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Epstein Victim: Ranch Where Clintons Stayed Had Giant Computer Rooms to Spy on Guests

Conchita said Clinton refused her request for an interview

 on 26th November 2021 @ 4.00pm
sarnoff told shannon bream that bill clinton flew on the lolita express a total of 27 times © press
Sarnoff told Shannon Bream that Bill Clinton flew on the Lolita Express a total of 27 times

Investigative reporter Conchita Sarnoff discussed the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein in an interview with Shannon Bream in 2019.

Sarnoff is the author of “Trafficking,” a book on the Jeffrey Epstein case.

Sarnoff told Shannon Bream that Bill Clinton flew on Epstein's Lolita Express private jet a total of 27 times.

Almost every time Clinton was on the plane, Sarnoff said there were underage girls.

Conchita said Clinton refused her request for an interview.

 almost every time clinton   s name is on the pilot log  there are underage girls © press
'Almost every time Clinton’s name is on the pilot log, there are underage girls'

Conchita Sarnoff:

"I know from the pilot logs. And these were pilot logs that were written by different pilots at different times, that Clinton went, he was a guest of Epstein 27 times.

"Many times Clinton had his Secret Service with him and many he did not."

"Almost every time Clinton’s name is on the pilot log, there are underage girls."

She also claimed Clinton was lying about his limited contact with Jeffrey Epstein.


According to a Daily Mail report, Hillary Clinton accompanied Bill to Epstein’s ranch in the New Mexico desert several times.

she also claimed clinton was lying bout his limited contact with jeffrey epstein © press
She also claimed Clinton was lying bout his limited contact with Jeffrey Epstein

But a former victim claims the New Mexico ranch had computer rooms the "size of houses" to spy on the guests.

As The Daily advent reported:

JEFFREY Epstein’s notorious Zorro Ranch had three computer rooms “the size of houses” to spy on famous guests, including Prince Andrew, one of the pedophile’s victims has claimed.

Former employee Maria Farmer alleges footage would include the Duke of York’s alleged seven-day stay at Epstein’s 33,339 square foot desert estate in New Mexico in 2000.

Epstein reportedly had the warped idea of using the ranch for inseminating women with his sperm with the aim of creating a ‘master race.’

Local radio station owner Eddy Aragon has obtained architect plans, which date back to 1998, five years after Epstein purchased the property.

The plans, obtained by The Sun, reveal a huge underground floor, around 8,000 sq ft in size, which includes exercise, massage, and jacuzzi rooms, later transformed into a pool area.

They also show three unusually large “mechanical rooms” on this lower floor.

Farmer claims the rooms, usually for a boiler and electrics, were packed with Epstein and alleged accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell’s computers and video equipment for his spying network.

As Neon Nettle reported last year:

Records show Clinton dined with the financier in 1995, years before what was alleged in his statement from his office earlier this week.

The statement denounced the billionaire hedge fund manager following his indictment for alleged sex trafficking crimes.

Clinton denied any knowledge of the "terrible crimes" the major Clinton donor is accused of.

But a story published back in March 1995 by the Palm Beach Post, Clinton attended a “three-hour dinner” with “very select group of people” at the Palm Beach home of business magnate Ron Perelman, according to reports from Fox News.

The group included:

  • Epstein
  • Singer Jimmy Buffet
  • Actor Don Johnson
  • Don Fowler ( co-chairman of the Democratic National Committee)

“Joining Clinton for a three-hour dinner was a very select group of people, some of whom, according to one Democratic Party source, gave as much as $100,000 to the Democratic National Committee for the privilege of dining with the president,” the report said.

More recently, Epstein reportedly stated that he was "not suicidal" and "never would be" just days before his death.

Documents obtained by the New York Times and give a new insight into his final days.

The Times based its report on more than 2,000 pages of records it obtained in a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Prisons after the bureau denied a FOIA request on Epstein's time at the Metropolitan Correctional Center.

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