‘Accountability Is Coming’: Epstein Associates To Be Named After Judge Orders Documents Released
NEW YORK, NY - JULY 08: US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman announces charges against Jeffery Epstein on July 8, 2019 in New York City. Epstein will be charged with one count of sex trafficking of minors and one count of conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking of minors.
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A federal judge has ordered that documents containing the names of some of the associates of deceased financier and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein be released in 2024. 

The documents to be released come from a 2017 civil trial brought by Virginia Giuffre, who said that Ghislaine Maxwell facilitated Epstein’s sex trafficking of her. The names of roughly 150 associates are expected to be revealed, although New York Judge Loretta Preska has given the individuals 14 days to object to the release of their names.

“The Court stays its order for fourteen days to permit any impacted Doe the opportunity to appeal, after which counsel are asked to confer, prepare the documents for unsealing pursuant to this order, and post the documents on the docket,” Preska wrote on Monday. 

Preska listed multiple reasons to unseal the documents, including the fact that several individuals whose names have been kept hidden previously gave interviews to the media. Several individuals have not objected to the release of their names, according to Preska’s order. 

The well-connected Epstein died in a Manhattan prison cell in August 2019 awaiting trial on federal sex trafficking charges. Maxwell is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence after being convicted of sex trafficking children. 

The decision to release the documents brought on celebration from some and speculation by others on whose names will be found in the documents. 

“The names of over 170 of Jeffrey Epstein’s high-profile associates are to be released in the first week of 2024,” Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) said Tuesday in a post on X. “Accountability is coming.”

Blackburn has moved in recent weeks to get the Senate Judiciary Committee to subpoena Epstein’s flight records, but has said that Sen. Dick Durban (D-IL) has so far blocked her. 

It was previously reported that Epstein owned at least three jets, including a Gulfstream II sold in November 2013, a Gulfstream IV sold before his arrest, and a Boeing 727 nicknamed the “Lolita Express,” which allegedly transported prominent individuals and girls all around the world.


The so-called “Lolita Express” private jet has been the subject of controversy amid the accusations brought against Epstein and, in particular, the flight records connected to the plane that supposedly include the names of those who traveled with him.

Victims of Epstein and at least one of his pilots have since come out and claimed that public figures, including Bill Gates, Prince Andrew, and Donald Trump, had traveled with the disgraced financier.

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