With the Ghislaine Maxwell sex-trafficking trial underway, it is highly likely that we’ll get to see more and more startling revelations related to the Jeffrey Epstein scandal. Very recently, Epstein’s former pilot has testified in Maxwell’s trial that many powerful men, including former President Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, and Prince Andrew flew on Epstein’s private plane.
Several powerful men have been linked with Jeffrey Epstein, having personal connections with the convicted pedophile and sex trafficker. And it’s no secret that these three prominent people have been pictured with Epstein in the past. This time, Epstein’s former pilot, Larry Visoski, has also confirmed their presence in his “Lolita Express”. In Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial, he testified to seeing former Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump as well as Prince Andrew on the plane. However, they are far from being the only ones.
Jeffrey Epstein’s former pilot also saw renowned violinist Itzhak Perlman, Maine Senator George Mitchell, Ohio Senator John Glenn, and actor Kevin Spacey on flights. Moreover, Visoski also said that he’d fly Epstein to see billionaire businessman Les Wexner in Columbus, Ohio. The pilot said Wexner was his client but believed they were friends as well.
Visoski admitted that Clinton was not aware of Epstein’s wrongdoings
That said, it is important to note that none of these high-profile passengers that Visoski mentioned have been alleged to commit any crime with respect to Maxwell’s trial. Moreover, Jeffrey Epstein’s former pilot also said that Clinton was not aware of the “terrible crimes” Epstein was committing. Moreover, Clinton’s representatives have also admitted to these travels, saying in 2019:
In 2002 and 2003, President Clinton took a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s airplane. One to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa, which included stops in connection with the work of the Clinton Foundation.
Jeffrey Epstein’s pilot testifies to not seeing any illegal or indecent activity
In his testimony on the second day of Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial, Epstein’s pilot also made other revelations. Beginning from 1991, he testified that Maxwell frequently traveled on Epstein’s private between 1994 to 2004. He also said that Maxwell was Epstein’s “number two” and was his “go-to person to handle everything else that was not business-related”. He also remembers them two being more personal than professional, describing them as “couple-ish” instead of romantic. However, he did not see them kiss or hold hands.
Adding to that, Visoski also testified that as Jeffrey Epstein’s pilot, he didn’t know the ages of the passengers he flew. He was also unaware of any underage girls being aboard. When asked if he had seen s*x acts with underage girls and minors, Visoski said:
I never saw any sexual activity, no. Absolutely not.
An anonymous victim of Epstein testifies against him
He also never saw any s*x toys, used condoms, or anything that indicated s*xual activity. Moreover, as Jeffrey Epstein’s pilot, Visoski also said would log the names of all the passengers. However, it was not a priority and he would often not know the passenger’s name. After Visoski, a minor victim with the pseudonym “Jane” also testified against Ghislaine Maxwell. Jane testified that she met Maxwell and Epstein at the age of 14 and described the sexual abuse she endured. These incidents occurred in both Palm Beach, Florida and Manhattan, while she was 14 to 16 years old. Visoski also testified to Epstein introducing him to “Jane” in the plane before taking off in the 90s.
Lastly, Jeffrey Epstein’s pilot revealed that Epstein paid for his two daughters’ education through college too and gifted him land at the New Mexico ranch. He said Epstein would pay for the schooling of all his employees’ children as he valued higher education.
Epstein was found dead in his prison cell shortly after being arrested on charges of sex trafficking in 2019. The cause of death, however, was controversially ruled to be suicide by hanging. A year later, Ghislaine Maxwell was also arrested and has pleaded not guilty to six charges, which include conspiracy and sex trafficking. With her trial, it’s likely that we’ll get to know more intimate details about the life and crimes of Epstein and Maxwell.