OAN’s Tom McGrath
4:28 PM – Monday, January 8, 2024
The latest edition of the Epstein files levels hefty accusations against more powerful people.
The week kicked off with a new batch of documents from Giuffre v. Maxwell. This time, the files centered around statements made by a confirmed victim of Jeffrey Epstein’s predations.
2016 emails penned by Sarah Ransome alleged that the disgraced late pedophile harbored sex tapes of a number of famous individuals.
Ransome claimed that one of her friends engaged in recorded encounters with Prince Andrew, Donald Trump, Richard Branson and Bill Clinton.
“He (Epstein) made me watch video footage of him interacting with some of the most powerful and influential people in in the world,” she said.
The survivor said Epstein never appeared in any of the videos because he was “clever like that.”
Ransome said her friend tried to come forward with the story but was discredited and defamed.
Furthermore, Ransome said the victim was intimidated into signing a confidentiality agreement by agents of Hillary Clinton in order to protect her 2008 presidential campaign.
However, Ransome subsequently expressed a desire to retract her statements and a 2019 New Yorker article claimed they were invented to bring attention to Epstein’s criminal activities.
Trump advisor Steven Cheung released a statement claiming that the accusations are without merit.
A representative of Virgin Group pointed to The New Yorker piece as proof of Richard Branson’s innocence.
Bill Clinton spokesman Angel Urena has declined to comment on the matter at this time.
Guilty or not, the aforementioned individuals in the Epstein files are only the tip of the iceberg.
Epstein’s client logs have yet to be released to the public.
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