Jeffrey Epstein Flight Details Released

Jeffrey Epstein Flight Details Released

(ReliableNews.org) – Controversy surrounds billionaire and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein more than two years after he allegedly committed suicide in a Lower Manhattan correctional center while awaiting trial on new sex trafficking charges. Just recently, flight records associated with Epstein’s fleet of private jets were accidentally released by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Tuesday.

Business Insider reported the FAA accidentally sent it a portion of the flight records, including 704 previously unknown flights, along with some other documents it sought in an unrelated FOIA request earlier in 2021.

The records contained information regarding about 2,300 flights logged on Epstein’s four private jets between 1998 and 2020.

 

At the time, federal authorities were investigating the role Epstein’s girlfriend and alleged accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell, played in his crimes. Her long-awaited trial began on Monday, November 29.

Business Insider already maintained a searchable database of known Epstein flights gathered from public records. Curiously, the new data revealed more than 700 “previously unknown flights,” including several occurring during a three-year gap beginning in 2013.

Public interest has remained high regarding Epstein’s flights because several dignitaries and world leaders admitted to flying aboard his “Lolita Express”, including former President Bill Clinton and the United Kingdom’s Prince Andrew.

The flight logs could prove helpful to investigative journalists and law enforcement officials trying to trace Epstein’s movements, including Ghislaine Maxwell’s potential involvement with facilitating alleged trafficking trends onboard.

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