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Crime Ghislaine Maxwell’s Allegedly Perjurious 2016 Deposition About Jeffrey Epstein Won’t Be Secret for Much Longer

01:25  20 october  2020
01:25  20 october  2020 Source:   lawandcrime.com

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Ghislaine Maxwell (right) is accused of assisting in Jeffrey Epstein 's (left) sex trafficking. A woman who said she was a victim of Jeffrey Epstein 's sex trafficking has told a US appeals court that Ghislaine Maxwell ' s desire for privacy failed to justify the continued sealing of a deposition that the

Ghislaine Maxwell sexually abused underage girls and joined Jeffrey Epstein in directing Virginia Shortly after saying Epstein ’s US Virgin Islands estate was “a place where orgies were a constant thing that Documents involving Maxwell ’ s deposition have not yet been released pending an appeal by

Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell are posing for a picture © Provided by Law & Crime

Audrey Strauss, the Acting U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announces charges against Ghislaine Maxwell during a July 2, 2020, press conference in New York City.

A secret, years old and potentially damaging deposition from alleged sex-trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell must be released to the public, a federal appeals court in New York City ruled on Monday.

Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime girlfriend and alleged co-conspirator unsuccessfully attempted to block the publication of her deposition from a 2015 lawsuit in which Virginia Roberts Giuffre accused the couple of sex trafficking her during the early 2000s.

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Given the unquestionably important nature of the Ghislaine Maxwell case, a woman who might have the evidence to expose the pedo-deep state; and During her recent deposition , Defendant refused to answer numerous questions about allegedly “adult” sexual activity related to Jeffrey Epstein .

Ghislaine Maxwell ' s trial could do more than satisfy our curiosity about the rich and powerful. Maxwell now returns to a jail in Brooklyn for what promises to be a long wait before her next court That companion, of course, was Jeffrey Epstein . Ghislaine Maxwell has denied allegations that she

Maxwell’s attorneys sought to seal exactly 418 pages of her 2016 testimony by arguing that it would unfairly prejudice the jury in her upcoming criminal trial over sex trafficking charge after a lower court authorized the deposition’s disclosure earlier this year.

The deposition itself has been referenced by federal prosecutors in order to make their case against Epstein’s right-hand woman in her indictment from June of this year. According to the prosecution, Maxwell perjured herself during the deposition by denying any and all knowledge of Epstein’s sex-trafficking organization.

“Defendant-Appellant Ghislaine Maxwell appeals from a July 23, 2020 order unsealing certain litigation materials, including and related to, Maxwell’s April 2016 deposition transcript,” the court’s brief order summarizes.

Ghislaine Maxwell denied from keeping Epstein testimony secret

  Ghislaine Maxwell denied from keeping Epstein testimony secret A federal appeals court denied British socialite and alleged sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell from keeping her 2016 deposition about late financier Jeffrey Epstein sealed. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan ruled on Monday that the public has a right to see the testimony taken in April 2016 in a defamation lawsuit filed by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre, Reuters reported. The unsigned order from the appeals court determined that U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska did not overstep authority by denying Maxwell's "meritless arguments" that her concerns were more important than the public right to see the 418-page deposition.

Ghislaine Maxwell is charged with conspiracy to sexually abuse minors The former “confidante” of Jeffrey Epstein , socialite Ghislaine Maxwell , was arrested by the FBI this morning in New Hampshire and charged with conspiracy to sexually abuse minors. She’ s expected to appear in federal court later

Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested in the US on ThursdayCredit: Getty Images - Getty. A former friend of Maxwell ' s said the disgraced socialite had sex tapes " Ghislaine has always been as cunning as they come. She wasn' t going to be with Epstein all those years and not have some insurance," the friend

“She argues that the District Court abused its discretion in ordering the unsealing of the deposition materials,” the order continues. “Specifically, she argues that there is a lower presumption of access to the deposition materials at issue in this case than to the summary judgment materials we ordered unsealed in [a similar case in 2019], and that her interests outweigh the public’s interests.”

That argument evidently went nowhere with the three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on Monday.

“The District 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,” the three-page order notes. “The District Court’s order articulated and applied the correct legal framework in its individualized review of the materials to be unsealed.”

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  Federal Judge Ignores Ghislaine Maxwell Desperate Motion, Then Fast-Tracks Release of Jeffrey Epstein Docs The order by Senior U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska capped off a whirlwind day for Jeffrey Epstein's longtime girlfriend, alleged co-conspirator and groomer as her attorneys attempted to fight back against a recent appeals court ruling mandating the disclosure of their client's long sought after deposition. “In light of the Court of Appeals’ mandate affirming this court’s July 23, 2020 order, the parties shall, as soon as is practicable, prepare for unsealing (1) the transcripts of Ms.

When Ghislaine Maxwell was put in charge of running Jeffrey Epstein ’ s homes, she took a page Ghislaine Maxwell — Jeffrey Epstein ' s longtime associate accused of recruiting Edwards found out much about their domestic arrangements in 2009 when he deposed Alessi, who worked at the

A lawyer representing Ghislaine Maxwell wrote to the judge overseeing her case Tuesday complaining that Maxwell ’ s chances of receiving a fair trial are being hurt by comments made by prosecutors and other attorneys representing alleged victims

Monday’s order from the Second Circuit is part and parcel of a lengthy and ongoing search for the truth regarding Epstein and his associates that generally began in earnest–and specifically began in court–when The Miami Herald and their star reporter Julie K. Brown began poking around, suing to obtain information about the late financier’s alleged global sex trafficking empire dedicated to servicing the wealthy with young girls.

The 2019 case cited by Maxwell’s attorneys and the panel was initiated by Brown and the Herald. In that instance, a victory for the plaintiffs, the Second Circuit outlined the beginning of the still-in-progress process underway in the Southern District of New York whereby many of those long-awaited Epstein files are being released to satisfy the public’s interest in the case while making pains (and redactions) to safeguard some third parties’ privacy interests.

Brown noted her latest legal victory against Maxwell:

The loss for Epstein’s alleged groomer and occasional pilot was actually twofold. Apart from the headline-catching deposition issue, the defendant lost her bid to consolidate her appeal in the civil case with her pending appeal in her criminal case–not a particularly important ruling for Maxwell’s overall legal efforts one way or another but a decision that means her legal costs and efforts are likely to remain inordinately high and spread thin.

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

Read the full opinion and order below:

Maxwell-10-19-2020 by Law&Crime on Scribd

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Maxwell Claims U.S. Reneging on Promise to Turn Over Evidence .
Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyers say U.S. prosecutors are reneging on a promise to provide her with the evidence they’ve collected in her sex-trafficking case. © Photographer: Laura Cavanaugh/Getty Images Ghislaine Maxwell The government’s failure to provide the evidence makes it impossible for Maxwell to prepare her defense, the British socialite’s lawyer Jeffrey Pagliuca said Friday in a letter to U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan. For instance, the indictment doesn’t give specific dates for when Maxwell committed the alleged crimes, only saying they occurred between 1994 and 1997, Pagliuca said.

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