Criminal defense lawyer Jonathan Turley expressed surprise that Epstein confidante Ghislaine Maxwell left the relative safety of Paris to return to America, while noting that her arrest was “bad news” for Prince Andrew.
Paul Joseph Watson – Summit News July 2, 2020
Maxwell was arrested by the FBI in New Hampshire and immediately charged by federal prosecutors, leaving open the possibility that damning new details about Epstein’s global sex trafficking pedophile network could be exposed.
Nearly exactly one year after the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell – the British socialite who once was Epstein’s girlfriend – was arrested as well. And the charges against her are heavy.The indictment describes Maxwell’s devilish role in recruiting, grooming, and transporting girls to various locations to be abused by Epstein and friends. She’s also accused of perjury for lying under oath in 2016 about her involvement in child sex trafficking.https://vigilantcitizen.com/latestnews/suicide-watch-ghislaine-maxwell-accused-of-child-sex-trafficking-for-jeffrey-epstein/
According to Turley, it’s a surprise that Maxwell decided to leave Paris and travel to the U.S. given that extradition laws in France would have largely protected her from prosecution.
“Frankly, as a criminal defense lawyer, I am surprised that Maxwell risked returning to the United States,” writes Turley. “She was believed to be living in Paris. It was well-known that the Justice Department was pursuing the case, including demands to interview Prince Andrew.
Prince Andrew was pictured with both Maxwell at her London home and a 17-year-old Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who alleges she was sexually abused by the Royal and other members of Epstein’s network. Prince Andrew has denied ever meeting Roberts and suggested during an interview with the BBC that the photograph could be fake.
Turley says Maxwell’s arrest is “bad news” for Prince Andrew because Maxwell’s testimony would bolster Roberts’ allegations against the Royal. That is of course if Maxwell doesn’t suddenly “commit suicide” like Epstein.
“Her arrest may be unnerving for figures like Prince Andrew,” writes Turley. “She would be the ultimate cooperating witness if she decided to cooperate on broader criminal inquiries. Giuffre and others have alleged that she was the primary procurer of young girls for Epstein to abuse.”
“Such prosecutions are not easy given the passage of time. However, the government clearly has live witnesses like Giuffre who might have a significant impact on a jury. The government would have to show more than her mere presence at these homes or parties.”
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Martin comments: Pleasing to see Maxwell arrested, but seems almost a “too good to be true” scenario. Like her male counterpart, Maxwell could bring a lot of big names into the spotlight besides Prince Andrew. Bill Clinton was a frequent flyer for starters. But will they keep Maxwell alive long enough to face justice or testify, or will she, ahem, “suicide”? Things could get interesting.