If the new documents released on the Jeffrey Epstein case is any indication, there may be sex tapes involving some of the world’s most powerful figures who were associated with the deceased convicted pedoph*le.
According to another batch of court documents revealed Monday, a Jeffrey Epstein accuser said major political figures had “sexual relations” with one of her anonymous friends at the late pedophile’s New York residence “on regular occasions.”
Sarah Ransome claimed in a series of emails in 2016 that she possessed copies of videos Epstein had made of several of his high-profile associates supposedly having sex with an unknown lady, including former President Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and British business mogul Richard Branson.
However, despite the revelation making major U.S. headlines, Ransome’s testimony has been flagged as containing gratuitous hearsay.
Sarah Fields, Director of Advocacy for the Texas Freedom Coalition, obtained court documents that shoot holes in Ransome’s version of events.
Breaking- After a document drop today, MSM is now trying to spread misinformation with headlines that implicate Trump. Much of the headlines are omitting pertinent information regarding these files. Doe 43 aka. Sarah Ransom’s emails are considered hearsay and her statements were… pic.twitter.com/CScPBZVj6E
— Sarah Fields (@SarahisCensored) January 8, 2024
“After a document drop today, MSM is now trying to spread misinformation with headlines that implicate Trump,” Fields noted.
“Much of the headlines are omitting pertinent information regarding these files. Doe 43 aka. Sarah Ransom’s emails are considered hearsay and her statements were retracted.
“Sarah’s statements were not even regarding her own experience, but are about stories she heard from a friend.”
“This is not sworn testimony and much of what Doe 43 claimed previously was proven false,” she added.
“These files were only released in the interest of transparency.”
As the court documents from Emery Celli, Brinckerhoff & Abady show, “[emails] are a necessary antidote to Ms. Ransome’s deposition misstatements because they demonstrate that she manifestly lacks credibility.”
The legal document, signed by Attorney Andrew Celli, then cites a number of examples.
The legal letter adds other examples that go to Ransome’s credibility — or argued lack thereof.
Furthermore, Ransome admitted in a New Yorker article in 2019 that she “invented the tapes to draw attention to Epstein’s behavior.”
However, interestingly, Ransome is not the only person in Epstein’s orbit to have made the salacious accusation.
Ghislaine Maxwell herself insinuated the same thing.
“Ghislaine Maxwell reportedly admitted Jeffrey Epstein had “secret tapes of Bill Clinton” but she didn’t know where they were,” the Sun reported in 2021.
The accusation ties into a book by Ira Rosen, who in “Ticking Clock: Behind the Scenes at 60 Minutes,” which allegedly contains the Maxwell’s confirmation.’
The Sun retells the pertinent passage:
Ghislaine – who is facing up to 35 years in prison on sex-trafficking charges and is awaiting judgment in Manhattan federal court – spoke with Rosen prior to the 2016 presidential election, the news outlet reported.
Before asking Maxwell to “ask Epstein” about the tapes, she allegedly replied: “I don’t know where they are.”
The Daily Mail, however, adds a potential explanation about the reason the sex tapes never saw the light of day and a bit of intrigue about why Jeffrey Epstein is reported to have ‘killed himself’ in prison.
As Rosen remarked, “Maxwell didn’t want Trump elected, but said that Hillary Clinton was comfortably ahead and there was no need for the story to come out.”
Unlike Jeffrey Epstein himself, the scurrilous accusations about Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and other powerful elites, is a story that just won’t die.