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Senator Blackburn subpoenas Jeffrey Epstein's estate for flight logs


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On Thursday, Sen. Marsha Blackburn announced that she had issued a subpoena to the estate of Jeffrey Epstein demanding that Congress be given access to the flight logs for his private plane.


She said her goal was to expose those who spent time with the accused pedophile and human trafficker.


"Since we're in the business of issuing subpoenas now, here are a few more I've filed," Blackburn said. "A subpoena to Jeffrey Epstein's estate to provide the flight logs for his private plane."


"Given the numerous allegations of human trafficking and sexual abuse surrounding Mr. Epstein," she added, "I think it is very important that we identify everybody that was on that plane, and how many trips they took on that plane, and the destinations to which they arrived."


Earlier this year during the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein's flight logs were made public, however those records only covered between 1995 and 2013.


In the years since Epstein didn't kill himself at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in 2019, there has been an increased attempt to determine who was on the plane with him. :snip:

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Jeffrey Epstein flight log subpoena request denied by Democrat-led Senate Judiciary Committee, Blackburn

Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., criticized Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., for allegedly blocking her request to file a subpoena for Jeffrey Epstein's flight logs.


"@SenatorDurbin BLOCKED my request to subpoena Jeffrey Epstein’s flight logs. What are Democrats trying to hide?," Blackburn posted on X.


Blackburn called Durbin's actions a "sad day in the history of the prestigious Judiciary Committee."

"Senate Democrats have long been trying to undermine the Supreme Court and Justice Clarence Thomas, but want to ignore Justice Sotomayor allegedly using her taxpayer-funded staff to coordinate speaking engagements in exchange for selling and promoting thousands of her books. They also don’t want to have a conversation about the estate of Jeffrey Epstein to find out the names of every person who participated in Jeffrey Epstein’s human trafficking ring," Blackburn said in a statement.:snip:

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