A prosecutor involved with the case of Bill Clinton's pedophile pal, Jeffrey Epstein, donated money to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Two alleged teen sex abuse victims are suing the United States government after claiming they were not alerted by the feds about a sweetheart plea deal for Epstein. He pleaded guilty to minimal charges in the Florida criminal case, and only served 13 months in prison.
Among the depositions being sought is that of Matt Menchel, who formerly served as the Chief Justice of the Criminal Division of the United States Atttorney's office in Miami.
According to FEC election filings, Menchel, now in private practice in South Florida, contributed $1000 to Hillary Clinton's failed bid for president in 2008. In 2011, he also contributed $2500 to the campaign of Democratic Florida Senator Bill Nelson, a Clinton supporter.
But the feds are doing whatever they can to keep him from getting grilled about what he knows.
Court documents recently filed by the U.S. Government state, "Petitioners' motion to depose government witnesses should be denied. They have no right to conduct such depositions, and they have already engaged in extensive and more-than sufficient discovery through the use of requests for production and requests for admissions."
As Radar reported, the Clintons found themselves caught in Epstein's sordid web of deception. Former U.S. President Bill, 69, once traveled to Africa on Epstein's plane, among at least ten other trips, and was publicly associated with the billionaire before cutting ties with him after Epstein's 2008 arrest.
In exchange for the sweetheart plea deal, federal prosecutors promised they would "not institute any criminal charges against any potential co-conspirators of Epstein," the confidential plea agreement obtained by Radar revealed.