On Thursday 2nd July 2020 the world has been alerted to the news of an arrest many us thought would never occur. Now deceased pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s madame/procurer of underage girls Ghislaine Maxwell who had been on the run since Epstein’s re-arrest on July 6 last year had been caught and captured alive.
She was not in France or Israel as numerous reports speculated, but had remained in the United States all along. The FBI arrested her at a secluded million dollar property in Bradford, New Hampshire which is a largely rural sparsely populated state in the US-North East. Maxwell was able to purchase the property through a company Granite Realty, LLC in December 2019.
The Hunt for Maxwell
When Jeffrey Epstein died in while in custody Metropolitan Correctional Centre in Manhattan, New York on August 10 last year without him implicating a single high profile name involved in his crimes, attention turned to if authorities could and would capture Ghislaine Maxwell.
Maxwell was allegedly photographed at an In-N-Out Burger in Los Angeles shortly after Epstein death though suspicions were rife it was a doctored photo.
The official autopsy concluded that Epstein committed suicide via hanging in his cell. He had been taken off suicide watch despite attempted suicide on July 23. The guards outside his cell were not present during the hanging and the video footage outside his cell during his death was accidentally erased.
With the powerful names listed in Epstein’s black book and his “Lolita Express” and “pedo island” flight logs along with the suspicious circumstances of his “suicide” foul play was overwhelmingly suspended. This resulted in the “Epstein didn’t kill himself” memes being circulated on social media and even mentioned in the mainstream media and popular culture.
There was speculation that Epstein wasn’t even dead, a drone that flew over his Little Saint James island on August 30 spotted an Epstein lookalike. The strong belief that Epstein and Maxwell’s child sex trafficking ring was a blackmail operation on behalf of Mossad, Israel’s foreign spy agency there were rumors he’d been replaced with a double and transferred along with Maxwell to a safe house in Israel.
When news of Maxwell’s arrest became widely circulated on social media the “Maxwell didn’t kill herself” memes were already being posted. Ghislaine’s father Robert Maxwell a British media mogul also died in suspicious circumstance when he fell off his yacht in the Caribbean in 1991.
There is no doubt the tracking down and arrest of Maxwell means that the names and other secrets of their child sex trafficking operation did not die with Epstein.
Contrary to the initial speculation Ghislaine Maxwell Is Stayin’ Alive For Now. After she was arraigned at a Federal Court after her arrest on July 2 where she appeared via teleconference hear the six charges against her she Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Bail Denied. Trial Date Set
Maxwell appeared before a Federal Court again overnight to enter a formal plea of not guilty to the charges against her and was denied bail. However, her case will not go to trial until July 2021.
The six charges she is facing that were listed in the now unsealed FBI indictment against her are enticement and conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts, transportation and conspiracy to transport minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity and two counts of perjury, according to a federal indictment unsealed.
The information and knowledge about the Epstein and Maxwell child sex trafficking ring and the fact that Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton were implicated in had been available for years to anyone seeking it, though the mainstream media gave virtually no coverage or attention until Epstein’s 2019 rearrest.
But there are still some fearless and uncompromising mainstream media journalists. One of them is Julie K. Brown of the Miami Herald. She has been reporting continuously on Epstein and Maxwell’s child sex trafficking operation and giving voice to their victims since Epstein’s initial arrest and plea deal in Palm Beach, Florida in 2008.
Shortly after Maxwell’s arrest, Brown wrote a summary of Ghislaine Maxwell’s vast finances including her multiple bank accounts which she was able to utilize to evade detection and capture.
Epstein trafficking victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s courage in coming forward as a survivor and whistleblower was also key to Epstein and Maxwell’s operation remaining in the public eye. Her lawsuits against the pair acted as a catalyst for Epstein’s re-arrest and has also drawn into scrunity the conduct of Epstein’s first lawyer Alan Dershowitz.
After being very late and blind to the scandal the mainstream media has been making up for lost coverage with further investigations, books and documentaries on Epstein and Maxwell. Netflix released Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich on its platform on May 27. There is mounting pressure on Prince Andrew to co-operate with the FBI investigation, even speculation the Queen may strip him of his diplomatic immunity to protect the Royal Family?
The question now is will Maxwell remain alive for her to either face trial, or name names and cut a deal for a shorter sentence? There are reports Maxwell is being moved ‘cell to cell’ to avoid assassins getting to her. Clearly the Federal Bureau of Prisons is going to extra lengths to avoid another Epstein style death. Time will deal if the real lid will be finally lifted off this elite sex trafficking ring.