“There is panic among many of the rich and famous.”
Rich associates of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein are about to receive some (or more) unwanted attention, after the Attorney General for the US Virgin Islands, Denise George, subpoenaed the logs for every single flight made by Epstein’s four helicopters and three planes between 1998 and his death in 2019, according to The Mirror.
Epstein’s estate was named in a lawsuit filed by George which alleges 22 counts of illegal activity – including rape, child abuse, neglect, human trafficking, forced labor and prostitution.
George is also seeking any “complaints or reports of potentially suspicious conduct,” along with any personal notes made by Epstein’s longtime pilots – and the contact information for anyone who worked for them and may have “interacted with or observed” Jeffrey Epstein or any passengers.
In 2009, pilot David Rogers provided logs revealing that Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Kevin Spacey, Naomi Campbell and others were among Epstein’s high-profile passengers.
A separate set of logs exist, however, from chief pilot Larry Visoski, Epstein’s pilot of 25 years.
According to a legal source who spoke with the Mirror, “The records that have been subpoenaed will make the ones Rodgers provided look like a Post-It note,” adding “There is panic among many of the rich and famous.”
According to the subpoena, Jet Aviation Holdings USA Inc. must hand over the documents within 30 days of being served, which reportedly happened on September 3rd.