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Crime EPESTEIN CASE: Ghislaine Maxwell remains in prison

08:15  28 april  2021
08:15  28 april  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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G Hislaine Maxwell will stay in prison. The former employee of Jeffrey Epstein hoped to be able to benefit from a bail release when she denounced conditions of detention if "horrible" that she can not properly prepare his trial. But this request from his lawyers was rejected by a federal court of appeal.

In a brief decision, the three judges of the Court of Appeal confirmed the maintenance of this ex-figure of the Jet-Set, incarcerated in New York since July 2020. It is accused of the presumed recruitment of young minor girls. For the Account of the Dead Financial Jeffrey Epstein , who exploited them sexually. One of Ghislaine Maxwell's lawyers, 59, had argued on Monday that it was "kept in isolation for no reason", continuously followed by guards, and prevented from sleeping by lamps pointed on it every 15 minutes? Preventing it from studying the millions of pages of documents accumulated for its trial, expected this summer.

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it risks the life prison

his lawyer David Markus said that the daughter of the British media magnat Robert Maxwell was treated as well to remove any risk of suicide, even though it "is not suicidal " According to him, the prison services act by excess of caution after the death in Jouffrey Epstein prison, found hanged in his cell in Manhattan in August 2019. The investigation had concluded to a suicide and several malfunctions of the prison. But the judges on appeal resulted in the prosecutors, who have always refused an upload of this accused holding three passports ? American, British and French? That accounts for them a "high risk of leakage.

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to remedy his sleep problems, the Court of Appeal simply invited the Defense to raise the problem before the Federal Judge New York in charge of the file, Alison Nathan. It was the fourth time since its arrest that Maxwell and his lawyers argue in vain for his release on bail, in the waiting for of his trial. The latter had been fixed on July 12, but the Defense requested a postponement and the judge has not decided yet. Ghislaine Maxwell will have to respond during hearings of six charges, including for minor trafficking and incitement to prostitution between 1994 and 2004. It risks perpetuity in case of conviction.

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Inmates sent home during COVID-19 got jobs, started school. Now, they face possible return to prison .
Many inmates released to home confinement during the coronavirus pandemic have gotten jobs and started school. What does it say about the purpose of prison if they're sent back?He works as an operation manager for a solar company in Tampa, Florida, while taking online classes at Hillsborough Community College. He wears an ankle monitor and calls his halfway house every day to report his whereabouts – part of the terms of his home confinement. Twice a week, he attends drug therapy sessions, a consequence from years of drug and alcohol abuse. He also paints, a skill learned after nearly a decade of imprisonment.

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