Federal judge Loretta Preska has ordered that five collections of Ghislaine Maxwell’s documents, stemming from her deposition in a defamation case brought by Virginia Guiffre, be posted to a public docket by tomorrow.
Maxwell is accused of procuring and sexually conditioning underage girls for billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein has been accused of supplying those girls to a number of high profile businessmen and politicians.
Guiffre has been one of Epstein’s most vocal accusers so it was only natural that she sued the woman who recruited her for the billionaire pedophile after Maxwell claimed that Giuffre had made up the sexual abuse allegations against her and Epstein.
According to Guiffre, Ghislaine Maxwell was far worse than Jeffrey Epstein when it came to abusing young women and girls.
“Ghislaine was much more conniving and smart than Epstein ever was,” Giuffre said.
“I know that woman. I’ve known her really well. Put it this way — Epstein was Pinocchio, and she was Gepetto.”
Giuffre had still more choice words for Maxwell.
“She is a monster. She’s worse than Epstein. She did things even worse than Epstein did. She was vicious. She was evil. And she’s a woman.”
While we’ll soon learn the contents of Maxwell’s 418-page deposition that was given as part of that now-settled defamation lawsuit Guiffre filed against her in 2015, we can make an educated guess at some of the prominent and powerful men who might be implicated.
In 2019 Project Veritas caught ABC News anchor Amy Robach on an open mic: “I’ve had this story for three years.”
“I had this interview with Virginia Roberts [Guiffre]…she told me everything. She had pictures… It was unbelievable what we had. We had Clinton. We had everything…”
Among others named were former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, Former Clinton Energy Secretary and New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, and Britain’s Prince Andrew…
It’s not a stretch to believe that Epstein who had no visible business interests, and whose list of friends included many more powerful icons of business and politics, used those associations as leverage to extort money or influence from those who participated in the sordid sexual activities he offered to them.
Holding the most heinous of compromise over so many international power players made Epstein and Maxwell powerbrokers in their own right…
What type of deals would Epstein and Maxwell have been capable of driving, and what would be the worth to American politicians and/or foreign governments?
If Russia intercepted the compromising files, or simply outbid others for it, would it have been salacious enough to convince U.S. politicians to say… give our secret missile technology to Russia (Skolkovo) … Or to sell uranium to a country Democrats insist is our enemy (Uranium One)?
If China, with their massive hacking campaign, intercepted the compromise would that have been sufficient to move our manufacturing base to the communist state and to allow them to penetrate our most sensitive national security files?
If that information was shared with their ally, Iran, would that have been enough to incentive pushing through the Iran Nuclear Deal?
What was the value to powerful and influential captains of industry… billionaires… to own the carbon tax market? The Paris Climate Accord? TPP? TTP? The list is almost as endless as the number of unexplainable legislative initiatives that have defined Congress’ eight percent approval rating.
There should be a lot more to come, if Maxwell lives to talk about it…