Bill Clinton and controversy go hand-in-hand.
But one story continues to haunt the former President.
And now criminal charges in this suspicious death have Bill Clinton sweating bullets.
Federal prosecutors charged two prison guards who were tasked with keeping watch over Jeffrey Epstein with falsifying records to claim they checked Epstein’s prison cell when they never did on the night of his death.
The official story still remains Epstein killed himself in his Manhattan jail cell, but few Americans believe that.
The fishy circumstances surrounding his death, and the unbelievable nature of the official story, see to that.
Two prison guards at the New York federal jail where wealthy serial sex offender Jeffrey Epstein allegedly died by suicide in August repeatedly falsified official logs to show they made cell checks they never did, according to a six-count felony indictment returned Tuesday.
The indictment also accused them of apparently sleeping on the job and casually surfing the Internet in the hours before Epstein’s body was found,
Tova Noel, 31, faces five charges of making false entries in official records, while Michael Thomas, 46, faces three counts of falsifying records. Each was also charged with one count of conspiracy.
The sudden death of Epstein, 66, a wealthy financier and registered sex offender facing a new round of sex trafficking charges at the time of his demise, prompted widespread suspicion fueled by his long history of association with other prominent men in politics, academia and business. A pathologist hired by Epstein’s brother further fanned the flames by declaring that neck fractures seen during the autopsy were more consistent with homicide than suicide.
Clinton is closely linked to Epstein through the multiple times Clinton traveled on Epstein’s private plane as well as the provable lies Clinton told about when and where he met Epstein as well as how long they have known each other.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.