This is all some kind of weird hoax, and it’s so frustrating that I don’t even have a theory as to what the purpose of the hoax is.
Federal prosecutors told a judge Monday that Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite charged with helping the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein feed his craving for underage girls, tried to flee apprehension from FBI agents right before they arrested her this month.
Prosecutors revealed Maxwell’s effort in a court filing as they argued that she is likely to flee the United States if granted bail of $5 million, or even more.
Prosecutors cited the millions of dollars that Maxwell has held in “dozens” of overseas bank accounts, her citizenship in France, and the fact that she tried to hide from FBI agents who arrested her in a $1 million New Hampshire hideaway purchased under under the name of a legal entity to conceal the actual owner.
“There will be no trial for the victims if the defendant is afforded the opportunity to flee the jurisdiction, and there is every reason to think that is exactly what she will do if she is released,” prosecutors wrote in a filing in U.S. District Court in Manhattan in advance of Maxwell’s detention hearing there Tuesday.
They called Maxwell “an extreme risk of flight.”
Prosecutors said they expect “one or more victims” will testify at the hearing.
Prosecutors said that Maxwell holds French citizenship, and if released on bail could flee to France and avoid extradition on the charges she faces in New York. France does not extradite its own citizens, the prosecutors noted.
Maxwell, 58, has asked a judge to release her on a $5 million personal recognizance bond, to be secured by a half-dozen signatories and more than $3 million in property.
She has been held without bail since her arrest, and denies the charges, which are based on claims that she helped Epstein recruit and groom girls as young as 14 to satisfy his sexual obsessions in the mid-1990s, and that she participated in the alleged abuse at times herself. She is also charged with perjuring herself by allegedly denying that conduct under oath during depositions in civil litigation.
If she was going to flee, then why was she in the US at all?
She has at least two other passports in countries in which she wasn’t under investigation (Britain and France), and the ability to get an Israeli passport if she doesn’t already have one. She could have been literally anywhere in the world.
But she was in New Hampshire.
An international Jew spy, who was working for the Mossad by all accounts, couldn’t figure out a way to avoid arrest while she was already in hiding? And the Jew-run US government that allowed this Jewish blackmail ring to happen for decades for some reason made a big thing of arresting her, even though they already knew where she was for months?
Did you know there isn’t even a single picture of her arrest?
I’m not saying she wasn’t arrested. She probably was. But there aren’t any pictures.