Conviction of Ghislaine Maxwell Raises New Questions

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Towards the end of December, Jeffrey Epstein madam Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty on five separate counts of sex trafficking. Due to the role she played in helping Epstein access and sexually abuse underage girls, Maxwell is facing 6.5 decades of incarceration.

With Maxwell having recently turned 60, there is a very strong likelihood that she’ll be in prison for the rest of the time she’s alive. Many of the women who were abused by Epstein and Maxwell as young girls have expressed relief upon seeing one of their abusers be held accountable.

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Thus far, Maxwell’s lawyers claim they’re working on getting her conviction appealed; however, this is highly unlikely to go anywhere meaningful or overturn her conviction.

Nevertheless, Maxwell finally being taken down has raised a series of new questions that Americans should know about.

The Ghislaine Maxwell Saga Continues

At this point in time, one of the biggest questions on everyone’s mind is whether or not Maxwell is going to spill the beans on all the men who abused underage girls between 1994 and 2004.

While Epstein was definitely an abuser, he was far from the only one. Epstein and Maxwell also made a point of trafficking underage girls to countless men with power, status, and wealth.

Some names to come out (such as Prince Andrew) have been released by accusers and also found in the Epstein flight logs (Kevin Spacey, Chris Tucker, Bill Clinton, and others).

However, there is no doubt that many more people who engaged in this sex trafficking ring have yet to be called out and held accountable. This could change if Maxwell decides to spill the beans.


Yet, judging from what’s already known about Maxwell’s character, or lack thereof, she’s unlikely to hand over the names of the men she helped traffick underage girls to, unless she determines there’s something in it for her.

How Deep Does the Web Go?

It’s become readily apparent to anyone paying attention that the Epstein-Maxwell sex trafficking ring went very high up. Right now, there are calls for anyone who engaged in abusing these underage girls to be held accountable.

However, in some troubling news, Maxwell’s attorneys have apparently made a deal with the Justice Department that involves the concealment of information about others involved in this pedophile ring.

Many Americans believe the conviction of Maxwell should be the beginning, rather than the end. Others believe despite Maxwell’s guilt, it is ultimately determined that she’ll take the fall for both her crimes and the crimes of others involved.

Do you think Ghislaine Maxwell will eventually spill the beans on who else had a hand in the rapes and trafficking of underage girls between 1994 and 2004? We’d love your insight on this matter.