PERRY COUNTY, AR – The investigation into the purported suicide of Mark Middleton, a former advisor to President Bill Clinton with ties to late sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, has been announced as having been officially reopened.
Middleton was discovered on May 7 hanging by the neck from a tree by an extension cord with a shotgun wound through his chest cavity on a 1,100-acre farm just outside Perryville, Arkansas; he was 59 years old at the time of his death.
Middleton had worked in the Clinton Administration as a special advisor to the president in the 1990s, in addition to serving as a finance director on Clinton’s campaign. Reportedly, Middleton was the individual responsible for building a relationship between Clinton and Jeffrey Epstein, and granted White House access to the convicted sex trafficker at least seven times during his tenure.
Epstein, a disgraced U.S. financier and convicted sex offender who committed suicide in 2019 in a Manhattan jail while awaiting federal sex-trafficking charges involving minors, was alleged to have been extensively involved in the sexual exploitation of women and underage girls.
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While Middleton’s bizarre death had initially been declared a suicide, a Freedom of Information request recently filed by RadarOnline.com against the Perry County Sheriff’s Office revealed that the investigation has been reopened and is currently an “active investigation.” Likewise, due to the case’s status, the Perry County Coroner is also not releasing details in regards to Middleton’s death.
Middleton’s family had filed a lawsuit on May 23 against the Perry County Sheriff in order to suppress the public release of the suicide’s report and crime scene photos.
The alleged suicide of Middleton sparked intense speculation into his relationship with Clinton and Epstein. Epstein – who is said to have provided underage girls for sex to many high-powered individuals in Hollywood and politics – also died under unusual circumstances.
According to Clinton’s official White House flight logs when he was president, he had personally visited Little Saint James – a small private island in the United States Virgin Islands that was owned by Epstein – between 1993 and 1995 a total of at least 17 times, despite personally maintaining otherwise. The island acquired nicknames such as “Island of Sin” and “Pedophile Island,” as it was alleged sexual abuse of minors occurred there.