After the FBI joined his sex trade investigation, Epstein donated 3.5 million to the Clinton Foundation. Due to a deal struck with Ken Starr afterwards (note another Prosecutor who was in charge of other Clinton investigations that died suddenly) the FBI probe was stopped and video evidence of Epstein and his “friends” were sealed.
Virginia Roberts saw Bill after the donation was made and asked what he was doing there. Epstein replied “Well, he owes me a favor”.
The guy that died just before testifying was one John Ashe, who was about to testify as to her involvement with Ng Lap.. this is where the coverup for girls being bought and “sold” might lie.
The comments of Patrick Knowlton, a grand jury witness who had been at the park where Foster’s body was found, were included as part of Starr’s Report over Starr’s objection. Judge John D. Butzner wrote to Judges Peter Fay and David Sentelle after Knowlton submitted a motion that his comments be included as part of an appendix to the final report, “I suspect that if we deny this motion we will be charged as conspirators in the cover-up,” and concluded “I suggest we let the motion and attachments speak for themselves.” Judge Peter Fay wrote that Knowlton contradicted “specific factual matters and takes issue with the very basics of the report” filed by Kenneth Starr. Knowlton’s comments were ordered included as part of the official report on September 26, 1997. Two days later, Kenneth Starr filed a 9-page motion to appeal that the comments by Knowlton not be included in the report. The next day, Starr’s motion was denied and Knowlton’s comments were included as part of the final official Report on the Death of Vincent W. Foster.