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REPORT: Clinton to be Unmasked in Epstein Court Documents

A new report from the New York Post indicated that former President Bill Clinton will be unmasked in the new Epstein court document report.

The former president, according to The Post, is “John Doe 36,” and is mentioned 50 times in documents related to the 2015 lawsuit from Epstein’s accuser Virginia Giuffre.

However, the former president is not expected to be linked to any illegal activity.

The Post report adds:

Many of the references to Clinton are believed to stem from Giuffre’s attempts to compel the former president to testify against the late sex offender and his former paramour and co-conspirator, Ghislaine Maxwell.

Other Clinton mentions are expected to be related to attempts from both Maxwell and Giuffre to make Epstein come clean in 2016 after he repeatedly invoked his Fifth Amendment rights during a deposition in that lawsuit.

The names of more than 170 people — known only as John and Jane Does previously — with ties to Epstein are expected to be revealed in the documents after Manhattan federal Judge Loretta Preska ruled just before Christmas they would be unsealed in the new year.

Because of the New Year’s Day holiday, the documents are expected to be released beginning on Jan. 2.

Other people who will be revealed are expected to be implicated, we will just have to wait and see who.

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