Prosecutors, defense argue during Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial

With Americans distracted by issues ranging from Manchin’s rejection of the Build Back Better bill to Slow Joe’s adoption of a new puppy in a desperate attempt to secure rights for his sunken ship themselves, the prosecution and defense in the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell gave their final arguments.

Ghislaine Maxwell, for those who have lived under thick rock, resisting disease news, is an English woman who teamed up with Jeffery Epstein and allegedly helped him recruit and rape young women, many of whom were minors.

During the closing argument, the prosecution alleges that Maxwell was part of Epstein’s sick plot and that she both helped him hunt and preyed on vulnerable young women he abused. sex.

In the words of prosecutor Alison Moe, “Maxwell and Epstein were a wealthy couple who used their privilege to prey on children from disadvantaged families. The way they choose these girls tells you that they are targeting vulnerable children. It’s no coincidence that Jane and Kate, Annie and Carolyn all come from single-mother households.

The Epoch Times reported that Moe also noted Maxwell’s damned “little black book,” a phone book that allegedly substantiated the allegations made by her accusers, and said:

“When you’ve been with someone for 11 years, you know what they like. Epstein liked girls with armpit hair. He likes to touch girls with armpit hair. Maxwell knows that. Make no mistake, Maxwell was crucial to the whole scheme. Epstein can’t do this alone, “Moe also accused.

Explaining the alleged scheme the couple made, “a middle-aged man invited a teenage girl to visit his ranch, come to his house and fly to New York, it was scary, ‘ Moe told the jury, referring to Epstein.

“But when that man is accompanied by a classy, ​​smiley, respectable, age-appropriate woman, that’s when things start to seem legit,” she said. “And when that woman encourages those girls to massage that man, when she acts as if it’s perfectly normal for a man to touch those girls, it leads them to into the trap. It allows the man to silence the alarm. “

The defense attempted to counter the prosecution’s closing argument by stating in its closing argument that Maxwell had been falsely accused and tried only for Epstein’s untimely death in prison and because her accusers are hoping for a large sum of money. In the words of Laura Menninger, Maxwell’s defense attorney:

The government in this case has now pivoted because Epstein isn’t here. Ghislaine Maxwell is not Jeffrey Epstein… Memories have been manipulated to support money.

A sentence has yet to be delivered and Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to the six counts she has been charged with. Prosecutors, defense argue during Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial


TaraSubramaniam is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. TaraSubramaniam joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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