The saga of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein took a strange turn.
Now everyone is asking one question.
And Bill Clinton is wondering what is going on after this Jeffrey Epstein verdict.
Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madame, was convicted by a jury on Wednesday on five of the six sex trafficking crimes levied against her.
With Jeffrey Epstein deceased, many viewed the Maxwell trial as the last chance for the victims to receive justice and to expose the full truth of the crimes committed by both Epstein and the powerful men who traveled and partied with him over the years.
Former President Bill Clinton was one of the biggest names associated with Jeffrey Epstein, as he frequently traveled with Epstein and provided false statements about when and how the two first met.
There are still many questions about the full extent of Bill Clinton’s – as well other well-known names such as British Royal Family member Prince Andrew’s – relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.
During an interview with Fox News Channel’s The Five, former Republican Congressman Jason Chaffetz stated that he believed there was no chance the crimes involving underage girls began and ended with Maxwell and Epstein.
“I hope these victims have at least a sense of some justice, but I have to tell you, there are a lot of people who have been watching from the sideline who do believe that it wasn’t just her,” Chaffetz began. “And it wasn’t just Jeffrey Epstein. There were a whole horde of people that were taking advantage of these young women. Those people need to be prosecuted.”
Chaffetz continued by expressing his hope that Maxwell’s conviction was not the end of the story.
“They should be shaking in their boots right now knowing that the federal government is going to come get them and prosecute them,” he added. “If this is the end of the case, I think a lot of us will be very disappointed that they fell far short of those that should be prosecuted,” Chaffetz added.
There may be one last chance to get to the bottom of this scandal.
Maxwell is facing several decades in prison following the jury’s verdict.
And many are hopeful that Maxwell offers to cooperate and provide evidence and testimony against some of the Epstein associates that partook in the criminal activity in exchange for a lesser sentence.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.