Jeffrey Epstein

‘Panic’ as top prosecutor subpoenas never-released Jeffrey Epstein flight logs: Report

“There is panic among many of the rich and famous” who could be named in these logs, sources say

The U.S. Virgin Islands attorney general is seeking never-before-released flight logs of passengers from seven different aircrafts owned by Jeffrey Epstein.

Citing The Mirror, the New York Post reports that Attorney General Denise George has filed a suit against Epstein’s estate for previously-unreleased flight logs spanning over two decades.

As the report notes, Epstein pilot David Rogers previously released flights logs showing that Prince Andrew and Kevin Spacey traveled on Epstein’s private planes. But logs of flights piloted by Larry Visoski have never been released — and some sources claim powerful figures are afraid of what may be revealed.

“The records that have been subpoenaed will make the ones Rodgers provided look like a Post-it note,” an unidentified legals source told The Mirror.

“There is panic among many of the rich and famous.”

The attorney general is seeking flight logs for four helicopters and three private planes owned by Epstein, dating back to 1998.

She is additionally seeking private notes written by the pilot, any complaints or reports of potentially suspicious conduct, and the list of names of people who “interacted with or observed” Epstein, according to the report.

Epstein, a previously convicted pedophile, was awaiting trial on federal sex trafficking charges when he died of a reported suicide in his jail cell at the Manhattan Correctional Center in August 2019. Epstein’s former girlfriend and close associate Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested in July on multiple federal counts alleging she recruited victims into an alleged sex-trafficking ring.

Maxwell is being held without bail at a federal detention center in Brooklyn. Her case is expected to go to trial in July 2021.

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