Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Moves to Defense Arguments After 2 Weeks of Survivor Testimony
Ghislaine Maxwell's defense team began presenting their case on Thursday after a judge denied their request for three expected witnesses to testify under pseudonyms or using only their first names. In her decision, Judge Alison Nathan of the District Court for the Southern District of New York wrote that the court, "after significant independent research," could not identify a single case in which a court has previously granted the use of pseudonyms to defense witnesses, leading her to believe that the request was unprecedented. Because defense witnesses are more likely to deny Epstein's and Maxwell's sexual misconduct, they are not...
Everything you need to know about the Ghislaine Maxwell - Epstein Trial
Ghislaine Maxwell is on trial for grooming young women and children girls to be raped and trafficked by the Jeffrey Epstein criminal network. She has pleaded not guilty to all charges from 1994 to 2004. The charges against Maxwell Conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts (a five years max sentence) Enticement of a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts (a 20 years sentence) Conspiracy to transport minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity (a 20 years sentence) Transportation of a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity...
Epstein's Pilot Lawrence Visoski Flew Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Donald Trump, and actor Kevin Spacey.
Jeffrey Epstein's longtime pilot, Lawrence Visosk, testified that Gislaine Maxwell was "number two" in the Epstein criminal networks hierarchy during Maxwell's rape trafficking trial on Tuesday, November 30. Pilot Lawrence Visoski, who testified for the government, explained how Maxwell would often order him to schedule flights for Jeffrey Epstein. Prosecutors charged Maxwell with recruiting and grooming four children to provide Epstein with erotic massages as a "ruse" to commit child rape. "Ms. Maxwell was number two. Mr. Epstein was a big number one," "She was the one that pretty much handled most of the finance, my expenses, spending in the...
Supreme Court hears a Mississippi case that could end abortion rights in the U.S.
A case that aims to reverse the landmark Roe v Wade ruling that legalized abortion in the U.S. is set to begin oral arguments on December 1st in the U.S. supreme court. The final decision will in the summer of 2022. The U.S. Supreme Court’s conservatives suggested they are poised to curb abortion rights and uphold Mississippi’s ban on the procedure after 15 weeks of pregnancy. In an argument that lasted almost two hours, all six conservative justices indicated they would let states start banning abortion far earlier than the court’s precedents have previously allowed. The right-wing Trump appointed judge Kavanaugh, previously...
Ghislaine Maxwell's child rape-trafficking trial begins in New York City .
A jury in the Ghislaine Maxwell child rape trafficking trial was selected on Monday, November 29, as prosecutors seek to prove that she lured and groomed children for child rapist and alleged spy Jeffrey Epstein to rape and traffick. Epstein is widely known for his close connections and decades-old relationships with prominent individuals in government, media, and royalty. Many of which, like Prince Andrew who continues to be protected by the UK government, have been repeatedly accused of partaking in the Epstein child rape network. U.S. prosecutors report that between 1994 and 2004, Ghislaine Maxwell groomed children by taking...
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