Maxwell said jail staff threatened her safety, prompting suicide watch

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Maxwell said jail staff threatened her safety, prompting suicide watch
Maxwell refused to elaborate about why she feared for her safety, prosecutors said. She told the psychology staff she was not suicidal.
By REUTERS
Published: JUNE 26, 2022

Ghislaine Maxwell reported Brooklyn jail staff threatened her safety, prompting employees to place her on suicide watch, prosecutors said on Sunday, arguing there was no need to delay her sentencing on sex trafficking charges. Maxwell, 60, is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday for her December conviction for helping her then-boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein, the globe-trotting financier and convicted sex offender, abuse girls between 1994 and 2004. Prosecutors say she deserves between 30 and 55 years in prison.

In court filings on Saturday, Maxwell's lawyers said she was placed on suicide watch at the Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) and asked for a delay to her sentencing. On Sunday, prosecutors argued no delay was needed because Maxwell had her legal documents and could get the same amount of sleep. They said Maxwell was transferred after reporting threats to her safety by MDC staff to the federal Bureau of Prisons' inspector general. Maxwell refused to elaborate about why she feared for her safety, prosecutors said. She told the psychology staff she was not suicidal.

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Maxwell said jail staff threatened her safety, prompting suicide watch
Maxwell refused to elaborate about why she feared for her safety, prosecutors said. She told the psychology staff she was not suicidal.
By REUTERS
Published: JUNE 26, 2022

Ghislaine Maxwell reported Brooklyn jail staff threatened her safety, prompting employees to place her on suicide watch, prosecutors said on Sunday, arguing there was no need to delay her sentencing on sex trafficking charges. Maxwell, 60, is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday for her December conviction for helping her then-boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein, the globe-trotting financier and convicted sex offender, abuse girls between 1994 and 2004. Prosecutors say she deserves between 30 and 55 years in prison.

In court filings on Saturday, Maxwell's lawyers said she was placed on suicide watch at the Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) and asked for a delay to her sentencing. On Sunday, prosecutors argued no delay was needed because Maxwell had her legal documents and could get the same amount of sleep. They said Maxwell was transferred after reporting threats to her safety by MDC staff to the federal Bureau of Prisons' inspector general. Maxwell refused to elaborate about why she feared for her safety, prosecutors said. She told the psychology staff she was not suicidal.

more.............. https://www.jpost.com/international/article-710464

She SHOULD fear for her safety every single day, for however much longer God allows her to live. I'm not quite sure how locking her up in "suicide watch" is supposed to keep her safe; it did not seem to help keep her lover, Epstein alive. It actually seems to increase the likelihood of her being "Epsteined" just out of range of the cameras.

I have long ago given up hope that she will be forced into "naming names" because it's very obvious that powerful people; celebs and more importantly, politicians on both the Dim and Republican side will be outed for what they are, so whatever happens to her will suffice as justice.
 

fl2007rn

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I believe Maxwell has every reason to believe she will be killed in prison based on what happened to Jeffrey Epstein! She is a target because there are very powerful people that could be implicated based on the things Maxwell knows.

Maxwell deserves a long prison sentence but what about the rich and famous people that she catered to? (Bille Clinton, Prince Andrew, etc) I dought these men will ever face any earthy justice but they cannot hide their dirty sins from God.
 
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