The famous guests of Jeffrey Epstein on Lolita Express can be exposed while the pedophile pilots are called up

The famous guests of Jeffrey Epstein on Lolita Express can be unmasked because the pedophile pilots are summoned in a case of federal sex trade

  • Jeffery Epstein pilots received subpoenas from federal prosecutors in his sex trade case
  • These men who have essential information about who has traveled with the Lolita Express and can give details about where the money from Epstein is overseas
  • Deutsche Bank struggled to find all of Epstein's accounts after he broke ties with him last year, and he still made transactions from May
  • Epstein was reported earlier this year to federal agents for suspicious activities by executives at Deutsche Bank
  • The financial institution now wants to determine whether it has used all the money from its bank accounts to finance sex trade
  • & # 39; Deutsche Bank scrutinizes every business relationship with Jeffrey Epstein … (is) committed to working with all relevant authorities, & # 39; said the bank
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Federal prosecutors summoned the pilots who worked for Jeffrey Epstein Wall Street Journal.

One of the pilots' attorneys confirmed that shortly after Epstein was arrested at Teterboro Airport earlier this month, his client had been notified of a summons from a major jury.

David Rodgers, Larry Visoski, Larry Morrison and Bill Hammond are among the men who were named Pilots of Epstein in previous lawsuits.

It is Rodgers who kept the flight logs between 1997 and 2005 that were released more than ten years ago during the Palm Beach criminal investigation and subsequent lawsuits.

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However, some Florida lawyers have stated that some logbooks are incomplete and omit the names of underage girls.

These pilots could also name fellow guests on the planes, or the locations of Epstein's overseas accounts.

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Sky above: Jeffery Epstein pilots received subpoenas from federal prosecutors in his sex trade case (pilot Larry Visoski on the reins of the Lolita Express above)

Sky above: Jeffery Epstein pilots received subpoenas from federal prosecutors in his sex trade case (pilot Larry Visoski on the reins of the Lolita Express above)

Earlier this week, it was revealed that Epstein was able to move money out of the country earlier this year from accounts he held with Deutsche Bank – despite the fact that the company broke all ties with the pedophile.

The New York Times reports that even bakers have not realized the potential financial crimes that Epstein has committed until then, believing that the company had already closed its accounts at the end of last year.

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Deutsche Bank now wants to make sure that none of the money moved by Epstein has been used to finance or in any way support the sex trade of underage women.

Epstein did transactions as recently as in May, and several sources said that as soon as executives became aware of this potentially illegal activity, it was reported to a federal agency that monitors financial crimes.

Joerg Eigendorf, a spokesperson for Deutsche Banks, said the company & # 39; was absolutely involved in the collaboration with all relevant authorities & # 39 ;.

The statement was also fully placed on Deutsche Bank's Twitter account 12 times in just five hours on Tuesday.

& # 39; Deutsche Bank scrutinizes every business relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, and we are absolutely committed to working with all relevant authorities & # 39 ;, it said.

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There is no detail about which crimes have been committed, but it is known that this is not the first time that Epstein is in danger of being flagged.

On previous occasions, anti-money laundering compliance officers and employees noted suspicious transactions, including at least one where Epstein moved funds abroad.

Opps-tein: Epstein opened dozens of accounts with Deutsche Bank in the five years

Opps-tein: Epstein opened dozens of accounts with Deutsche Bank in the five years

Opps-tein: Epstein opened dozens of accounts with Deutsche Bank in the five years

However, it is unclear whether these transactions have been reported to federal agencies.

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Epstein had private banking and asset management accounts, and both he and his companies had received loans from the financial institution in recent years, sources said.

He went there after he received the boot from JP Morgan in 2013, five years after he filed a guilty plea against two charges related to the request for a minor for sex.

Deutsche executives struggled to close their accounts in the wake of Julie Brown's bombastic unveiling last November due to the fact that the private banking division had opened several dozen accounts for Epstein and his companies.

Months later, a Deutsche Bank employee commented: & # 39; We are still trying to get our arms around it. & # 39;

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