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Is The Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Taking Our Eyes Off of Ghislaine Maxwell’s Sex Trafficking Trial?


While the entire world has its eyes glued on the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, accused child sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial is well underway.

Jeffery Epstein’s right-hand woman is now facing charges in court for child sex trafficking and the pre-trial process has already begun but it appears the corporate media “forgot” all about it.

Jurors are now being selected and one of the jurors has already been dismissed for having connections with Jeffery Epstein.

The Rolling Stones reported that the atmosphere in Hollywood is one of silence and fear; many celebrities’ are wondering how much Ghislaine will share in the court room.

Unlike Rittenhouse’s trial, Ghislaine’s is a Federal court case so no camera’s are allowed inside of the court room, but there has still been a lack of coverage of one of the most important cases in U.S. history.

The elites of society credibility and reputation could be sunken once and for all.

The Daily Beast had more on the story:

Ghislaine Maxwell appeared to be in noticeably high spirits this week when she returned to court for jury selection for her sex-trafficking trial.

The 59-year-old socialite sported a black turtleneck sweater and gray slacks, since the law prohibits jurors from seeing criminal defendants in chains or prison garb. Maxwell shared laughs, hugs and close conversations with her attorneys, and turned in her seat on Thursday to blow a flurry of kisses to her sister Isabel, who sat in the gallery. Leah Saffian, a California attorney and friend of Maxwell, was also in the front row this week.

It was a far cry from Maxwell’s demeanor at a pretrial hearing on Nov. 1, when she was escorted into the Manhattan federal courtroom in shackles and a navy jumpsuit, reportedly after having to climb into a prison van on her hands and knees.

The British heiress, who is facing charges for allegedly procuring underage girls for Epstein’s teen sex ring, told the court she hadn’t been offered any kind of plea deal. “I have not committed any crime,” she declared that day.

The interrogating of jurors for potential biases, known as the voir dire process of jury selection, began on Tuesday. By late morning on Thursday, Judge Alison Nathan had questioned more than 80 jurors about their lives, opinions, and knowledge of Maxwell and Epstein and ultimately settled on a pool of 58 people.

Of those prospects, 12 jurors and six alternates will be chosen on Nov. 29 ahead of opening arguments in the trial, which is expected to last six weeks.

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Things get even stranger about the case; the judge overseeing Maxwell’s case just got nominated to the Appeals Court, Bloomberg Law had more on the story:

The district judge presiding over Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial was one of two planned circuit court nominees President Joe Biden announced Wednesday, teeing her up for possible elevation to the New York-based appeals court while she oversees the high-profile trial.

Alison Nathan, a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, will be nominated to U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. The White House announcement came a day after Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said he recommended her for the seat to White House.

Biden also announced he intends to nominate Andre Mathis, a Memphis-based lawyer at Butler Snow LLP, to a Tennessee seat on the Sixth Circuit. Mathis is Biden’s first circuit pick in a state with at least one Republican senator.

I think we all know why she the judge got a promotion from Biden…


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