Fed Court Rules Ghislaine Maxwell Must Release Deposition…More Names Are Coming…Here are a Few to Get You Started

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With the ever-growing hodgepodge of political rhetoric being forced down America’s throat, it’s no wonder how a story of lesser significance might get buried in the enormous pile of debris. What’s of the utmost importance today will be shoved aside tomorrow for something of even greater magnitude.

This does not mean the news we heard yesterday is any less important than that of what we are hearing today, it simply means, in keeping with our human nature, we’ve moved on. But while we’re speeding forward, let’s not forget who and what we’re leaving behind. She’s rotting in a prison cell. She has a list of names. Her name is Ghislaine Maxell.

Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s pedophile pimp to the world’s wealthiest perverted old dudes, made worldwide headlines when the law finally busted down her door and tossed her in the pokey. After all, the lady has the goods on some very well known and well-respected upper-crust society folk who are no doubt sweating mortar shells.

Maxwell has not given up the ghost yet. Her lawyers recently filed to block the release of a controversial deposition given in a civil lawsuit that has since been settled. Because Maxwell faces a number of overlapping cases, the attorneys also filed to consolidate the many appeals since they are for the most part, identical.

After two-hours of hashing things out, a federal appeals court said no way. The request to reverse the lower courts ruling to release an April 2016 deposition, all 418 pages of it, was shot down like a clay pigeon. The deposition will more than likely shed floodlights on the juicy stuff we all want to know. The names. Who done it… Who are pedophiles we’ll be surprised to learn about?

“We have reviewed all of the arguments raised by Defendant-Appellant Maxwell on appeal and find them to be without merit. We DENY the motion to consolidate this appeal with the pending appeal in United States v. Maxwell.”

Virginia Giuffre, who at 17-years-old was recruited by Maxwell at Donald Trumps Mar-A-Lago club in 2000, was relieved by the federal court’s decision. Her high-profile attorney, David Boies, had this to say. “It is an important step towards vindicating the public interest in understanding the scope and scale of Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking ring and the efforts made to conceal it.”

It stands to reason how every prominent person Giuffre claims to have abused her has adamantly denied all allegations. Not only was she abused by the grandmaster Epstein himself, but Giuffre said Maxwell also forced her to service the needs of the following people.

Prince Andrew, who she claimed sweated like a roasting pig, former Sen. George Mitchell, former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, hotelier Tom Pritzker, and well known in all of the wrong circles, attorney Alan Dershowitz. If you’re disappointed, don’t be. Other names will follow.

Dershowitz, being the skilled maggot attorney he is, made the wild claim that he was pleased with the court’s decision. He said the release of the information will prove his innocence. “I want every bit of evidence made public because I have nothing to hide.” We’ll see about that, buddy…

Maxwell believes her own words as stated in the previous deposition will hinder her ability to receive a fair trial. The truth shall not set her free. Already in boiling water, Maxwell is staring at four counts of sex trafficking of a minor for recruiting just three of the many girls sexually abused by the guy who didn’t kill himself, and for pimping them out to old fat guys.

She was also charged for joining in on the fun by helping abuse one of the girls, and with two counts of perjury for the very same lies she spit out of her foul mouth, but just unsuccessfully attempted to have buried, from her April 2016 deposition. Her words can now be used against her,

The federal court ruling stated, “the District Court (the lower court) correctly held that the deposition materials are judicial documents to which the presumption of public access attaches, and did not abuse its discretion in rejecting Maxwell’s meritless arguments that her interests superseded the presumption of access.”

As of yet, no date has been given for when the deposition will be released for the public to ogle over, but keep your seat belts ready to buckle at any time. This could be a crazy ride.

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