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Sen. Blackburn Struggles To Get Democrats Onboard With Releasing More Epstein Documents

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Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee are pushing to subpoena the FBI for unredacted records related to Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex trafficking activities.

They seek transparency around Epstein’s flight logs and Maxwell’s black book.

The unsealed documents implicated prominent figures, including allegations against former politicians. (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

Sen. Marsha Blackburn wrote in a statement, “While redacted portions of Jeffrey Epstein’s flight logs and Ghislaine Maxwell’s black book have been released in various lawsuits, we need the complete and unredacted versions from his estate and the FBI.”

Sen. Lindsey Graham. “The American people deserve to know what happened regarding Jeffrey Epstein and prominent American business and political leaders.”

“I fully support and very much appreciate Senator Blackburn’s longstanding efforts to bring transparency to the Epstein debacle,” he continued.

“I will be demanding a vote on these subpoenas whenever possible at Judiciary Committee meetings until the American people get the full truth and victims get the justice they deserve,” said Blackburn.

“[D]espite subsequent repeated red flags that Epstein trafficked girls and collected sexualized images of children, the FBI appears, for years, to have done little to investigate and prosecute Epstein’s sex trafficking and, to date, done nothing regarding reports of possible [child sex abuse],” wrote the lawyer representing several of Epstein’s victims.

There’s a call for justice for victims and a demand for full disclosure.

Efforts to obtain unredacted flight logs and communication records from Epstein’s estate are ongoing.

Additionally, there are concerns about the FBI’s handling of the investigation.

Ghislaine Maxwell is serving a 20-year federal prison sentence and is appealing her conviction.

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