The media calls her “Jeffrey Epstein’s madam,” but the relationship between Ghislaine Maxwell and Epstein was far more intimate than that. One reporter describes them as “two pedophiles in a pod.” Virginia Roberts Guiffre alleges, “she used Epstein’s money and he used her name and connections to gain power and prestige.” Epstein was just the kind of “sugar daddy” she needed.
Her father, a wealthy British publishing executive, died mysteriously when he fell off the yacht named after his favorite little girl, the “Lady Ghislaine.” Soon after he fell, jumped, or was pushed off his yacht, somewhere near the Canary Islands, the bean counters discovered “he had illegally looted pension funds from his businesses.” She then became the top executive in Epstein’s alleged world class pedophile ring.
The prosecutor wants to charge her, Epstein’s friends want to kill her, and the media may have found her. The twittersphere is full of speculation. “What are the odds that Ghislaine Maxwell – who procured children for rape – now dies in a bizarre accident/suicide?” Steve McAuliffe posts. Another twitter user, George Galloway, commented on a thread dedicated to Epstein information, “what are the actuarial odds on #GhislaineMaxwell never being seen again?”
Prosecutors were having a tough time tracking her down. She sold her Manhattan home and was listed as somewhere in Britain, with no permanent address. The New York Post was able to run her down in just a few days. They report that Maxwell was alive and well, eating burgers in Los Angeles on August 15.
“The Post found the socialite hiding in plain sight in the least likely place imaginable — a fast-food joint in Los Angeles.” She was munching on “a burger, fries and shake al fresco at an In-N-Out Burger on Monday while reading ‘The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives,'” they note. She told one of the other patrons, “Well, I guess this is the last time I’ll be eating here!”
Maxwell should be facing conspiracy charges in the federal case still pending in New York. Prosecutors insist, “it’s far from over.” David Weinstein, a former prosecutor himself, explains, “If I were drafting an indictment against her, it would be the same — conspiracy to traffic in underage minors. That’s what it is. That’s what the conspiracy would be.”
Everybody knows where to find Maxwell’s attorney but he isn’t talking. 57-year-old Maxwell has been elusive, ever since she was totally shielded from prosecution in Florida, under Epstein’s sweetheart plea-deal of the century. None of his co-conspirators or enablers could be charged with anything, under the agreement.
— George Galloway (@georgegalloway) August 14, 2019
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Guiffre claims that Maxwell taught her “everything a man wanted me to be.” As she hopped around the world on the Lolita Express, she was only one of many sex slaves catering to every whim of Epstein or his numerous high-profile friends. Friends like Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew.
Now that she’s been spotted, hopefully prosecutors didn’t waste any time getting her served with a subpoena. Federal lawyers swear up and down she won’t escape her past. “It’s very important to hold all Epstein enablers accountable,” attorney Lisa Bloom affirms. “Justice for victims includes justice for everyone who knowingly made his predations possible.” As long as they live long enough to see a courtroom.
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