Billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein sent $3.5 million to Bill and Hillary Clintons foundation after an underage sex slave probe began, according to secret Swiss bank records leaked by a whistleblower.
As RadarOnline.com has previously reported, Hillary Clinton is reconsidering her 2016 presidential bid because of fears of the embarrassing revelations that could emerge in the coming months about Bill Clintons dealings with Epstein.
Sworn statements from Virginia Roberts the woman who claims she was a teen sex slave forced to have sex with Prince Andrew also includes the allegation that she saw the former president on Epsteins orgy island.
I remember asking Jeffrey, Whats Bill Clinton doing here? kind-of-thing and he laughed it off and said, Well, he owes me a favor he never told me what favors they were,' Roberts told lawyers.
The details of the shocking money transfer are contained in internal bank data that a computer expert took with him when he left HBSC bank in 2007 and recently provided to several news agencies, including Londons Guardian newspaper.
The paper reports that, in addition to the $3.5 million sent to the Clinton foundation from his secret Swiss bank account, Epstein also wired $25,000 to another Clinton charity in July 2006. (Palm Beach Police began their investigation of Epsteins abuse of young girls in March of 2005, according to the police report obtained by Radar.)
The FBI joined the investigation in 2006 amid evidence that dozens of underage girls had been abused by Epstein and his friends, but the billionaire dodged federal prosecution thanks to a sweetheart deal negotiated with the Justice Department by lawyers including Ken Starr, the special counsel who ironically investigated Clintons financial dealings and sex allegations during his presidency.
The FBI probe was halted and its files tightly sealed including all security camera video that might show the sex activities of Epstein and his pals in exchange for his guilty plea to two relatively-minor underage sex charges.
A subsequent lawsuit, challenging that non-prosecution agreement, accuses federal officials of being pressured by powerful men to stop the FBI investigation.