The feds say they are so afraid that Ghislaine Maxwell will commit suicide in prison that they have stripped her clothes. Twitter responds
Federal officials are so worried that Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime confidante Ghislaine Maxwell will commit suicide in prison, they have stripped him of his clothes and sheets and put him in paper clothes in detention, an official said. The Associated Press.
Maxwell was stopped on July 2 for allegedly helping Epstein traffic underage girls, and she knows the names of powerful men on Wall Street, in American businesses, in Washington, DC and elsewhere who have had sex with the girls, some too young than 14 years old.
A registered sex offender, Epstein died in August 2019 under suspicious circumstances awaiting trial in a Manhattan prison on new charges of exploiting dozens of underage girls.
Authorities have ruled that the hotly contested cause of Epstein’s death was suicide. Of them the cameras would have malfunctioned outside his prison cell. Guards supposed to watch Epstein face federal charges for not having properly supervised him before his death.
Famous Epstein Associates include Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, Bill Cosby, Prince Andrew the Duke of York, Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz, former New York Daily News owner Mort Zuckerman and actor-director Woody Allen.
The wealthy hedge fund manager gave more than $ 9 million to Harvard University.
Epstein blackmailed the powerful men who would visit his mansions and private island and use his daughters, New York Post reported.
The Justice Department has imposed security protocols beyond what the Bureau of Prisons is supposed to provide, the official told AP. Federal officials have been specifically tasked with ensuring that there is adequate protection for Maxwell and that prison protocols are followed, the official said. The protections are in case she harms herself and other inmates want to harm her.
The Prisons Office has come under intense scrutiny since Epstein’s death, with staff reshuffles and leadership changes. Attorney General William Barr said his death was the result of “the perfect storm of misfires.”
Barr, who earned the nickname “The Coverup General,” said in a statement he “was appalled to learn” of Epstein’s death in federal custody and ordered an investigation.
Some Twitter users blame Barr for letting Epstein die under his watch, and they want him to stay away from Maxwell. Barr has a reputation for being a Trump loyalist who obeys his boss’s orders.
Maxwell is at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, across the bridge from which Epstein died. She is being watched, she will have a roommate in her cell and someone will always be with her while she is behind bars, the official said.
A former girlfriend and longtime close associate of Epstein, Maxwell has often been seen alongside him. Several Epstein victims said Maxwell recruited and prepared young girls for sexual abuse. Maxwell is accused of facilitating Epstein’s crimes and at times joined him in sexually abusing girls, according to the indictment against her.
On Twitter, the news of Maxwell’s arrest was met with skepticism and doubts she will have a long life. News that she has extra protection from harming herself was similarly received, including the feeling among Twitter users that federal officials are only putting in place what many consider as the inevitable end.
“I’m not happy that she is supposedly suicidal. I’m happy because it’s like the end of all mafia movies, ”Jumpsuits For Trumpsuits @JumptyTrumpty tweeted.
Here is a sample of other responses on Twitter:
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- “How about protecting her from the people who are trying to kill her?” @ Chauffeurde3 tweeted.
- “Again: we all know what’s coming, and there is nothing we can do to stop it,” mazzaroth @ mazzaroth10 tweeted.
- “Isn’t this a good time to remind everyone that Epstein didn’t kill himself,” JClaud @MezanmiO tweeted.
- “Death by paper cut in 3, 2, 1…” Unver! Fied Loser @Histhisthist tweeted.
- “Death by origami …” tweeted Jules @ julesapril8.
- “Make sure all cameras aren’t running simultaneously,” Masks Protect Everyone @Frankie_Dash tweeted.
- “Epstein didn’t kill himself,” tweeted a ProudAmerican @theGearStar.
… and these:
- “No visit from Bill Barr.”
- “Bar Bar”