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    Complete List Of Clinton Associates Who Allegedly Died Mysteriously Or Committed Suicide Before Testimony

    Updated: August 12, 2019 at 12:59 am EST  See Comments

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    The end-point of depravity is not just the suicidal love affair with sin, but the desire to bring others with you to destruction. It’s not just that people choose death for themselves in the passion of sin, but that they become Dr. Kevorkians at the spiritual level, and assist others in eternal self-destruction by approving their sin. You can think of lots of ways this is happening today.

    On Saturday multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein, the highest-profile prisoner in US custody was found dead in his prison cell in Manhattan.

    This occurred the day after two thousand previously sealed court documents involving the Jeffrey Epstein child sex abuse case were released to the public.

    The documents described how Bill Clinton held a private party on Jeffrey Epstein’s pedophile island.

    Clinton made at least 27 times trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s private plane. Most of those flights were with underage girls.

    Despite a previous attempt on his life just three weeks ago, the prison guards skipped the 30 minute required checks on Epstein’s cell last night.

    Early yesterday morning they found him dead.

    Jeffrey Epstein is the latest in a long list of Clinton family associates and acquaintances who died mysteriously or committed suicide before their public testimony.

    In 2016 CBS Las Vegas posted a list of Bill and Hillary Clinton associates alleged to have died under mysterious circumstances.

    Here is that list.

    1- James McDougal – Clintons convicted Whitewater partner died of an apparent heart attack, while in solitary confinement. He was a key witness in Ken Starr’s investigation.

    2 – Mary Mahoney –

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