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This week, Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to a mere 20 years in federal prison for her part in poaching young girls for the late Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking nightmare.

Prosecutors wanted Maxwell to serve 30 to 55 years, while the defense asked for four to five years.

Maxwell’s verdict and sentencing, according to U.S. Attorney Damian Williams, prove:

“This sentence sends a strong message that no one is above the law and it is never too late for justice.”

But has justice been fully served, or is there more to come?

Don’t let Ghislaine Maxwell’s sentencing end this story. The list of client names must be revealed and dealt with properly.

— Chad Prather (@WatchChad) June 30, 2022

A Veritable List Of Who’s Who

Epstein and Maxwell were well connected with just about everyone, including politicians, lawyers, celebrities, and business leaders. CNN legal analyst Elie Honig rightly proclaims:

“I think prosecutors have a real obligation to dig all the way down to the bottom and bring anyone else who may have been part of this to justice.”

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So the question remains, who else was a part of this gross web of abuse, and who knowingly let it operate unabated?

I don’t want to live in a society that demands every detail of the Amber Heard Johnny Depp case but is somehow content without a single name from the Ghislaine Maxwell client list.

— Blaire White (@MsBlaireWhite) June 28, 2022

Bill Gates has felt the need to apologize repeatedly for his association with Epstein, denying any interactions with sex trafficking or knowledge of it.

Mr. Gates met with Epstein in 2010 for fundraising discussions. Mind you; Epstein had already been convicted in 2008 on charges of soliciting prostitution from minors. 

Mr. Gates said of his relationship with Epstein:

“At the time, I didn’t realize that by having those meetings, it would be seen as giving him credibility.”

Speaking of the 2008 conviction, we also have famed lawyer and writer Alan Dershowitz who was coincidentally one of the lawyers that helped negotiate the 2008 plea deal. The plea, by the way, allowed him to have his private wing of the jail he served time in, and during the day, he was allowed to be out free working in his office.

That sounds like my life, except I share my “jail wing” with a husband and two kids. Although come to think of it, at least he got peace and quiet in his jail wing. 

Mr. Dershowitz claims, “Everybody missed it.” regarding Epstein’s sex trafficking hobby. 

Finally, you get a touch of royalty with this disgusting saga. Prince Andrew famously settled a $10 million lawsuit with Virginia Guiffre over allegations that he participated in this sick sex ring. 

While profusely denying the claim, Prince Andrew ended up having to step down from his royal duties:

“I have asked her Majesty if I may step back from public duties for the foreseeable future, and she has given her permission.”

Yeah, I bet she did.

Presidential Perks?

Former President Trump even makes the guest list – temporarily. Epstein was reportedly banished from Mar-a-Lago for trying to get too cozy with an underage daughter of a club member. 

Then you have President Clinton. He allegedly flew on the famed “Lolita Express,” Epstein’s private plane named for its use to jet underage girls to his island for the pleasure of wealthy men. The former President shows up on 11 flight manifests; however, allegedly, he never participated in any lewd behavior with any young girls. Yeah, that sounds about right. 

After Epstein’s ‘apparent suicide’ in his jail cell, a re-emergence of the old conspiracy theory #ClintonBodyCount bubbled up with memes and one-liners. While his death has been deemed a suicide, some think foul play was afoot.

I FOUND IT- THE BEST EPSTein DIDNT KILL HIMSELF MEME https://t.co/QFfSPZToJ6

— Madeline Dawson (@DawsonMaddie) November 8, 2019

Dr. Michael Baden, hired by Epstein’s brother, said there are lots of reasons to believe he didn’t commit suicide, one of which being the breaks in his neck:

“There were fractures of the left, the right thyroid cartilage, and the left hyoid bone. I have never seen three fractures like this in a suicidal hanging.”

The guards who were supposed to check on him every 30 minutes didn’t check on him for over eight hours. The camera that would’ve shown Epstein’s cell door just happened not to be working that night.

I’m no Columbo or Hercule Poirot…but that seems pretty irregular. Since Epstein’s ‘suicide’ modeling agent and longtime associate Jean Luc Brunel also died by suicide in his prison cell. Hmmm…weird. 

Will There Ever Be Closure?

Maxwell said at her sentencing:

“I am sorry for the pain that you’ve experienced. I hope my conviction…brings you closure.”

I can’t speak for the victims whose lives were and will forever be changed by the evilness of Epstein, Maxwell, and those that allowed for their torment. But what I can say is I certainly still have questions.

One of the victim’s lawyers, Brad Edwards, promised:

“We will keep pushing forward until the whole range of other people are known, what they did and what they didn’t do.”

When reporters shouted; “How about Bill Clinton?” he replied:

“How about Bill Clinton? There are a lot of people that have a lot of information. We’ve said for a long time ‘they know things.’”

With so many high-profile people surrounding these two monsters, it’s tough to believe that none of them participated in any of it, let alone at least knew what was happening. I’m with Elon Musk on this one:

“Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares. Doesn’t that seem odd?”

It does seem odd, except its regular business for mainstream media to either not care about things that make the elite look terrible or at least spend as little time covering it as possible.

Perhaps the most outspoken victim, Virginia Giuffre, has the most chilling statement:

“He told me a long time ago that everyone owes him favors. They’re all in each other’s pockets.”

The question we may never know is who all were in Epstein and Maxwell’s pockets and just how deep?

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