Whistleblower Who Placed Bill Clinton at Epstein’s Pedo Island Now Cooperating with Ghislane Maxwell Investigation
A longtime Bill Clinton aide who came forward with shocking claims that the former President had visited Jeffrey Epstein’s infamous “pedophile island” in the early 2000’s, is now cooperating with federal authorities who continue to investigate Ghislane Maxwell during her ongoing sex trafficking trial, Big League Politics has learned.
In recent weeks, Doug Band has spoken to two criminal investigators working on the Southern District of New York’s prosecution of Maxwell.
Doug Band was the third witness to specifically allege that Clinton had visited the island of Little Saint James, and the first personally connected to the powerful Democrat. Two other witnesses have alleged seeing Clinton on Epstein’s island, including one Epstein trafficking victim and a handyman who was employed by the pedophile oligarch on the island. Band asserted in an interview with Vanity Fair that Clinton visited the infamous sex trafficking island in January of 2003, shortly after a “charitable” trip to Africa with Epstein.
Band started working in the Clinton White House in 1995, only leaving the neoliberal dynasty’s orbit in 2012. It’s possible that the SDNY investigators may have asked Band about Clinton’s personal connections with Epstein and his international pedophile ring, although Clinton had a relationship with Maxwell that lasted for decades- even after Jeffrey Epstein’s 2008 solicitation of underage prostitution conviction.
Maxwell’s upcoming sex crimes trial may prove to further enlighten Epstein’s sex trafficking operation, serving as the trial that the mysteriously deceased Democrat megadonor never had. Clinton has strenuously denied ever visiting Little Saint James, even as three different credible witnesses with personal connections to either himself or Epstein say he traveled there.