Mark Middleton, the 59-year-old personal advisor to former President Bill Clinton who granted Epstein access to the White House seven times, passed away early this month.
The death of Middleton, a former special advisor to President Clinton, was confirmed by family members on May 7 at the age of 59.
Middleton is largely believed to have contributed to Clinton’s bond with Jeffrey Epstein.
Middleton, who introduced the perv to the president, joins a growing pile of corpses associated with Epstein, who in August 2019 was suspiciously found hanging in his New York jail cell where he was awaiting a sex trafficking trial for allegedly providing a bevy of young girls to powerful politicians and businessmen – rumored to include Prince Andrew.
The others include Epstein’s closest associate Jean-Luc Brunel, the 76-year-old French modeling scout turn pimp who was found hanging inside his Paris, France jail cell; and Clinton/Epstein pal Steve Bing, 55, who allegedly committed suicide by falling from a 27-story Los Angeles building in 2020.
While working as President Clinton’s special advisor under then chief of staff Thomas Mack McCarty in the early 1990s, Middleton reportedly befriended Epstein and invited him to the White House at least seven times.
Now, a forensic expert has cautioned that “foul play” cannot be ruled out in the death of a lady tied to the strange suicide of the ex-presidential aide who introduced Bill Clinton to millionaire Jeffrey Epstein.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
The body of Ashley Haynes was discovered drowned in the Arkansas River with an extension cord bound to her ankle and tethered to a concrete block. This was just months prior to when Clinton moneyman Middleton’s body was found hanging from a tree with an electrical cord of the same type. The cord was cinched around his neck and Middleton had a shotgun blast to his chest. Read more…