Epstein’s Pilots Reveal One Unusual Custom That Ensured Privacy for Airplane Passengers
Source: Resist the Mainstream
Many have questioned how Jeffrey Epstein’s involvement with many prominent figures on countless airplane trips remained a secret for so long. Indeed, there are many secrets to this day.
The Western Journal suggests it may have been “a ‘see-no-evil, hear-no-evil’ situation.”
Details of what took place on Epstein’s private jet, often called the “Lolita Express,” are beginning to come to light as Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial unfolds.
Maxwell is charged as a “partner in crime” with Epstein, complicit in the sex trafficking of minors and sexual assault.
Epstein, also charged with sex trafficking and sexual assault, died in prison under suspicious circumstances while awaiting his trial in 2019.
According to Inner City Press, testimony from two pilots, Larry Visoski and David Rogers, noted that the inflight policy was to keep the door between the cockpit and passenger area shut, prohibiting pilots from viewing activity.
According to Insider, this is standard procedure for commercial airliners but unusual for private jets, though not unprecedented.
According to a tweet by TrialTracker, one of the pilots named many famous passengers, including two United States Presidents, Congressional Representatives, and entertainment figures.
The Western Journal responded by noting, “There is no doubt a lot of wealthy, powerful men are regretting the fact that their names are now linked to Jeffery Epstein forever.”
Due to attorney illness, trial proceedings were paused today but will likely resume on Friday.