Blackburn vows to subpoena FBI for Epstein flight logs, focusing on crimes, not just celebrity names

Unmasking Epstein’s Associates: Sen. Marsha Blackburn Advocates for Transparency and Accountability

Introduction: Kelly Laco, Executive Editor of Politics for, reports on the ongoing efforts of Senator Marsha Blackburn to reveal the identities associated with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s flight logs.

Blackburn insists on obtaining crucial information from the FBI, as nearly 200 names connected to Epstein’s sex trafficking ring are poised to be disclosed.

The Unveiling of Names: A judge recently ruled for the release of names redacted from a sex trafficking suit against Epstein’s accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell.

Notable figures like former President Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew have already been named, with the full list expected to include other public figures and Hollywood stars.

A Call for Accountability: In an exclusive interview with, Senator Blackburn emphasizes that the impending release is not about celebrity exposure but rather addressing criminal wrongdoing.

She asserts that the list is just a starting point and underscores the necessity for Congress to take further actions to ensure accountability and justice for Epstein’s victims.

Congressional Action: As a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Blackburn urges the committee’s chairman, Democrat Dick Durbin, to apply more pressure in obtaining information on those involved in sex crimes.

She emphasizes the need for additional subpoenas to acquire Epstein’s flight logs, including those from the FBI.

FBI’s Response and Victim Testimonies: Blackburn expresses concerns about the FBI’s handling of cases, citing victims who claim that the agency overlooked their charges.

She highlights the need to subpoena the FBI and Maxwell’s ‘little black book’ for a comprehensive understanding of the sex trafficking ring.

Caution Against Assumptions: While acknowledging the severity of the accusations, Blackburn warns against assuming guilt for all celebrities and public figures listed.

She suggests that some may be accused of wrongdoing, while others might have witnessed crimes or been affiliated with Epstein in different capacities.

Senator’s Letter to Chairman Durbin: Senator Blackburn formally requests additional subpoenas for Epstein’s flight logs and relevant records in a letter to Chairman Durbin.

She stresses that this should be the committee’s priority upon returning from recess, aiming to bring transparency to the American people and justice for Epstein’s victims.

Transparency and Victim Encouragement: The underlying goal of Blackburn’s efforts is to ensure transparency regarding Epstein’s sex ring.

She believes that increased transparency will encourage more victims to come forward, providing them with an opportunity to obtain justice for crimes that have spanned four decades.

Conclusion: As Ghislaine Maxwell remains silent on the matter, serving a 20-year sentence for sex trafficking, Senator Blackburn continues to push for accountability and transparency in the wake of Epstein’s heinous crimes.

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