The plot thickens. …
Ghislaine Maxwell was reportedly thrown into solitary confinement following a high-profile interview. The official reason given was that she stands accused of cutting a profit from the interview.
It cannot be ignored that during that interview she made several seismic comments; one of those being that she believed Epstein was killed and did not commit suicide.
Americans are patiently waiting for the Epstein client list to be revealed and official sources have claimed that the list will be made public soon. …
We will bring you more updates as they become available to us, but for now, be sure that the fallout from the Epstein sex-trafficking ring is about to become fully apparent:
Ghislaine Maxwell Reportedly Thrown Into Solitary Confinement After Saying Epstein Was Murdered. Where are the lists. This should be standard procedure after these convictions. Who are they protecting 😈😈😈😈 https://t.co/plIo7Vyo0z
— kevin waterbury (@WaterburyKevin) March 1, 2023
🔴 Ghislaine Maxwell Got an Unpleasant Visit in Cell 'About Two Weeks' After Her Jailhouse Interview Last Monthhttps://t.co/8XigDgjzRi
— Resist the Mainstream (@ResisttheMS) March 1, 2023
Western Journal reports:
Maxwell made headlines for several remarks made during those interviews.
One much-publicized comment was that she believed Epstein, contrary to the official narrative, did not commit suicide in his jail cell in 2019.
“I believe that he was murdered,” Maxwell said.
When she heard the news of his death, “I was shocked,” she said. “And I wondered how it had happened.
Because as far as I was concerned, he was going to … I was sure he was going to appeal. And I was sure that he was covered under the non-prosecution agreement.”
It has been 426 days since Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted of sex trafficking CHILDREN. Exactly zero people on her CLIENT LIST have been arrested, let alone publicly identified.
The state releasing an ASSOCIATE list means NOTHING. I want the CLIENT list that the @FBI has! https://t.co/XGiA5lPitJ
— Ghislaine Maxwell Counter (@MaxwellCounter) March 1, 2023
Ghislaine Maxwell has asked a US appeals court to throw out her conviction for helping Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse teenage girls, saying a slew of errors marred her trial and prosecutors made her a scapegoat because the financier was dead.#trialhttps://t.co/zss1hy06XU
— The Jerusalem Post (@Jerusalem_Post) March 1, 2023
Daily Mail claims the official reason for her confinement was alleged profiteering from her interview:
She protested her innocence but was marched off to the Special Housing Unit (SHU) – a ‘prison within a prison’ comprising tiny, grim cells where inmates are locked up for 23 hours at a time and fed through slits in the door.
‘About two weeks after the show was on TV, Max was just minding her own business when they came in, turned her around and handcuffed her,’ a source told DailyMail.com.
‘She got really upset, she was crying, she was yelling that she hadn’t received any money, but nobody saw her again for three days.
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