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Juror Admits to swaying votes in Ghislaine Maxwell case

Ghislaine Maxwell was the right hand to Jefferey Epstein. Just last week the court found Maxwell guilty on 5 out of 6 counts. She pleaded not guilty to all charges. Maxwell was found guilty of sex trafficking of a minor, transporting a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity, and three related counts of conspiracy. She was acquitted on one charge of enticing a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts. She faced up to 65 years in jail and has been planning to appeal since she was first found guilty. 

Many inquire about the overly quiet trial of Ghislaine Maxwell. It is believed that privacy was being granted to protect not only the victims of Epstein and Maxwell but also protect the accused. American citizens must trust their government, however, strung together with Maxwell are names engrained in many history textbooks.  Names such as senators, former President Clinton, and  Former President Donald Trump. It is illicit that the people of America believe in the constitution and acknowledge the “innocent until proven guilty” amendment and understand it.  Another alleged friend of Epstein and Maxwell is Prince Andrew. Focus shifted from Maxwell to Prince Andrew, upon the guilty conclusion of her trial. With one of his alleged victims attempting to take him to civil court in New York, the Prince’s legal team continues to grasp at anything they believe could have the lawsuit dismissed. As they currently waiting on a “request for documents” to be turned over by January 14.

Last Wednesday, a juror from the Ghislaine Maxwell case reached out to the press saying that they had been sexually abused when they were younger and kept their abuse in mind when it came time to sentence Maxwell guilty. The juror claims to have also influenced other jurors who doubted witnesses. Her attorneys are looking for a mistrial.  Many question if the juror has been tampered with in the days following the trial.



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