A security expert interviewed by the Daily Mail says that while he was employed by Jeffrey Epstein at his New Mexico property he was told that the Clinton family stayed there several times. Apparently, Epstein built a “cowboy-themed village,” complete with wooden sidewalks and a saloon and sleeping quarters that housed guests. Jared Kellogg was hired to install security cameras around this property. He reported that the ranch manager, Brice Gordon, often bragged about the celebrity sightings at the ranch, including the whole Clinton family.
“My contact was Brice,” Kellogg told the Daily Mail. “Their main concern was that there was no video surveillance on the property at all. I thought this was a simple request, as they wanted surveillance to protect their investment. It’s a huge site.” But according to Kellogg, Gordon offered more information on the guests. “But what was weird was that the whole time I was on site, Brice would be bragging about how the Clintons would visit, the whole family. Not just Bill, but Bill, his wife, their kid, and they would stay on the ranch itself.”
Kellogg also reported that he was heavily supervised and kept out of certain areas while working. “My access was very controlled. During the site walk, it was dictated where I could and couldn’t go. There were certain facilities I wasn’t allowed to go in, which was odd, as they were boarded up, and they looked like they could have big parties in them, but I didn’t think much of it.”
The Daily Mail has photographs of the Wild West replica town.
The Clintons have denied ever being to the New Mexico property owned by the billionaire sex trafficker.
News: President Clinton has issued a statement on Jeffrey Epstein pic.twitter.com/LlTZC8j6pv
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Now that Epstein is dead, found unresponsive under suspicious circumstances while awaiting trial, we may never find out the truth. I wonder where all that camera footage from his many properties is. Did anyone save that, because it seems like it would be useful?
Megan Fox is the author of “Believe Evidence; The Death of Due Process from Salome to #MeToo.” Follow on Twitter @MeganFoxWriter