This is the federal government’s last chance to save any shred of credibility they may have left.  Personally, I doubt that even a shred still exists, but I will admit, I am as skeptical when it comes to the USG and their ability, or even willingness to ‘do good’ as anyone.

With any luck Ms. Maxwell and whatever evidence she had put aside in order to save her own ass, just in case a situation like this occurs, will be seen by the public and this enormous trafficking ring will be broken up, no matter how rich, powerful or influential the guilty are …

Opinion| Steven Ahle| Some of the rich and famous had trouble sleeping the last couple of nights after Epstein gal pal and pimp was arrested and held without bail.

Epstein’s Ponzi scheme partner, Steven Hoffenberg. says that Ghislaine Maxwell will spill her guts to federal prosecutors to get herself a lighter sentence.

He says she will not be able to cope with life in a prison where she would likely be kept in solitary confinement and placed on suicide watch.

Maxwell was indicted by a grand jury on charges of conspiracy to entice minors to engage in illegal sex acts, conspiracy to transport minors for illegal sex acts, transportation of a minor to engage in illegal sex acts, and perjury.

Maxwell has been accused of procuring underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein’s pleasure.

The girls would often be taken to Epstein’s private island for his pleasure and the pleasure of his guests. Bill Clinton has been rumored to be one of the guests.

If Maxwell tells everything she knows, so very famous people could be implicated in the sex ring run by Epstein and managed by Maxwell.

That includes Prince Andrew of Great Britain.

She might be better off staying in prison until she testifies because there are some people who might wish her harm.

From The DC:

Seventy-five-year-old Hoffenberg, who served 18 years in prison for masterminding one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in history with Epstein, told The Sun that Maxwell will “totally cooperate” with authorities. Epstein avoided jail time for his role in the Ponzi scheme, according to Hoffenberg, but later died of an apparent suicide in a New York City jail in August 2019 after being convicted of sex crimes.

“They knew where she was all the time [in New Hampshire],” Hoffenberg told the publication. “It was a question if America was going to take the case or not, now America has made up its mind to take the case.”

Hoffenberg reportedly maintains contact with Maxwell’s spokesperson, and told the Sun that Maxwell did not think she would be arrested.

If this woman ends up dead, you can count it as a sign that the justice system to broken beyond repair and that there will be no legal solution to the problem of child trafficking.

Steven Ahle

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