When it comes to Ghislaine Maxwell, I find myself shaking my head every single time I see her name.
For one, I can’t understand what she got out of procuring Epstein’s victims. Grooming and recruiting teenage girls for a grown man is disgusting, to say the least. For two, I can’t understand how she had a personal relationship with a predator. Some women never know they’re with a predator. She KNEW. And for three, I seriously can’t understand why Maxwell still clings to the belief that she somehow did good deeds in the world.
Now, I can’t decide what’s really going on, but I will tell you one thing. It stinks like five day old fish in a dumpster in the Texas heat (which happens to be 104° at the time of this writing.) If that doesn’t give you a feel for how suspicious this is, nothing will.
My attention was drawn to headlines claiming Ghislaine Maxwell is suicidal. Or, to be specific, that she is on suicide watch. Generally, the only way to land yourself on suicide watch is to be actually suicidal. But, her lawyer quickly tells us that Maxwell is, in fact, NOT suicidal. That’s where it all starts to smell bad. And I have my theories of where this will lead us.
First of all, it’s too late for Romeo and Juliet!
If Maxwell had been suicidal when Epstein “killed himself,” or in that same timeframe, then perhaps a Romeo and Juliet scheme might be fathomable. I mean, if my boyfriend/boss, ran a sex-trafficking ring in which I was a key player, up and killed himself right as we were brought down by law enforcement, I’d be pretty depressed. Especially when I realized I was holding the bag. “These violent delights have violent ends,” as Shakespeare once said. And in the American justice system, somebody’s got to pay for that.
But Maxwell pressed on. Perhaps believing she could somehow beat the wrap. But the trial didn’t go quite as planned. And in December of 2021, exactly six months ago, the jury said the fateful word: GUILTY. I’m always amused when criminals are surprised by these verdicts. But this case is especially amusing. Because according to Maxwell’s attorney, this suicide watch is making it hard for Maxwell to prepare for sentencing.
According to Insider:
[Maxwell] is due to be sentenced on June 28 and prosecutors have requested she spend a minimum of 30 years in prison.
But Maxwell’s attorney, Bobbi Sternheim, submitted a letter to US District Judge Alison Nathan on Saturday stating that she would seek to postpone Maxwell’s sentencing if her client remains on suicide watch.
Maxwell “is not suicidal,” Sternheim emphasized in the letter. She said staff at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York, placed her client on suicide watch on Friday “without having conducted a psychological evaluation and without justification.”
Jail staff also “abruptly removed” Maxwell from the general population and placed her in solitary confinement, Sternheim wrote, “this time without any clothing, toothpaste, soap, legal papers, etc.”
She added that jail staff provided Maxwell with a few sheets of a large piece of thick, tough fabric that can’t be cut, torn, twisted, or otherwise fashioned into a noose. Sternheim said Maxwell was also not permitted to possess and review legal documents, nor was she even permitted to have paper or a pen.and a “suicide smock,” meaning
“This has prevented her from preparing for sentencing,” Sternheim wrote. (Ding, ding, ding!)
Perhaps that is the purpose of the whole suicide watch, to delay the inevitable. Although it is quite bizarre that her attorney would orchestrate the whole suicide watch, and then declare her client isn’t actually suicidal.
The article continues:
Sternheim added that a psychologist evaluated Maxwell Saturday morning and determined Maxwell was not suicidal.
“If Ms. Maxwell remains on suicide watch, is prohibited from reviewing legal materials prior to sentencing, becomes sleep deprived, and is denied sufficient time to meet with and confer with counsel, we will be formally moving on Monday for an adjournment,” Sternheim wrote.
On behalf of every girl in the whole USA, I object.
Actually, Maxwell’s had three years to prepare herself. And a good six months of knowing what’s around the bend. Thus, I contend that a few days with extra eyes on her safety can’t impede her preparation for her sentencing. As my momma would say, “it is what it is.” Get on with it!
Which begs a question I’m sure you’ve already asked yourself. Is this a Clinton-style suicide watch? The kind where someone will “commit suicide” while under watchful eyes?
There are a lot of little Clinton factors to consider.
Starting with the fact that Bill Clinton is also a sexual predator. And you know what they say, “birds of a feather prey together”. These two playboys thought they were above the law. One is now dead, and the other has yet to learn his lesson. Speaking of the dead one, some say it was a particular portrait that cost Epstein his life. Maybe you remember it…
A Twitter user recently made a comment to Elon Musk: “It says it all that we heard more about Will Smith slapping Chris Rock than we heard about Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial. It is also ‘interesting’ that the account tracking the Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial got banned when it gained traction.”
The Tesla and SpaceX founder responded: “Where is their ‘client’ list? Shouldn’t at least one of them go down?”