Blackburn Statement on Federal Judge Unsealing Epstein Court Documents

January 3, 2024

Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) released the following statement on today’s unsealing of court documents naming several of Jeffrey Epstein’s associates: 

“Today’s release is a step in the right direction for the countless women and children who were trafficked and abused by Jeffrey Epstein and his associates. I will not stop fighting for complete and total transparency until all of the records are released and the innocent victims receive the justice they deserve. I am calling on Chairman Durbin, who has blocked my repeated requests to subpoena Epstein’s flight records, to follow through with his promise to make all of these records public. I will be urging a vote on my subpoena whenever possible at Judiciary Committee meetings until the American people get the full truth.” — Senator Blackburn


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