Jeffrey Epstein’s shadow looms over start of Ghislaine Maxwell’s US trial
The Guardian says When jury selection starts in earnest on Tuesday for British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex trafficking trial in Manhattan federal court, many observers might think that they will finally learn the full truth about the crimes of her consort, disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein – and any subsequent cover-ups.
On the surface, this conjecture makes sense: Epstein killed himself in jail more than two years ago, while awaiting his own sex trafficking trial, leaving many to wonder whether there would ever be justice for victims.
But when Maxwell was arrested one year after his arrest – for her alleged role in procuring teenage girls for Epstein between 1994 and 2004 – some believed the case would provide a second chance for a full accounting of what Epstein did.
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