On Thursday night, the second set of documents pertaining to Jeffrey Epstein was released, providing further incriminating details about former President Bill Clinton, a Democrat.
The recent release of unsealed court documents has brought to light Clinton’s alleged attempts to silence Vanity Fair from publishing reports exposing Epstein’s sex trafficking crimes. It is claimed that Clinton personally visited the magazine’s office and issued threats to both the outlet and its staff, urging them not to publish any information regarding his “close associate” Epstein.
Among the documents is an email from Virginia Robert Giuffre, a prominent victim of Epstein and an accuser of Prince Andrew, addressed to Sharon Churcher, a reporter from the Daily Mail. In the email, Giuffre expresses her fear of sharing her experiences with Epstein with Vanity Fair, citing Clinton’s visit to the magazine’s headquarters as the reason for her apprehension.
During this time, Churcher had been assisting Giuffre in securing a book deal while she cooperated with federal authorities in their investigation of Epstein’s secretive and exclusive sex trafficking network.
“When I was doing research into VF yesterday, it does concern me what they could want to write about me considering that B. Clinton walked into VF and threatened them not to write sex-trafficking articles about his good friend J.E.” Giuffre wrote.
“Should I be asking what is this story their writing pertaining to?”