Epstein’s Flight Logs To Be Unsealed
Newly resurfaced flight logs have revealed that former Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump were among the prominent passengers who had flown on Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet, dubbed the “Lolita Express.” The logs, which were publicly available since December 2021, were brought back into light on the eve of the expected release of hundreds of names associated with Epstein’s sex-trafficking ring.
According to the logs, Clinton and Trump were frequent fliers on Epstein’s private plane, with the 42nd and 45th presidents appearing repeatedly on the 118-page list. Their names were joined by other high-profile figures including lawyer Alan Dershowitz, former US Senator George Mitchell, and disgraced Prince Andrew.
Although the flight logs do not mention any visits to Epstein’s private Caribbean island, which was known to be the epicenter of his international sex-trafficking operation, Trump and Epstein were known associates at the time and were often seen together at formal events.
Clinton, on the other hand, was a more frequent passenger on the jet, taking at least nine trips to places such as Paris, Bangkok, and Brunei. He was also photographed on the jet on multiple occasions and had Epstein as a guest at the White House on at least 17 occasions during his presidency. However, Clinton has denied any ties to Epstein’s illegal activities.
The release of the flight logs adds fuel to the already controversial relationship between Epstein and the two former presidents. Trump and Epstein were known to have had a close relationship at one point, with Trump once stating in an interview that Epstein was a “terrific guy.”
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Clinton, too, had maintained a friendly relationship with Epstein, with the latter even making a surprise appearance at Clinton’s 1996 birthday party in the Hamptons. However, Clinton has since distanced himself from Epstein and his actions.
Among the long list of individuals who may be identified in the upcoming court documents, Clinton is also expected to be mentioned as “John Doe 36” more than 50 times. The documents are part of a 2015 lawsuit filed by Epstein’s accuser Virginia Giuffre, and are set to be released as early as Tuesday.
In addition to names of high-profile figures, the documents are also expected to include the names of people who were associated with Epstein, either through his inner circle or through his various properties and businesses. Accusers and alleged victims are also expected to be named, along with individuals who worked for Epstein and may have assisted in his crimes.
The anticipation surrounding the new revelations has sent shockwaves through the public and has reignited the call for justice for Epstein’s victims. Many are eagerly waiting to see if any new evidence will be uncovered that could potentially lead to further investigations and prosecutions.
Epstein, who was arrested in 2019 on federal sex trafficking charges, committed suicide in his New York City jail cell. Since then, his close associate and alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell has been arrested and is currently facing charges for sex trafficking of a minor. The release of the flight logs and the impending court documents has brought renewed attention to the case and the controversial figures involved.
As the release of the court documents approaches, the public is left to wonder what other shocking revelations may come to light. With the names of former presidents, high-profile figures, and potential co-conspirators being released, the fallout from Epstein’s sex trafficking ring is far from over.