In the recently released emails between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, obtained by Judicial Watch, I was struck by this text, which quoted the Clinton campaign: “On its website, the Clinton campaign says: ‘Why did Clinton decide not to keep her personal emails? As Clinton has said before, these were private, personal messages, including emails about her daughter’s wedding plans, her mother’s funeral services and condolence notes, as well as emails on family vacations, yoga routines, and other items one would typically find in their own email account, such as offers from retailers, spam, etc.'”
That’s interesting, because Ghislaine Maxwell attended Chelsea Clinton’s wedding on July 31, 2010.
On March 16, 2016, Ghislaine Maxwell was ordered to turn over any correspondence between her and Jeffrey Epstein. This was from discovery in a lawsuit brought by Virginia Roberts Giuffre. Later in 2017, Giuffre and Maxwell settled the lawsuit. These emails and other documents were sealed. Alan Dershowitz, Mike Cernovich, Miami Herald and others tried to get part or all of these documents released at different times. Excerpt is from:
Some documents were later released, but Judge Loretta Preska ruled on January 14, 2020 that the emails must remain sealed.
In addition to the July 31, 2010 wedding of Chelsea Clinton that Ghislaine attended, there are some other events which Hillary could have discussed with Ghislaine that could be included in emails Epstein was copied on or something.
In 2009, Chelsea Clinton vacationed with Ghislaine Maxwell on a yacht. The Clinton campaign mentioned “family vacations” and Chelsea’s wedding as a reason to delete emails.
On September 22, 2009, Ghislaine Maxwell was served with a subpoena as she was leaving a Clinton Global Initiative’s conference. This subpoena was from Bradley Edwards, attorney for some of Jeff Epstein’s victims. Ghislaine left the country and said she wasn’t coming back. Then she did. For Chelsea’s wedding. Seems like the kind of thing they might discuss. You know, hiding from subpoenas and the press, etc. Screenshot from an Daily Mail article.