We all called it folks…
Maxwell’s maximum sentence has been reduced by 10 years following a recent ruling from a federal judge. She can now receive a maximum sentence of 55 years in prison.
Keep in mind that 55 years is simply the maximum sentence that Maxwell can receive, it isn’t guaranteed that she will receive that sentence or anything even close to that sentence.
Her move to overturn her conviction failed, but this reduction in maximum sentencing almost foreshadows what I think will happen to Maxwell…
Now, this is simply speculation, and a mere prediction, but I think Maxwell will end up getting something like 5 years behind bars or an incredibly light sentence.
Perhaps she will receive a hefty prison sentence, but she will be let out early for good behavior…
Here are the latest developments in the Maxwell case:
Why are they reducing Ghislaine Maxwell's sentence by 10 years when they haven't arrested or convicted even one of her cohorts?
"It's a big club and you ain't in it…"
— Jason Bassler (@JasonBassler1) May 7, 2022
This happened the same day as the Roe v. Wade leakhttps://t.co/keJ8Q84WYl
— 𝐄𝐮𝐝𝐚𝐢𝐦𝐨𝐧𝐢𝐚 (@EudaimoniaEsq) May 7, 2022
The judge did agree with the defense that three of the five guilty charges were similar and repetitive — claiming conspiracy — and reduced it to only one count, lowering Maxwell’s sentence by 10 years.
While everyone was busy arguing over abortion rights, Johnny Depp, Amber Heard and God knows what else; a Federal judge reduced Ghislaine Maxwell's sentence by 10 years!!!!
Speaking of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard: Why was that trial live streamed but not Ghislaine Maxwell's? pic.twitter.com/fZ4NymRxgn
— Kat (@Katstruths) May 6, 2022
Meanwhile …Federal judge reduces Ghislaine Maxwell's max sentence by 10 years! 🚨⚠️⛔️⚠️
The media is busy burying , diverting this story while they shove Johnny Depp down our throats 24/7.
— AMErikaNCRYPTOGirl ♥️ (@AMErikaNGIRLLL) May 5, 2022
Sky News claims:
Maxwell – the daughter of late newspaper tycoon Robert Maxwell – is due to be sentenced on 28 June.
Earlier this month, the judge refused to throw out Maxwell’s conviction after a juror disclosed during deliberations that he had been sexually abused as a child.