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The Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Begins Tomorrow, But The Judge May Be Compromised


Is this a fair trial, or a bought and sold verdict?

Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial is set to begin Monday November 29th, but there is going to be a media blackout on it.

There are official reasons for this—namely that cases in federal courts are not televised, but we all know there are other more ‘personal’ reasons for the media and the establishment not to televise this.

I found a Twitter page which will be tracking the trial, and we will of course be providing our own updates.

We need to talk about this judge though…

Maxwell’s trial is set to begin Monday, and Biden has nominated US District Judge Alison J. Nathan for a promotion to the federal level very soon….

She has also gone on record claiming that certain details of the case are too ‘impure and sensational’ for the public to hear, so she will be keeping Maxwell’s secrets…

I don’t know about you, but all of this sounds incredibly suspect:

According to Reuters, Biden has nominated Maxwell’s trial judge for a promotion:

President Joe Biden on Wednesday nominated the Manhattan federal judge overseeing the sex abuse trial of British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell and a Memphis litigator at the law firm Butler Snow to serve as federal appellate court judges.

The New York Post claims that this same judge had previously said:

A federal judge on Thursday agreed with Ghislaine Maxwell’s request to keep certain details in the criminal case against her secret — finding that information would be too “sensational and impure” to reveal to the public.

US District Judge Alison J. Nathan issued a ruling on redactions that Maxwell had asked for regarding transcripts the government filed under seal last month.


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