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On Tuesday morning, the Federal Aviation Association (FAA) accidentally released records for 2,300 flights on private jets registered to Jeffrey Epstein. The flights occurred between 1998 and 2000 on four different jets.
Who’s on the Flight Records?
The bombshell report also includes 704 flights that were never previously documented. A manifest of passengers is not included in the records, but the information may help provide clues about the people with whom Epstein associated and where they traveled.
Epsteinsblackbook.com has a list of 1,971 names from previously leaked flight logs which include:
- Prince Andrew, Duke of York
- Bill Clinton (26 different locations)
- Alan Dershowitz
- Kevin Spacey
- Naomi Campbell
- Ted Kennedy
- Alec Baldwin
- Bill Gates
Ghislaine Maxwell Trial in New York
The release of the flight records coincides with the second day of Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial. Maxwell was a close associate of Epstein. She allegedly recruited and brought underage children to Epstein Island for Jeffrey Epstein to abuse. A British socialite, Maxwell has been imprisoned under close surveillance for 15 months awaiting her trial for sex trafficking children, perjury, and the enticement of minors in connection with Epstein.
The trial is not publicly broadcasted over the internet per court ruling, although visitors may observe the trial in-person visitors on a first-come, first-serve basis every morning at 9am Eastern Time in rooms 318, 110, 506, 619, 905, 906, 1306, and 1506 at 40 Foley Square, New York City, NY 10007.
Citizen reporting is important due to the potential mainstream coverup regarding the pedophile network involved.
Watch the Activities of the Wealthiest Celebrities
Other distractions competing with Maxwell’s trial include the resignations of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and the CEOs of both Walmart and CNBC, along with the new Omicron variant of the Coronavirus. The unexpected death of fashion designer Virgil Abloh on Sunday is also notable; he was set to be a defendant in the trial.
Media and cameras are not allowed in the courtroom, but the trial can be followed here.