Epstein's lawyer tried whitewashing Bill Clinton's trips to 'pedo island'

A source claims there were fears 'the link between Epstein and Clinton and in particular the island could be used against Hillary' in the 2016 presidential race


                            Epstein's lawyer tried whitewashing Bill Clinton's trips to 'pedo island'
Hillary and Bill Clinton (L) are known to have had ties with Jeffrey Epstein (R) (Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images, Florida Dept of Law Enforcement)

Late pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein's lawyers reportedly tried their best to whitewash his links to former President Bill Clinton when his wife ran for the White House in 2016.

Two former employees of Epstein — who later died in a Manhattan jail cell under mysterious circumstances in 2019 — were allegedly contacted by the financier's lawyer in the days leading up to the presidential election as Hillary Clinton faced off against future President Donald Trump. Darren Indyke, who was Epstein's lawyer for over two decades, contacted Miles and Cathy Alexander, who were the residential managers of Epstein's private Caribbean island Little St James. The duo was later presented with a sworn affidavit saying they had never seen Bill Clinton at the so-called "pedo island," the Daily Mail reported.

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Indyke looked after several of Epstein's businesses and charitable foundations, and was acting as executor of his estate. Miles Alexander was allegedly asked to meet Indyke in 2006 and hand over all the arrival and departure records for Little St. James. A source close to the Alexanders told the Daily Mail how Indyke reached out to them again in 2016, asking them to "confirm" that the former President had never visited during their tenure and they were not aware of him having been a guest during any absences from the island, for example for holidays." The source explained that there were fears "the link between Epstein and Clinton and in particular the island could be used against Hillary" in the presidential race.

 (L to R) Husband and former president Bill Clinton, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)

According to the Daily Mail, Clinton's alleged visits to the island could be re-examined this year after Prince Andrew lost his attempt to throw out a civil sex assault action brought against him by one of Epstein's former "sex slaves" Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who has alleged that she was sexually abused multiple times by the Duke of York on the island, where she also met Clinton in the company of two "young girls." It's worth noting that both Andrew and Clinton have vehemently denied Giuffre's claims.

Furthermore, Indyke is facing a civil complaint in the US Virgin Islands over allegations he and Epstein's co-executor Richard Kahn were "indispensable captains" of his multi-level sex trafficking ring. The complaint reportedly also accuses them of helping the late financier in three sham marriages and flying victims to his island prior to 2017. Meanwhile, the lawyer has also been named as a defendant in at least 30 lawsuits filed by women against Epstein's estate in his capacity as an administrator.



 

Clinton has denied having any knowledge of Epstein's crimes or ever visiting Little St. James. According to the Daily Mail, official visitor logs from his first presidential term suggest the hedge fund honcho — who heavily donated to the Democrats — visited the White House at least 17 times between 1993 and 1995. Meanwhile, there were no fewer than 21 phone numbers for Clinton in Epstein's notorious "little black book" of contacts, alongside several email addresses.

It previously emerged how a bizarre portrait of the president wearing a blue cocktail gown and donning red high heels hung in the late pedophile's lavish Manhattan townhouse. Furthermore, Clinton appears as a passenger on flight logs for Epstein's private aircraft fleet a total of 26 times between February 2002 and November 2003.



 

David Rogers, one of Epstein's pilots, gave a deposition in 2016 as part of Giuffre's defamation case against Maxwell, claiming he had flown Clinton and Andrew on at least two separate occasions. The pilot added that in February 2002, he flew Clinton, Epstein, Maxwell, and 'Prince Andrew' from Miami to New York on board the financier's infamous "Lolita Express." He added, "I have a picture of me and the crew with Bill Clinton on the plane. To the best of my knowledge, it was the first time that we had flown him." Rogers also alleged that he flew Epstein, Maxwell, Clinton and Andrew in a July 2002 trip from Morocco to New York.

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