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On the 29th of November, Ghislaine Maxwell has fronted a Federal court in the US on six charges. Two of perjury to be heard at a different date and four further charges of conspiracy to entice minors, enticement of minors, conspiracy to transport minors and transporting of minors. She has pleaded not guilty on all charges.

The four witnesses that have come forward as victims have had their day in court. Three of them used an alias to protect their identities. The fourth witness used her real name. These four women have testified that Ms Maxwell befriended them, built up their trust and was complicit in all the above-mentioned crimes.

Ms Maxwell was more than just a personal assistant to the late Jeffrey Epstein. She was his second in charge. These four women say in detail how Ms Maxwell enticed them to work for Mr Epstein as a masseuse and to get paid handsomely while doing so. It was not long after being hired that the young women were used to fulfil Mr Epstein’s sexual tastes for minor girls. The witnesses claim that Ms Maxwell was also involved in some of these sexual exploits and has been implicated as the person who recruited these young women.

Former employees have been called upon to stand witness. A former housekeeper confirmed that the address book that has been used as evidence was real. She confirmed that she was privy to many of the activities inside the home. Former pilots attest that the flight logs are not complete and confirm the girls were on some of these flights. A lot of the evidence is not shown to the public or media, only the jurors have seen it all. Videos, photos, flight logs, address books that have been redacted.

These young women’s testimonies painted a very telling tale of Ms Maxwell’s involvement in Mr Epstein’s proclivities. For ten days the prosecution sought justice for the women who were allegedly manipulated and abused by a powerful couple, with money, prestige and a wealthy circle of high power associates. According to the women who at the time were just girls, they felt they had no choice but to go along. They felt trapped, having nobody to turn to, and having no power against these wealthy people. They have spoken to the FBI in previous years, but there had been no justice for them.

The defence had their turn to produce witnesses, 35 in total, asking the judge to use an alias for them to protect their identity. The motion was denied as the witnesses were not victims of crime.
The defence used three witness testimonies over two days of questioning. Two witnesses were called upon from the years after the events had happened. The third witness was a former personal assistant to Ms Maxwell. High praise was uttered for her. Their psychiatric witness, who was stating that these women’s memories were diluted and they suffered from dissociative disorder. Ms Maxwell denied testifying stating that the prosecution has failed to prove their case.

Ms Maxwell has been implicated in a sex trafficking ring, along with numerous high profile names. The names on the flight logs that traveled with these young women at the time are shocking.
Mr Epstein had been in jail for sexual crimes on a minor before his death.



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