Ghislaine Maxwell Found Guilty in Epstein Sex Trafficking Case – Details Sealed by the Judge
Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty on Wednesday of 5 of 6 counts.
Important details about the case were sealed by the judge and it appears as if the cover -up is almost complete. We have to ensure that the entire Epstein network is exposed and held accountable for their crimes. Of course, this includes the crimes against children, but it is not limited to that alone. This network is responsible for committing multiple offenses and crimes ranging from money laundering, racketeering, extortion & blackmail schemes, and human trafficking.
I am sure that is just the top of the list as well...
Maxwell worked as Jeffrey Epstein’s pimp for years and the DOJ knew they were running girls as young as 12 but they refused to act.
Maxwell pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from her role as Epstein’s ‘madam’ from 1994 to 2004.
Maxwell faced the following charges:
Count One: Conspiracy to Entice Minors to Travel to Engage in Illegal Sex Acts.
Count Two: Enticement of a Minor to Travel to Engage in Illegal Sex Acts.
Count Three: Conspiracy to Transport Minors with Intent to Engage in Criminal Sexual Activity.
Count Four: Transportation of a Minor with Intent to Engage in Criminal Sexual Activity.
Count Five: Sex Trafficking Conspiracy.
Count Six: Sex Trafficking of a Minor.
Counts Seven and Eight: Perjury (stemming from allegedly false deposition testimony during a civil suit).
The child sex abuser was found guilty on 5 counts and faces 65 years in prison:
The British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted Wednesday of luring teenage girls to be sexually abused by the American millionaire Jeffrey Epstein.
The verdict capped a monthlong trial featuring sordid accounts of the sexual exploitation of girls as young as 14, told by four women who described being abused as teens in the 1990s and early 2000s at Epstein’s palatial homes in Florida, New York and New Mexico.
Jurors deliberated for five full days before finding Maxwell guilty of five of six counts.
She faces the likelihood of years in prison — an outcome long sought by women who spent years fighting in civil courts to hold Maxwell accountable for her role in recruiting and grooming Epstein’s teenage victims and sometimes joining in the sexual abuse.