It’s not over yet.
Not by a long shot.
Even though Jeffrey Epstein is dead, justice must be served.
Epstein was a well-connected man, and there is evidence out there incriminating many powerful, wealthy elites.
When it comes to prosecution, Jeffrey Epstein’s apparent suicide seems to have only shifted the focus from the man himself to his co-conspirators.
So, here we go.
It appears that the first Epstein co-conspirator that prosecutors are turning their sights on is Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s ex-girlfriend who many Epstein victims have testified against with allegations that she lured in underage girls on behalf of the billionaire pedophile.
Maxwell could very well be a gateway into uncovering, and holding accountable, all the other elites connected to Epstein. She was on the inside, after all. Most likely, she knows as much as Epstein did.
As Jeffrey Greco, a New York criminal defense lawyer put it, “She’s going down. She’s going to take everybody with her. They are going to ask her, ‘Who else did you provide these girls to?’ I think that she is going to start talking.”
Check out this word of the incoming indictments that is breaking out on Twitter:
The Epoch Times has more to say:
New indictments are expected in the wake of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s death by apparent suicide, as the case shifts to focus on unnamed co-conspirators, according to criminal defense lawyers.
Two criminal defense attorneys told The Epoch Times that if the government was investigating Epstein to such a degree that they were able to make an arrest, it can be assumed that federal prosecutors in New York were also gathering evidence on those in his inner circle.
One attorney specifically mentioned the disgraced financier’s former girlfriend, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, who allegedly assisted Epstein in luring minors. He said Maxwell would be prosecutors’ next main target and she could potentially name others connected to the multimillionaire.
“She’s going down. She’s going to take everybody with her,” Jeffery Greco, a New York criminal defense lawyer and former prosecutor, said in a phone call. “They are going to ask her, ‘Who else did you provide these girls to?’ I think that she is going to start talking.”
“Remember, it’s just pieces to a puzzle, so she may not know everything. But they are going to use her to place the people at those parties, so if she can say, ‘I was there on this date … and this senator and so-and-so was there,’ that will be enough for them to get them involved.”
Epstein often hosted parties at his Upper East Side mansion in New York City. He owned the property, which has been valued at $77 million, through an LLC. The seven-story building is located on East 71st Street, between Fifth and Madison avenues.
Nearly 2,000 pages of documents relating to Epstein were unsealed on Aug. 9, revealing allegations against a number of rich and powerful men, just a day before his apparent suicide. The court documents, from a lawsuit by one of Epstein’s accusers, Virginia Giuffre, listed new names allegedly involved in Epstein’s trafficking ring and more information on the role Maxwell played.
In a 2016 deposition, Giuffre claimed she was directed by Maxwell to have sex with a number of powerful men.
Greco believes the biggest implication of Epstein’s death is that there will be “more and more indictments coming down.” He said the government will be pressured to file “additional charges” against “additional people” and will be more aggressive in their methods.
“I think there is this extra pressure on the government now to really focus on these [unnamed] co-conspirators, no matter how high up because it’s become so public,” he said.