On Friday, MMA fighter Joel Bauman made headlines after entering the right for his bout with Curtis Millender while wearing a shirt reading, “Trump Was Indicted Before Anyone on Epstein’s Client List.”
Bauman, known to his fans as “King Bau,” entered the ring wearing the shirt prior to his very close loss to Millender, with the judges scoring it 28-29, 29-28, 29-28. He has been a vocal supporter of former President Donald Trump and has previously discussed the scandal surrounding Epstein’s client list.
Just hours before his fight, Bauman reposted a thread on X from influencer Amiri King revealing 74 pages of the unredacted flight logs from the Lolita Express, the private plane that Epstein took to and from his private island.
Epstein’s client list has been more or less sealed by courts nationwide, despite New York Magazine publishing the alleged list in 2019. It has been established that Epstein possessed alleged relationships with powerful and influential people, such as Bill Gates, Bill and Hillary Clinton and Prince Andrew.
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However, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) recently issued a subpoena to the estate of the late Jeffrey Epstein, demanding access to the flight logs of his private plane, reflecting a growing determination to expose the full extent of Epstein’s infamous network.
“Since we’re in the business of issuing subpoenas now, here are a few more I’ve filed,” Blackburn declared. “A subpoena to Jeffrey Epstein’s estate to provide the flight logs for his private plane.
“Given the numerous allegations of human trafficking and sexual abuse surrounding Mr. Epstein,” Blackburn added, “I think it is very important that we identify everybody that was on that plane, and how many trips they took on that plane, and the destinations to which they arrived.”
Other organizations that collaborated with Epstein are also now paying the price for their connections to him, such as JPMorgan Chase, which will now be required to pay $290 million to nearly 200 victims of Epstein’s sex trafficking.
“We all now understand that Epstein’s behavior was monstrous, and we believe this settlement is in the best interest of all parties, especially the survivors, who suffered unimaginable abuse at the hands of this man,” JPMorgan Chase’s corporate communications office stated. “Any association with him was a mistake and we regret it. We would never have continued to do business with him if we believed he was using our bank in any way to help commit heinous crimes.”
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