Pilot Larry Visoski said he would normally be notified if Clinton or high-profile passengers like him would be flying.
He recalled famous violinist Itzhak Perlman who flew to Michigan with Epstein to attend the Interlochen Center for the Arts summer camp. He said he missed Prince Andrew, Maine Senator George Mitchell, Ohio Senator John Glenn and actor Kevin Spacey on the flights.
“During 2002 and 2003, President Clinton made a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s plane: one to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa, including work-related stops. of the Clinton Foundation,” Clinton spokeswoman Angel Urena. said in 2019.
Maxwell, the British social media site and a confidant of Epstein, was arrested a year later and pleaded not guilty to six counts, including conspiracy and sex trafficking.
Pilot publicly that he has never seen any sexual activity
He testified that Maxwell frequented Epstein’s private jet from 1994 to 2004 and often assisted with travel plans with Visoski for Epstein. Maxwell was Epstein’s “number two” and was “his chaperone to handle everything else unrelated to business,” the pilot testified.
He describes his memories of the pair’s relationship as more personal than business, but more “conjugal” than truly romantic. He doesn’t remember seeing them kiss or hold hands, he said.
Visoski said recording the names of all passengers on Epstein’s private flights was not a priority, but they did their best to be accurate. For international flights, he must report the passenger log accurately, he said. If he didn’t know a passenger’s name, he would record passengers by their gender, he said.
On Tuesday, he testified about his memories of Child Victim-1, who prosecutors allege met Epstein and Maxwell at the prestigious arts camp where Epstein was a benefactor in many years.
Visoski testified Epstein introduced him to Child Victim-1, identified as “Jane” in court, on his plane before it took off from Palm Beach, Florida, circa 1990s.
Visoski said he remembers her appearing at the time as a “mature woman” with “penetrating powder blue eyes”. However, he testified during cross-examination that he could not be certain that she was actually on the flight or someone else was there, and Maxwell’s defense questioned whether “Jane” had Have you ever flown on Epstein’s plane?
“I can’t picture her sitting in the passenger compartment as I would tell President Clinton, it’s been too long,” he said.
Her real name was recorded on the flight logs for three flights, but Visoski admitted upon cross-checking that Epstein had an assistant with the same name and no last name in the log, he couldn’t be sure. Who is.
When asked about the cross-examination, Visoski said he didn’t know the ages of the passengers he flew with but he never thought there were less attractive girls on the flight as he could tell.
“I never saw any sexual activity, no,” Visoski testified. When asked if he had watched sexual acts with girls in clothes, he said: “Absolutely not.”
Visoski testified that he had never seen sex toys, used condoms or clothing scattered on Epstein’s plane, nor had any indication of sexual activity taking place. on the airplane.
The cockpit door would be closed during the flight, but Epstein would sometimes introduce his guests to Visoski before the plane took off, he testified. Epstein also invited pilots to freely pass through the cabins to use the restroom or drink coffee during flights, Visoski said. He also said he was not instructed by anyone on how he should interact with passengers or other staff.
He said he keeps passenger records and flight logs for every flight he flies and regularly transfers records to Epstein’s office without keeping copies for himself.
He will give the file to an assistant but usually not Maxwell.
“Miss Maxwell has nothing to do with the passenger manifest,” he said.
In addition, Visoski testified that Epstein paid for his two daughters’ education through college and gifted him an acreage on the ranch in New Mexico, where Visoski built himself a house. The pilot noted that Epstein made the payments for all of the employees’ children because he valued college education. He also admits signing a non-disclosure agreement is part of his job.