Epstein's Pilot Lawrence Visoski Flew Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Donald Trump, and actor Kevin Spacey.
Jeffrey Epstein's longtime pilot, Lawrence Visosk, testified that Gislaine Maxwell was "number two" in the Epstein criminal networks hierarchy during Maxwell's rape trafficking trial on Tuesday, November 30.
Pilot Lawrence Visoski, who testified for the government, explained how Maxwell would often order him to schedule flights for Jeffrey Epstein. Prosecutors charged Maxwell with recruiting and grooming four children to provide Epstein with erotic massages as a "ruse" to commit child rape. "Ms. Maxwell was number two. Mr. Epstein was a big number one," "She was the one that pretty much handled most of the finance, my expenses, spending in the office." Visoskitold jurors.
During his tenure with Epstein, the pilot shuttled guests and Epstein between New York, Florida, New Mexico, Paris, and the Caribbean Islands.
Visoski reported having flown Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Donald Trump, and actor Kevin Spacey. Visoski's testimony has provided jurors with a sense of Epstein's lifestyle, and Maxwell lived between 1994 and 2004 when prosecutors say Maxwell lured several children for Epstein to rape.
Among the charges against Maxwell are eight counts of sex trafficking and two perjury charges that will be tried later. If convicted of all charges, she faces up to 80 years in prison. According to Maxwell's lawyers, she is being made a scapegoat for Epstein's actions. In 2019, Epstein died in jail awaiting trial on child rape trafficking charges.
On Monday, November 29, Assistant U.S. Attorney Lara Pomerantz said prosecutors would present flight logs that included the names of Maxwell and some of the alleged victims. The trial is set to last for at least six weeks.