Federal Judge Orders Epstein Flight Logs Unsealed In ‘Madam’ Case

In a move that could mean serious trouble for a whole lot of democrats, a Manhattan federal judge has ordered that the “lotlia Express” flight logs to Jeffrey Epstein’s island be unsealed in the case pending against Ghislaine Maxwell.


Maxwell, the alleged madam of the convicted pedophile, skirted arrest while certain a ‘resistance’ member of the DOJ was in position, but after one man was fired, Maxwell was indicted and taken into custody.

Many experts argue her trial could seriously implicate some top democrats.

Breitbart News compiled information concerning the ruling:

Reuters reports:

Over Maxwell’s objections, U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska in Manhattan said the presumption the public has a right to access large portions of the more than 80 documents at issue outweighed Maxwell’s arguments for keeping them under wraps, including that they could prove embarrassing. […]

Preska also said personal identifying information contained in the documents, as well as the names of many “non-parties,” will be redacted. […]

They include flight logs from Epstein’s private jets, deposition testimony in 2016 in which Maxwell’s lawyers said she was asked “intrusive” questions about her sex life, and police reports from Palm Beach, Florida, where Epstein had a home.

The records are a part of a lawsuit brought by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre against Maxwell that was settled in 2017.

One of Epstein’s most famous guests aboard his private jet is former President Bill Clinton, as Breitbart News previously noted:

Fox News reported in May 2016 that Clinton went on at least 26 trips aboard Epstein’s plane — the “Lolita Express” — between 2001 and 2003, according to flight logs from the Federal Aviation Administration. Listed as the destination for those trips were exotic locales like the Azores, Singapore, Brunei, Norway, and Russia, among others.

On at least five of those excursions, the flight logs denote that Clinton was not accompanied by any Secret Service personnel. The former president, though, did occasionally travel in the company of Maxwell and Sarah Kellen, Epstein’s former assistant.


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