Officials are already warning Ghislaine Maxwell will take her own life while in custody, almost one year after they claim Epstein did the same. But while reports also claim Maxwell will “name names,” is there any evidence the Gov’t will do anything about it if she does?
On today’s edition of ‘Why Isn’t Anyone Talking About This?’ federal officials are already warning that they fear Ghislaine Maxwell will take her own life while in custody on charges related to her involvement in Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking ring. While they claim they are taking precautions to make sure that doesn’t happen, the timing could not be more notable as we approach the one-year anniversary of when official claimed Epstein took his own life while in custody in New York.
In the last year, aside from the additional autopsy, which suggested Epstein’s death was a homicide and the reports that more than $12 million has been transferred to his mysterious Virgin Islands banks since his death, we have received very few answers to the countless questions surrounding his case. Instead, federal officials continue to claim it was a “perfect storm” that led to Epstein’s reported death.
But when you break down that storm, you find that after Epstein was arrested on July 6, 2019, he reportedly attempted suicide on July 23 and was put on suicide watch. But then he suddenly was taken off suicide watch less than a week later, and his cellmate was moved to another cell, leaving Epstein alone. Then on the night before August 10, the security cameras outside Epstein’s cell apparently malfunctioned, all while the prisoner guards who were supposed to be checking on him every 30 minutes slept and shopped online.
Now the same people are warning that the public shouldn’t be surprised if Ghislaine Maxwell meets the same fate under the same mysterious circumstances. Meanwhile, reports are also claiming Maxwell is ready to “name names” to save herself from spending years in prison.
Yet when it comes to names, those of Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell and their associations with Les Wexner, Jean Luc Brunel, Prince Andrew, Donald Trump, Bill Clinton and so many others have been in the public for years, and the U.S. Government has done nothing to stop them. So, even if Maxwell does live long enough to “name names,” there is no guarantee anything will come from it—and that is something everyone should be talking about.