21 times, and Epstein’s attorney asked the couple who managed the island to sign an affidavit stating Clinton had never been there.
The alleged request for an affidavit providing cover for the Clintons came from Epstein’s attorney, Darren Indyke. He allegedly requested Miles and Cathy Alexander, managers of Epstein’s private island (Saint James) between 1999 and 2007, to sign the affidavit in 2016.
Allegedly, Indyke made the request out of fear news of Bill Clinton’s presence on the island would break and negatively impact the Hillary Clinton-for-president campaign.
According to a Daily Mail source, Indyke asked the Alexanders to swear they had never seen Bill Clinton on the island and that he had not visited the island when they were not there.
Epstein was charged with multiple counts of sex trafficking and the abuse of minors. In August of 2019, Epstein died under mysterious conditions in prison while awaiting his trial.
Last month, a jury found Epstein’s confidant and partner, Ghislaine Maxwell, guilty of five counts of sex trafficking. The judge has not yet set a date for sentencing.
One of Epstein’s victims, Virginia Roberts (now Guiffre), claims Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew participated in sexual activities on the island.
Last week, New York Judge Lewis Kaplan rejected Andrew’s bid to have Guiffre’s sexual assault case dismissed. That case is likely to move forward in the fall of 2022 and could have implications for Bill Clinton.
According to the Daily Mail’s source, Indyke summoned island manager Mike Alexander to a meeting on St. Thomas Island and ordered Alexander to bring all visitor logs. The logs were reportedly turned over to Indyke and never seen again.
However, other evidence incriminating Clinton exists.
Though Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew deny allegations of wrongdoing, a “little black book,” discovered in an FBI raid, “contained several email addresses and no fewer than 21 telephone numbers for Clinton,” according to the Daily Mail.
Additionally, from 2002 to 2003, Clinton was listed as a passenger on the Epstein private plane “at least 26 times.”
In a deposition in 2016, Epstein pilot David Rodgers Records stated that Andrew and Bill Clinton flew together on Epstein’s plane twice in 2002.
Indyke is also facing charges. The U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General has lodged a civil complaint noting Indyke was one of two “indispensable captains” of Epstein’s illicit sex trafficking enterprise.
Indyke is also named as a defendant in 30 lawsuits filed by women associated with Epstein’s estate.
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