Jeffrey Epstein’s Accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell is Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for Child Sex Crimes

Ghislaine Maxwell, the accomplice of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for her role in the infamous child sex trafficking ring that served the political and corporate elite.

Maxwell’s lawyers begged for leniency from the courts. Prosecutors demanded a sentence between 30 and 55 years for Maxwell. Ultimately, the judge complied with the recommendation from federal probation officials to give Maxwell 20 years in prison.

Maxwell was convicted on Dec. 29 on five of six charges that she faced. She was convicted of sex trafficking, conspiracy to entice minors to travel across state lines for criminal sexual acts, conspiracy to transport underaged individuals for the purposes of criminal sexual acts, transportation of a minor for the purposes of criminal sexual acts, and conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of underaged persons.

While addressing the court, Maxwell attempted to blame Epstein for her actions.

“I empathize deeply with all of the victims in this case. I also acknowledge that I have been convicted of helping Jeffrey Epstein commit these crimes,” she said.

“And despite the many helpful and positive things I have done in my life and will continue to do … I know that my association with Epstein and this case will forever and permanently stain me,” Maxwell continued.

“Jeffrey Epstein should have been here before all of you, he should have stood before you all those years ago, he should have stood before you in 2005, again in 2009, and again in 2019,” she added.

Big League Politics has reported on Maxwell being suspiciously placed on suicide watch in jail despite allegedly not being suicidal:

The attorney for Ghislaine Maxwell, the accomplice of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, said that the prison where Maxwell is being housed awaiting sentencing has put her on suicide watch, even though she has exhibited no suicidal tendencies.

“Ms. Maxwell was abruptly removed from general population and returned to solitary confinement,” attorney Bobbi Sternheim wrote in a letter Saturday to Judge Alison Nathan, who is presiding over the case. Maxwell was put on suicide watch on Friday.

As a result of the decision, Sternheim is arguing that Maxwell’s solitary confinement has “prevented her from preparing for sentencing,” which is scheduled to take place on Tuesday.

Sternheim said that the prison placed Maxwell on suicide watch without any psychological evaluation being administered “and without justification.” A psychologist examined Maxwell and “determined she is not suicidal” on Saturday, the attorney claimed.

If Maxwell is offed while behind bars, it will not be a loss for humanity. However, it will keep Maxwell from exposing the clientele of the world’s elite who she served with her pedophile partner Epstein.

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