The Jeffrey Epstein saga has taken yet another unexpected turn with the recent release of the Perry County Sheriff’s report on the death of Mark Middleton, former special adviser to President Bill Clinton. In May 2022, Middleton was found dead at the Heifer Ranch in Perryville, Arkansas, hanging from a tree with a gunshot wound to his chest. The report has now ruled his death a suicide, though there was no sign of the weapon that killed him.
A former Clinton aid with links to Epstein was found hanging from a tree with a gun shot wound to the chest with no weapon found at the scene.
Ruled a 'suicide.'
Can't make this up.https://t.co/1H1SncsA3M
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) February 22, 2023
Middleton had significant connections and had facilitated Epstein’s entry into the White House on several occasions. According to The Daily Mail, Middleton was discovered in a disturbing state, and the publication of the report was delayed due to legal action taken by his family members. The report was authored by Jeremy Lawson, a deputy sheriff from Perry County, who detailed the scene when he arrived at the ranch.
The Daily Mail also discussed Middleton’s links to Epstein, noting that he had signed Epstein into the White House on seven of the 17 times he visited and had flown on Epstein’s jet, nicknamed the ‘Lolita Express’. He had also been working for his family’s HVAC business in Little Rock.
The death of Middleton is one of many mysterious deaths of Clinton’s former associates over the years, including deputy White House counsel Vince Foster. The circumstances surrounding Middleton’s death are still unclear, though the release of the report has provided some insight into what may have happened. It is likely that more information will come to light as the investigation continues.
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