Epstein's Pilot Speaks Up About What He Saw

Written By BlabberBuzz | Saturday, 04 December 2021 16:45

A veteran pilot for Jeffrey Epstein testified before a jury in Ghislaine Maxwell's sex trafficking trial on Tuesday, claiming he never observed evidence of sexual activity on planes while flying his boss and others for nearly three decades, including a prince and former presidents.

Lawrence Paul Visoski Jr., the trial's first witness, admitted that he never saw sexual conduct aboard two jets he piloted for about 1,000 trips between 1991 and 2019.

He said he spent most of his flights in the cockpit, but would occasionally escape to use the restroom or buy coffee. Although the government called Visoski as a witness, his testimony appeared to benefit Maxwell's defense when he answered questions from Maxwell attorney Christian Everdell about what he saw when he straightened up the plane after a flight.

When Everdell inquired if he had ever seen sexual behavior while out for coffee or discovered sex toys while cleaning up, Visoski didn't hesitate.

“Never,” Both queries were answered by the pilot. He also said that he had never seen a condom that had been used.

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When questioned if he had ever witnessed sex acts involving minor females, he said, "Absolutely not."

Epstein, according to the pilot, never told him to stay in the cockpit during flights and instead urged him to use a bathroom near the back of the plane, which required him to walk past the jet's sofas. He claims he has never seen a child who was not accompanied by their parents on his planes.

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When Everdell questioned about a teen who prosecutors claim was sexually assaulted by Epstein before she turned 18, Visoski said he thought she was "mature" when he met her.

He also admitted to flying jets with Prince Andrew of the United Kingdom, the late U.S. Senator John Glenn of Ohio, the first American to orbit the Earth, and former Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton. “more than once.”

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Epstein allegedly offered Visoski 40 acres of land on which to build a home on the financier's New Mexico ranch and paid for his daughters' college education, according to Visoski.

After claims surfaced that Epstein had used his plane to carry adolescent females to his private island, his New Mexico ranch, and his New York City home, his plane was mockingly dubbed "The Lolita Express" by some in the media. Epstein used the plane to fly celebrities, powerful academics, and politicians across the world, according to flight logs made public as part of the legal lawsuit.

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Luminaries who flew with Epstein have had to beat back speculation that their presence on the flights meant they must have been aware of the millionaire’s crimes. Clinton, like others who took rides from Epstein, has said he was unaware of any misconduct.

Before her arrest in July 2020, Maxwell, 59, traveled in circles for decades that brought her into contact with brilliant and wealthy people. When asked where Maxwell ranked in Epstein's world order by Assistant US Attorney Maurene Comey, Visoski stated Maxwell "was the Number 2." "Epstein was the big Number 1," he added. The evidence backs up what Assistant United States Attorney Lara Pomerantz stated in her opening address to jurors on Monday, that Epstein and Maxwell were "partners in crime."

From 1994 to at least 2004, according to Pomerantz, Maxwell recruited and groomed girls for Epstein to sexually assault. Maxwell has pled not guilty, and one of her lawyers stated in her opening statement on Monday that she is being used as a scapegoat for Epstein, who committed suicide in his Manhattan jail cell in August 2019 while awaiting sex trafficking trial at the age of 66.

Visoski testified briefly on Monday before beginning Tuesday on the witness stand.

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