Mysterious Name REDACTED From Epstein Files, Appears Next To Other Big Names

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Internet investigators meticulously examining recently disclosed flight logs from Jeffrey Epstein’s personal aircraft have observed that a certain name has inexplicably been censored, prompting a global speculation as to the identity of the individual in question.

The redaction, highlighted by Collin Rugg, co-founder of Trending Politics, indicated that the withheld name appeared alongside well-known individuals identified by a witness, such as former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, billionaire hedge fund manager Glenn Dubin, Prince Andrew, model scout Jean-Luc Brunel, and computer scientist Marvin Minsky.

During her testimony, a survivor of Epstein and his accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell underlined the challenge of speaking out and identifying these persons.

“Can you remember anything else about them?” inquired one investigator.

“Look, I’ve given you what I know right now. I’m sorry. This is very hard for me and very frustrating to have to go over this,” expressed Jane Doe. “I don’t — I don’t recall all of the people. There was a large amount of people that I was sent to.”

Trending Politics further noted that “While the association with Epstein in the flight logs does not indicate wrongdoing by all individuals who are named, the judge who ordered the release of the documents afforded each individual a window of several weeks to petition for the redaction of his or her name. Who lodged the objections, however, will remain a secret.”

The suit, originally brought by Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre, was brought in 2015 after an attorney for Maxwell stated her claims about the abuse at the hands of Epstein and Maxwell were “obvious lies.” U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska established procedures in the case that allowed for each Jane Doe and named individual to object to the entire release of the flight logs; among those who did not object was former President Bill Clinton who has been identified in more than 50 documents and was identified by a witness as someone whom Epstein said likes “them young,” referring to the women.

Maxwell is currently serving a 20-year sentence for grooming hundreds of underage girls for Epstein’s perverted pleasures, along the way forcing them to sexually service powerful men who traveled with Epstein to his private island. At the height of his power, the philanthropist was granted authority to help craft sex offender laws in the Virgin Islands, making it easier for him to travel with underage women on his private jet.

Former President Bill Clinton was listed in recently revealed court documents pertaining to a civil case involving the sexual offenses perpetrated by pedophile tycoon Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.

Clinton’s name is mentioned multiple times in the extensive collection of documents that were made public on Wednesday.

During a deposition, Johanna Sjoberg, who claims to be a victim of Epstein, said that Epstein had discussed Clinton with her.

Court records have her saying, “He said one time that Clinton likes them young, referring to girls.”

According to the website The Messenger, “A Clinton Foundation spokesperson referred The Messenger to a 2019 statement that said the former president “knew nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to… or those with which he has recently been charged. Clinton also said he had not spoken with Epstein in “well over a decade.””

The new court records that name Clinton were unsealed in a since-settled civil suit brought against Maxwell by longtime accuser Virginia Giuffre.

More than 150 people were named in the documents — including Epstein’s former associates and journalists who covered the story.

Clinton has long been tied to Epstein and was reportedly photographed receiving a massage from one of the sex offender’s victims while on a humanitarian trip to Africa in September 2002.

Flight logs entered into evidence by prosecutors at Maxwell’s criminal trial in 2021 also showed the former president flew on Epstein’s private jets — including his luxury Boeing 727 dubbed the “Lolita Express” — at least nine separate times.

They were made public after the Miami Herald newspaper filed motions in the suit in 2018 to unseal a trance of court records, which was granted by a federal appeals court.

According to recently revealed records from the lawsuit in 2020, Giuffre claimed that Clinton had visited Epstein’s exclusive Caribbean island, which is referred to as “Little Saint James,” in 2011.

While being deposed, Giuffre did not make any accusations of misconduct against Clinton.

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