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Sen. Blackburn Requests Subpoena of Epstein’s Flight Logs, Maxwell’s ‘Little Black Book’

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Her letter comes as the Southern District of New York is set to unseal names in Virginia Giuffre’s lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell.

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) is asking Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) to help her secure a subpoena for additional documents revealing disgraced former billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s associates.

Her request came on the same day, Jan. 3, that a federal judge was set to unseal the identities of 157 people named in Virginia Giuffre’s civil lawsuit against Mr. Epstein’s former friend and alleged trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell. In a letter to Mr. Durbin, Ms. Blackburn requested subpoenas for the FBI and Mr. Epstein’s estate to obtain Ms. Maxwell’s notorious “little black book,” as well as unredacted flight logs.

She said the unsealing scheduled for Jan. 3  was “a critically important step forward in providing Mr. Epstein’s victims the transparency and justice they deserve.” On X, formerly known as Twitter, she also stated that the “American people deserve transparency.”

Ms. Blackburn has been

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