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Virgin Islands AG DEMANDS “ENTIRETY” Of Epstein’s Flight Logs

Wealthy politicians and others are panicking as the Virgin Islands Attorney General demands access to 21 years worth of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s flight logs. Attorney General Denise George has subpoenaed the recorded in their “entirety” of everyone who has been on Epstein’s Lolita Express.

Wealthy people in all positions (political and corporate) are freaking out after George’s subpoena. Passenger logs for Epstein’s four helicopters and three planes have been subpoenaed by George, who recently sued the disgraced financier’s estate for 22 counts including human trafficking, child abuse, neglect, prostitution, aggravated rape, and forced labor, according to a Sunday report by the UK Mirror.

In addition to the passenger lists, George has requisitioned “complaints or reports of potentially suspicious conduct” and any “personal notes” the pilots made while flying Epstein’s alleged harem of underage girls around the world. She also wants the names and contact information of anyone who worked for the pilots – or who “integrated with or observed” Epstein and his passengers.

Epstein pilot David Rodgers previously provided a passenger log in 2009 tying dozens of politicians, actors, and other celebrities to the infamous sex offender – including former US President Bill Clinton, actor Kevin Spacey, and model Naomi Campbell. However, lawyers for Epstein’s alleged victims have argued that list did not include flights by Epstein’s chief pilot, Larry Visoski, who allegedly worked for him for over 25 years.

“The records that have been subpoenaed will make the ones Rodgers provided look like a Post-It note,” a source told the Mirror over the weekend, claiming that George’s subpoena had triggered a “panic among many of the rich and famous.” –RT

Epstein’s private plane, which was dubbed the Lolita Express, has several rich and famous passengers, including the UK’s Prince Andrew, celebrity lawyer Alan Dershowitz, actor Chris Tucker, Harvard economist Larry Summers, Hyatt hotel mogul Tom Pritzker, and model agency manager Jean-Luc Brunel along with Campbell, Spacey, and Clinton (who the logs show flew with Epstein over two dozen times).

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However, the passengers who enjoyed his other aircraft have not been made public yet. Epstein supposedly committed suicide last year in a Manhattan jail facility. Epstein’s madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, remains imprisoned in a Brooklyn detention center awaiting trial on charges related to child trafficking

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Parents say schools have reported them to child services for neglect if their kids miss online class

Some parents in Massachusetts told the Boston Globe they were reported to the state’s Department of Children and Families for neglect when their children were absent from remote learning sessions too often in the spring, when they were scrambling to adjust to the new realities of COVID-19.

What happened? When schools around the country closed in March and April, parents were forced to figure out a way to facilitate and assist with online learning for their children while working or taking care of other responsibilities. The schools, in many cases, failed to provide a well-coordinated learning plan for the lockdowns.

Still, dozens of parents interviewed by the Globe say schools reported them for potential neglect because of absences, without regard for the obvious difficulties of the situation. From the Globe:

Massachusetts school officials have reported dozens of families to state social workers for possible neglect charges because of issues related to their children’s participation in remote learning classes during the pandemic shutdown in the spring, according to interviews with parents, advocates, and reviews of documents.

In most cases, lawyers and family advocates said, the referrals were made solely because students failed to log into class repeatedly. Most of the parents reported were mothers, and several did not have any previous involvement with social services.

The Globe report cites cases where absences were the result of parents not getting information about how to access the necessary technology, or parents who reached out to the school for assistance in balancing the situation and were not given any help.

In one case, a mother of special-needs children was subjected to a three-week DCF investigation and a visit from a police officer after her autistic 6-year-old son jumped naked into view of the camera while another child was participating in online class. DCF told the mother, Christi Brouder, that the school had reported an adult man exposing himself on camera. The case was eventually dropped, but Brouder told the Globe that now her daughter doesn’t want to log in to online class for fear of the family getting in trouble.

If charges of neglect are upheld by DCF, parents could be at risk of having their children removed from their homes. In most of the cases cited by the Globe, DCF rather quickly found no signs of neglect after review.

What do the schools say? The school districts in question told the Globe that reports to DCF are not made solely on the basis of absences, but due to patterns of troubling behavior or circumstances observed during online learning. However, they would not comment on the specifics of the cases cited.