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Developing: Maxwell Is Getting The Elite Treatment In Prison


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Another day, and another correct call—we told you, folks, we told you.

According to reports, Ghislaine Maxwell will be spending her prison sentence inside a luxury prison that offers yoga, extensive exercise courses, and incredibly low-security.

Sources claim that the prison is safe for sex offenders, child killers, and police informants—quite unusual for a prison indeed.

The Bureau of Prisons denied Maxwell’s request to be held inside a facility in Connecticut.

The issue here is two-fold. First, Maxwell isn’t exactly going to be doing hard time inside this incredibly ‘progressive’ facility. If you or I had committed the same crimes we would not receive similar treatment.

Secondly, and more importantly, this is a very low-security facility. The normal rules of prison don’t apply here, all can walk free—including government informants.

It doesn’t take a genius to figure out where this is all heading…Previously, I reported that one of Maxwell’s fellow inmates was offered a fairly tidy sum to strangle Maxwell.

I can only assume that it was quite the amount of cash because the inmate said the extra 20 years she would have faced was worth the money she would have received for killing Maxwell.

Who was providing such a large amount of cash? An amount of cash that would make 20 additional years behind federal bars a cakewalk?

If this type of thing was going on in a more secure facility, what will happen in a less secure setting?

It seems to me like Maxwell is getting the elite treatment on one hand, but could potentially face the Epstein treatment on the other hand.

Here’s what everyone is saying:

Fox News reports:

Maxwell will be able to spend up to $360 a month at the commissary, which offers toiletries like a collagen elastin facial for $6.22 and snacks, including smoked gouda spread for $1.80 and Nutella for $4.90.

 

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ABC News adds:

She was moved on Friday, according to a source close to the defense.

The facility is different than what Maxwell’s attorneys had requested.

They asked that she serve her time in Danbury, Connecticut.



 

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