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Ghislaine Maxwell made the choice to conspire with Jeffrey Epstein for years, “working as partners in crime and causing devastating harm to vulnerable victims,” federal prosecutors declared Wednesday night in Manhattan. Following the statement, prosecutors then asked a judge to sentence the child-selling madame to 30 years in prison — arguably the rest of her life.

On Thursday, the NY Times reported that Maxwell, 60, is to be sentenced next Tuesday in Federal District Court in Manhattan. According to the Times, Maxwell's lawyers were asking for far less time — claiming that prosecutors made an example out of her and only prosecuted her because Epstein killed himself.

The government decided to prosecute Maxwell to appease Epstein's victims and “repair the tarnished reputations” of the Justice Department and the Bureau of Prisons, in whose custody the disgraced financier died, according to her lawyers. As if charging one of the main culprits in a child trafficking ring is a form of "appeasement" for the victims... They further went on to claim that Maxwell — who trafficked children for Epstein and his client for more than a decade — was a victim of Epstein.

Prosecutors disagreed. “Instead of showing even a hint of acceptance of responsibility,” the office of Damian Williams, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, wrote, “the defendant makes a desperate attempt to cast blame wherever else she can.”

The prosecutors said Ms. Maxwell’s attempt “to cast aspersions on the government for prosecuting her, and her claim that she is being held responsible for Epstein’s crimes, are both absurd and offensive.”

“Maxwell was an adult who made her own choices,” the government added. “She made the choice to sexually exploit numerous underage girls.”

The court wrote that it was difficult to put in words, the harm caused by Maxwell to her victims and shifted the narrative, implying that Epstein was the sole abuser.

“They were children who experienced what can only be described as a recurring nightmare: again and again, they found themselves alone with Maxwell and Epstein in terrifying mansions where they were sexually abused and physically violated,” the prosecutors wrote.

Like the federal case, the NY Times article stopped short of inquiring about any of the other clients besides Epstein, facilitating a massive miscarriage of justice and a kick in the teeth to the dozens of child victims abused by global elite visiting Epstein's child rape island on the Lolita Express. 

As of yet, the only person on that client list to be named publicly — subsequently paying out millions of dollars to an alleged victim — is Prince Andrew, who is not a US citizen.

Andrew was sued for the sexual assault of Virginia Giuffre, a girl trafficked by Epstein and Maxwell while she was under the age of consent. The case was settled out of court in February, with Andrew making a “substantial donation” to Giuffre’s charity supporting the rights of victims of sexual abuse.

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But hundreds of other public figures, ranging from Hollywood actors and musicians to high-profile politicians, are known to have associated with Epstein, including former president Bill Clinton, who flew on the financier’s plane, the ‘Lolita Express’, to his private island at least 26 times, as well as Donald Trump, Bill Gates, former Senator John Glenn, former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, actors Kevin Spacey and Chris Tucker and violinist Itzhak Perlman, who are also reported to have made the same trip.

Last December, Maxwell was found guilty for her crimes — which consisted of delivering children to rich pedophile men. Unfortunately, however, it is extremely likely that the men who participated in this child sex trade, will never face any consequences, which is why Musk made the tweet.

Instead of pressing Maxwell to reveal her clients, in April, a court quietly decided to reduce her sentence by ten years.

As TFTP has reported, since Epstein's arrest, multiple revelations have come to light which show how difficult it is to hold those accountable who aided and abetted this trafficking ring.

The revelations led to a myriad of connected insiders getting exposed for their roles in helping to cover up the abuse but none of them have fallen.

In 2019, a federal judge made a bombshell ruling which stated that the prosecutors who worked under former Miami U.S. Attorney Alex Acosta—later appointed to Trump's Labor Secretary—broke the law when handling the case of the billionaire pedophile.

However, instead of accountability, Acosta was ruled to have used "poor judgement" and was allowed to step down from his position and quietly fade away without going to jail.

This has been the status quo since Epstein was first convicted. This man was a convicted child molester and sexually abused no less than 40 underage girls. Despite this fact, Acosta protected him while serving as a U.S. Attorney in Florida.

Instead of going to prison for life, as he should've considering the evidence against him, Epstein only got 13 months and was allowed to stay in the Palm Beach County Jail in his own private cell where he was allowed to leave the prison six days a week for "work release."

This is why no one else will likely go down and the little black book with everyone's name in it will fade into the background, eternally in the shadow of the "current thing."

Until the someone is charged or a client list released, we can come to one assumption — every single one of these people who refuses to release it — is in on it.