Pedophiles Panic As New Epstein Flight Logs Set To Be Revealed

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Jeffrey Epstein's flight logs on all his aircraft, including his 'Lolita Express' jet, have been subpoenaed by the Attorney General in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

The U.S. Virgin Islands specifically Little St. James is where the billionaire pedophile had his island home one of several places he would frequent.

The U.S. Virgin Islands has demanded to see all flight logs of Epstein's four helicopters and three planes spanning from 1998 until his untimely mysterious death last year, one day after a cache of documents was unsealed in a federal civil case in New York.

Previous documents named numerous powerful men involved with Epstein’s pedophile trafficking. A few of those men alleged by Virginia Giuffre included – Bill Richardson, George Mitchell, Britain’s Prince Andrew, Hedge Fund manager Glenn Dubin, American scientist Marvin Minsky, “another prince,” “a large hotel chain owner,” Stephen Kauffman, and MC2 agency model scout Jean Luc Brunell. All have denied the claims.

That list of men may soon expand to be an even larger list of potential accomplices and offenders.

Attorney General Denise George filed a lawsuit against Epstein's estate alleging 22 accounts including human trafficking, aggravated rape, child abuse, neglect, forced labor, and prostitution, The Mirror reported.

George is also requesting to see any 'complaints or reports of potentially suspicious conduct' as well as personal notes made by the pilots.

The subpoena expands to include the names and details of anyone who worked for Epstein's pilots, interacted with Epstein, and any passengers who traveled with the billionaire deceased pedophile. Pilot David Rodgers has previously revealed logs from 2009 which showed Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, Kevin Spacey and Naomi Campbell were among those who flew on his jet.

Rodgers previously testified that he flew Ghislaine Maxwell and Virginia Giuffre at least 23 times on Epstein’s jet, the “Lolita Express” and that “GM” on the flight logs stands for Ghislaine Maxwell.

A second Epstein pilot, chief pilot Larry Visoski, 54, admitted he knew minors were being flown on his boss’s plane but said he never suspected him of having sex with them. Thus far the flight logs for Visoki have not been revealed. Although, investigators last year told the New York Times that Visoski, Epstein’s chief pilot who chartered the "Lolita Express," was cooperating with authorities. However, there is no public knowledge of flight logs released by Visoki and that report did not say whether they had received his aviation logs.

Maxwell is also known to have acquired her helicopter flying license to fly anyone she wanted to the island going all the way back to the 1990s according to Vanity Fair.

But Maxwell isn't the only Epstein associate known to have had a pilot's license. Nadia Marcinko, an alleged accomplice of Epstein, holds three rating certificates: for single-engine aircraft, multi-engine aircraft, and various Gulfstream business jets.

A source told the Dailymail that the coming release will send shockwaves of fear throughout Epstein's network of pedophiles.

"The records that have been subpoenaed will make the ones Rodgers provided look like a Post-It note," the source said. Adding, "there is panic among many of the rich and famous."

Epstein's Butler or manager for Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion during 2004 and 2005, Alfredo Rodriguez, previously testified a few different times about what he knew and circled and wrote notes inside Epstein’s black book. That black book was recovered by authorities as part of a sting operation with an undercover FBI agent, who acted as an associate of a cooperating witness when  Rodriguez was trying to sell the book. Rodriguez was charged with obstructing justice and sentenced to 18 months in prison, more time than Epstein spent combined with both prison sentences.

Last year before Epstein was found dead in his cell in suspicious circumstances, all the pilots who flew Epstein’s celebrity friends around the world were previously subpoenaed by Federal prosecutors.

Maxwell is awaiting trial in the U.S. which is set to take place next year, after being charged with procuring teenage girls for Epstein to abuse. Maxwell denies any involvement in the abuse alleged. There have been rumors that Maxwell isn't the only one being investigated and more of Epstein's pals may soon face the music with arrests and charges, as Anewspost previously reported.

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Alex Baldridge is an activist and freelance journalist from the midwestern United States who was inspired to become a writer after watching the development of the Wikileaks story and the persecution of Julian Assange. Alex is especially interested in topics like surveillance, the rise of automation, foreign policy, prison reform, and the legal system.