The New York Post has created a top ten list of people with the most to fear since Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffery Epstein’s pedophile groomer, was arrested in New Hampshire last week.
“Since no one was closer to the multimillionaire pedophile than Maxwell, whose network stretched from New York to France, Israel, Buckingham Palace and the Caribbean,” says the New York Post, “those in the know are undoubtedly fretting over the dirt she could dish to keep herself out of jail.”
Media reports say that Maxwell is anxious to cooperate with federal authorities.
“I think the U.S. attorney’s office has lots of evidence against her,” Former federal prosecutor Francey Hakes told Fox News. There are at least three victims who all tell similar stories. There has been speculation in the media that Ghislaine Maxwell actually has video of some of these sexual assaults that have taken place over the years if that’s true, she will be providing that to the U.S. Attorney’s office.”
Hakes cited Maxwell’s privileged upbringing and luxurious life as reasons that Maxwell might seek a deal from federal prosecutors.
The Post list includes Prince Andrew, who has been out of public life since the renewed investigation of Epstein; Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, who the New York Post said: “admitted that he visited Epstein at two of his New York homes and flew to Epstein’s notorious Pedophile Island hideaway once, though he denied participating in any sex parties or orgies at the swanky retreat.”
Also included are former President Bill Clinton; Obama Treasury Secretary Larry Summers; former New Mexico Gov. and Clinton adviser, Bill Richardson; and former Sen. George Mitchell.
“In my contacts with Mr. Epstein I never observed or suspected any inappropriate conduct with underage girls,” said Mitchell. “I only learned of his actions when they were reported in the media related to his prosecution in Florida. We have had no further contact.”
Virginia Giuffre claims she was kept by Epstein as a sex slave at age 16 and ordered to have sex with both Mitchell and Richardson. Giuffre is represented David Boies, who prosecuted Microsoft for anti-trust violations and represented presidential candidate Al Gore during the voting errors in Florida that saw Gore lose to George W. Bush in 2000.
One notable name missing from the New York Post list is President Trump, who the liberal media often tries to tie to Epstein as both owned mansions on Palm Beach Island. But the media has almost completely dropped the pretense of Trump being involved with Epstein as evidence suggested Trump helped investigators with information about Epstein.
Author: John Ransom
Source: The USA Wire: Guess who: NY Post names those with most to fear from Ghislaine Maxwell’s arrest