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GHISLAINE MAXWELL : Found guilty on 5 of 6 counts
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RE: GHISLAINE MAXWELL : Jury Deliberating
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Julie [email protected] Miami Herald is the one to follow.

"The judge, the lawyers and Ghislaine Maxwell: a scorecard for watching the trial in New York

BY JULIE K. BROWN AND BEN WIEDER UPDATED NOVEMBER 28, 2021 9:30

"NEW YORK The eyes of the world are on a Manhattan courtroom as the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell gets underway Monday. Here are the legal teams that are presenting their cases and the judge who is in charge."

THE JUDGE ALISON NATHAN

"United States District Judge Alison Nathan was appointed to the federal bench by former president Barack Obama in 2011. Prior to serving as a federal judge, she clerked for the late Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, worked as counsel for the attorney general of New York and was an associate White House counsel and special assistant for Obama.

Nathan has presided over a number of high-profile copyright cases, including one in 2013 in which she ruled that two news organizations violated the copyright of a photographer by using for commercial purposes photos that had been posted on Twitter.

In February, Nathan took the rare step of asking the Department of Justice to open an investigation into possible misconduct by New York federal prosecutors who withheld evidence in a case involving an Iranian businessman charged with breaking U.S. sanctions by funneling millions of dollars to his family business in Iran. She also issued a blistering criticism of the office that handled the case.

Since being assigned to the Maxwell case, Nathan has made clear that she intends to keep the trial on track. She has issued a number of pre-trial rulings, including permitting prosecutors to use the word “victim” when discussing Maxwell’s accusers and allowing those accusers to testify anonymously using pseudonyms. She has also denied Maxwell bail on four occasions.."



continues on judge, prosecutors and defense attorneys.

https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/c...51297.html

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Post: #182
RE: GHISLAINE MAXWELL : Jury Deliberating
Will She Get a LIFE Sentence or Lethal Injection?
Oooooh What If She Suicides In JAIL?
Drum Roll Please.

Damn RACIST Judge and Jury Wont Convict Her.
You Know How DimDar Racist Are!

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Post: #183
RE: GHISLAINE MAXWELL : Jury Deliberating
"She faces a maximum of 70 years in prison on six counts:

conspiracy to entice a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts;

enticing a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts;

conspiracy to transport a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity;

transporting a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity;

conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of minors;

and sex trafficking of minors.

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FFS! Ian, why did your sister financially settle a civil suit in 2017 with Virginia Roberts for mega $$$$ ?

Are you actually as dumb & desperate as your asinine defenses of your sister indicate you are?





"Ghislaine Maxwell's brother Ian claims Prince Andrew has been 'cancelled' as a member of the Royal Family on 'dubious grounds' and hopes his sister will be 'exonerated so that she can help his case'

Andrew was 'cancelled' as a member of Royal Family on 'dubious grounds', Ghislaine Maxwell's brother claims

Ian Maxwell hopes his sister, Epstein's ex-girlfriend, will be 'exonerated' and Andrew can clear his own name

Ghislaine Maxwell's landmark sex trafficking trial is due to begin in New York on Monday
She is accused of recruiting children for Epstein to sexually abuse. Maxwell denies the allegations
Virginia Giuffre has sued Andrew in New York for alleged sexual abuse. He denies her claims
By JACK WRIGHT FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 06:40 EST, 29 November 2021 | UPDATED: 07:51 EST, 29 November 2021

cont:
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...ounds.html

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Virginia Giuffre Roberts vs Ghislaine Maxwell


"This one lawsuit unleashed a flood of stories unraveling Jeffrey Epstein mysteries and led to Ghislaine Maxwell's arrest on sex-trafficking charges"

Jacob Shamsian Nov 18, 2021, 11:18 AM

Ghislaine Maxwell's criminal case is the product of years of persistence from accusers seeking justice.
One of the counts against Maxwell alleges she lied in a deposition for a civil lawsuit from an accuser.
That lawsuit has led to the unsealing of thousands of pages of documents, flight logs, interviews, and emails about Jeffrey Epstein.

cont:
https://www.insider.com/virginia-giuffre...in-2021-11

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RE: GHISLAINE MAXWELL : Jury Deliberating
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Post: #188
RE: GHISLAINE MAXWELL : Jury Deliberating
Isabella  Wrote: (11-29-2021 03:37 PM)

https://twitter.com/jkbjournalist/status...gr%5Etweet[/Twitter]
Where's The BLM & Antifa RIOTS To SAVE Her?
Its starting to LOOK Like Zero F#CKS Were Given?
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RE: GHISLAINE MAXWELL : Jury Deliberating
It's been reported that the 4 women who will testify against Maxwell have settled with Epstein's estate.
Curious if that will be allowed in by the defense, Maxwell's lawyer(s) claim they're just looking to cash in again.
Pretty dumb defense since they obviously had the goods on Epstein.
Where Epstein was Maxwell was right there.


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Alleged victims to testify at trial

"The four alleged victims in the case are identified in the indictment as Minor Victims 1 through 4.

Maxwell was present and involved in some of the abuse alleged by Minor Victim-1, court documents say. That victim allegedly first met Maxwell when she was approximately 14 years old and was sexually abused by Epstein at his properties in New York and Florida, according to the indictment.

Maxwell "involved" the girl in group "sexualized massages" on Epstein, undressing in front of the girl and was present when Minor Victim-1 undressed in front of Epstein, the indictment says.

Minor Victim-2 traveled to New Mexico in 1996 where Epstein allegedly abused her at his ranch.

Maxwell allegedly groomed Minor Victim-2, giving her an unsolicited massage while she was topless. Maxwell also encouraged Minor Victim-2 to massage Epstein, according to the indictment.


Portrait of a loyal Jeffrey Epstein defender emerges from unsealed Ghislaine Maxwell deposition

Judge Alison Nathan ruled ahead of the trial that jurors would be instructed that they cannot convict Maxwell based on testimony regarding the sexual conduct between Epstein and a woman identified in the indictment as Minor Victim-3 because she was 17 at the time and therefore over the age of consent in the relevant jurisdictions.

Her testimony as a witness will still be relevant to the overall alleged conspiracy to entice minors to engage in illegal sexual conduct.

Allegedly befriending and grooming her, Maxwell introduced the young girl to Epstein in London when she was 17, according to the indictment.

Maxwell encouraged her to perform sexualized massages during which she was allegedly abused by Epstein in 1994 and 1995.

Minor Victim-4 first met Maxwell when she was recruited at approximately 14 years old to give sexualized massages to Epstein at his Palm Beach residence. Between 2001 and 2004, Minor Victim-4 was paid hundreds of dollars in cash for her interactions with Epstein during which he'd sexually abuse her, according to the indictment.

The victim also allegedly recruited other young females to provide sexualized massages on Epstein at his and Maxwell's request. At times, Maxwell called the victim from New York to schedule the massages on Epstein upon his return to Florida.
Maxwell also sent gifts from New York, including lingerie, to the victim's home in Florida, the indictment says.

Maxwell's counsel maintains she is innocent and was only charged because Epstein died.
What we might see in court


The trial, expected to last about six weeks, will proceed through the upcoming holidays, meaning Maxwell will likely celebrate her 60th birthday in federal prison on Christmas Day.

Jurors will see Maxwell unshackled sitting at the defense table in regular clothing and a medical face mask -- a requirement for all in attendance at court.

Maurene Comey, the daughter of former FBI Director James Comey, is one of the prosecutors trying the case.

The alleged victims and some other witnesses will testify under pseudonyms or by their first name, though the jury will be told their identities, according to court filings.

A former employee at Epstein's Palm Beach mansion will testify about an address book containing contact information for alleged underage victims and high-profile celebrities Epstein and Maxwell associated with, according to court documents."


It's unclear at this point if jurors will get to see a copy of the book during the trial."


cont:
https://www.cnn.com/2021/11/29/us/ghisla...index.html





https://www.cnn.com/2021/11/29/us/ghisla...index.html

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RE: GHISLAINE MAXWELL : Jury Deliberating
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-29-2021 04:49 PM)
Isabella  Wrote: (11-29-2021 03:37 PM)

https://twitter.com/jkbjournalist/status...gr%5Etweet[/Twitter]
Where's The BLM & Antifa RIOTS To SAVE Her?
Its starting to LOOK Like Zero F#CKS Were Given?

Trump cares, he wished her well when she was arrested,chuckle

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RE: GHISLAINE MAXWELL : Jury Deliberating
Ghislaine Maxwell is "not Jeffrey Epstein," defense says
By Luc Cohen and Karen Freifel


NEW YORK, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Ghislaine Maxwell's lawyer told a jury on Monday that the sex-abuse charges against the British socialite were for things that deceased financier Jeffrey Epstein had done and that the memories of the accusers had been "manipulated." Rofl

"The charges against Ghislaine Maxwell are for things that Jeffrey Epstein did, but she is not Jeffrey Epstein," defense attorney Bobbi Sternheim said.


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Maxwell is on trial in Manhattan federal court for recruiting and grooming four young girls for Epstein to abuse between 1994 and 2004. Epstein died in jail in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex-abuse charges.

Prosecutors say that Maxwell - a former employee and romantic partner of Epstein's - sent gifts such as lingerie and discussed sexual topics with the girls to win their trust before encouraging them to give Epstein erotic massages, according to the 2021 indictment against her.


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"She preyed on vulnerable young girls, manipulated them, and served them up to be sexually abused," Assistant District Attorney Lara Pomerantz said in the prosecution's opening statement.

Maxwell, 59, has pleaded not guilty to eight charges of sex trafficking and other crimes, including two counts of perjury that will be tried at a later date. Maxwell, who appeared in court wearing a white face mask amid the COVID-19 pandemic, faces up to 80 years in prison if convicted on all counts.


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Maxwell's trial comes in the wake of the #MeToo movement, which has encouraged victims of sexual abuse to speak out against powerful men such as movie producer Harvey Weinstein and R&B singer R. Kelly accused of misconduct. The case against Maxwell stands out in part because she is a woman.

Four accusers are expected to testify as government witnesses in the trial.


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Maxwell frequently wrote during the morning proceedings, sometimes handing notes to her lawyers.

Prosecutors have said that Maxwell encouraged the girls to massage Epstein while they were fully or partially nude. In some cases, Epstein or Maxwell would pay them cash or offer to pay for their travel or education, and Epstein sometimes masturbated or touched the girls' genitals during the massages, prosecutors said.

Pomerantz described Maxwell as "essential" to Epstein's abuse of the girls, seeking to undermine the defense's expected argument that she was not aware of Epstein's alleged crimes.[

"Sometimes, she was even in the room for the massages herself, and sometimes she touched the girls' bodies," Pomerantz said. "[b]And even when she was not in the room, make no mistake: she knew exactly what Epstein was going to do with those children when she sent them to him inside the massage rooms."





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https://www.reuters.com/world/us/opening...021-11-29/

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Liz and her 'false memories" sure worked out well for Weinstein and Durst.lol

Durst got life without parole and Weinsteins sitting in prison waiting on his Cali trial.



"Who is Elizabeth Loftus? 'False memories' expert to defend Ghislaine Maxwell in trial"

Psychologist allowed to testify at trial with testimony on sexual abuse has testified at Robert Durst and Harvey Weinstein's trials as well"

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By Srivats Lakshman

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Why Loftus' testimony matters
Amongst the many trials she has testified at, Loftus' words were vital during the trials of Robert Durst and Harvey Weinstein. "It doesn’t take a Ph.D. to know that memory fades over time," she said during Weinstein's trial. She added that interactions with law enforcement "can lead people to want to produce details." While it didn't help get Weinstein off the hook, Loftus' testimony was enough to poke holes in the prosecution's case.


It's something the prosecution in Maxwell's case knows, which is why they initially objected to her being called as a witness. Nonetheless, the judge sided with the defense but hasn't exactly ruled if it will be admissible in court. Her testimony is powerful, and because of her extensive work and accolades, she is often considered a safe bet for people like Maxwell. In fact, a 2021 profile by The New Yorker described Loftus as someone who has "changed the meaning of memory."


Maxwell’s lawyer Jeffrey Pagliuca wrote in a letter, "She will describe scientific research showing that false memories can be described with confidence, detail, and emotion, just like true memories." Pagliuca added, "her testimony will concern the workings of human memory... the characteristics of false memories, how memory fades and weakens over time, and how memory becomes more vulnerable to contamination." Basically, Maxwell's team wants Loftus to poke enough holes in the four women's stories for Maxwell to be off the hook.


That is indeed the job of the defense, so all eyes will be on the prosecution and how they respond to Loftus' testimony. It could be the difference between years in jail, and Maxwell walking out free. "



cont:
https://meaww.com/who-is-elizabeth-loftu...ies-expert

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January 21, 2020

"Focus on ISSTD History"

The Rise and Fall of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation

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"In late December 2019 the False Memory Syndrome Foundation (FMSF) announced its cessation, as of the end of the calendar year, not with a bang, but with a whimper, just a little note on the bottom of their website homepage.

As is well-known, the FMSF was created by Pamela and Peter Freyd, after the husband of their adult daughter, Professor Jennifer Freyd, privately accused Peter Freyd of sexually abusing her when she was a child. Peter and Pamela Freyd, along with Ralf Underwager, a psychologist and Lutheran minister, and his wife Hollida Wakefield, joined with accused parents and then spent considerable energy assembling a broader academic and intellectual group to add credibility to their claims that clients in therapy were ‘making up’ stories of abuse. They claimed, with increasing vigour, that their now adult children were victims of therapists who encouraged the recovery of ‘false memories’. A particular focus of the FMSF was the diagnosis of Dissociative Identity Disorder and controversies regarding alleged Satanic Ritual Abuse.

The Establishment of the Advisory Board

The FMSF, keen to appear like any other professional association, established a ‘Scientific and Professional Advisory Board’. A quick look at the Board suggests a rather cobbled-together group of disparate members. The list included, somewhat incongruously, Aaron T. Beck, widely regarded as the founder of modern cognitive therapy. Another Board member was Elizabeth Loftus, whose false memory research has been regarded by memory researchers as influential, but increasingly controversial, with original claims being regarded as over-stated (Crook & McEwen, 2019; Blizard & Shaw, 2019). Rather bizarrely, another was a magician, entertainer "



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"False memory researchers seemed to have made incongruous assumptions about what goes on in therapy or legal investigations. There is nothing that happens in therapy, nor in a legal investigation, that is anything like bringing in a trusted family member to lie to clients, along with possibly supplying some doctored photos! Perhaps the greatest problem of all has been the ongoing separation between researchers in the field and clinical practitioners, making research of limited applicability to the modern clinical setting. Meanwhile, two generations of therapists have studied incomplete and biased information about recovered memory, false memories and even trauma memory itself.

How did this all happen?

For a while, the power of the FMSF was such that it seemed that the only people in the world with false memories were those who reported child abuse.
It also seemed, again for a while, that their accused abusers could only possess accurate memories when they denied the abuse occurred. That this was swallowed by the public, the media and many professionals bears scrutiny."

cont:
https://news.isst-d.org/the-rise-and-fal...oundation/

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Post: #194
RE: GHISLAINE MAXWELL : Jury Deliberating
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-29-2021 04:49 PM)
Isabella  Wrote: (11-29-2021 03:37 PM)

https://twitter.com/jkbjournalist/status...gr%5Etweet[/Twitter]
Where's The BLM & Antifa RIOTS To SAVE Her?
Its starting to LOOK Like Zero F#CKS Were Given?


You sound disappointed, 'derp...


chuckle
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"In addition to the four women, witnesses in the trial are expected to include the alleged victims’ relatives, former employees of Epstein, and members of law enforcement who searched his homes.

The first witness to testify on Monday was Lawrence Visoski, a pilot who flew Epstein’s private jets from 1991 to 2019. These plane trips have been a subject of much interest for years, with many of Epstein’s influential friends — who included Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, and Prince Andrew — rumored to have flown with him.


Maxwell’s defense lawyer, Bobbi Sternheim, alluded to these powerful friendships in her opening statement, saying an “array of very, very interesting people” flew on Epstein’s plane, including politicians, scientists, celebrities, academics, and “even a former astronaut who became a senator.”

Visoski’s testimony will continue Tuesday, and it is not yet known if he will drop any famous names in his testimony, though he acknowledged Monday he did not always know exactly who he was flying. “That wasn’t my job, to jot down every person who flew on the aircraft,” he said.


Maxwell was arrested on July 20, 2020, after disappearing from the public eye for more than a year. (The FBI tracked Maxwell in Bradford, New Hampshire, using data and coordinates from her cell phone.) She was deemed a flight risk and has been held without bail since her arrest.

Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to all charges. In a pretrial court appearance, she told the court, "I have not committed any crimes."

In the defense’s opening statement, Sternheim cast doubt on the memories of Epstein’s accusers, who she called “untrustworthy, uncorroborated, and unreliable.”

She described some of the women as having a “troubled past” and using drugs. She also accused the women of exaggerating their stories “for a pay day” from Epstein’s victim compensation fund.


Sternheim wavered in her depiction of Epstein, describing him both as a master manipulator whose death “left a gaping hole in the pursuit of justice,” as well as a “bright, fascinating man” and a “21st century James Bond.” But she unequivocally praised Maxwell as “well-educated, well-traveled, [and] a graduate of Oxford,” and claimed she was being treated as a “scapegoat” for Epstein’s actions.

“Ever since [Adam and] Eve...women have been blamed for the bad behavior of men,” Sternheim said."



cont:
https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/jul...tein-trial

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