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Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years in prison for helping Epstein

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By TOM HAYS and LARRY NEUMEISTER

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There is a special circle of Hell reserved for women who traffic girls for sex. Ghislaine Will no doubt take up residence there in due time. But first, 20 in the Federal Pen.

While not as long as I would have liked, it guarantees that when she finally expires, she will die alone, penniless and forgotten except by her victims.

Good riddance.

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Maxwell the Oxford educated victim ‘empathized’ with the teenage victims?

Somehow, that doesn’t gel…

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Convenient that Epstein's list of rich and famous clients has never been revealed.

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Who are these "rich and famous"? What will be their punishment?

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Ghislaine Maxwell, the jet-setting socialite who once consorted with royals, presidents and billionaires, was sentenced to 20 years in prison Tuesday for helping the financier Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse underage girls.

Case closed right?

Meanwhile all the Davos set, aided by the Pandora and Panama Paper oligarchical wealth, who were witnessed jetting around in Epstein's orbit?

Move along, nothing to see here...

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Filthy, disgusting and evil woman. Maxwell is the lowest class of human. 20 years just does not seem enough.

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In this instance the law didn't drag its feet unduly and the punishment for Maxwell came swiftly in the form of a very stiff sentence for the "fall gal" while all the rich and powerful male sex abusers apparently get off scot-free. Still, it is to be expected that America's two-tier system of justice (and money's persuasion) will in time, as the furor surrounding the case subsides, enable her to wriggle her way out of prison well before 2042.

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Convenient that Epstein's list of rich and famous clients has never been revealed.

I can reveal at least one other - "Prince" Andrew Windsor. Trash of a human.

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Justice finally served. Enjoy your new life. You deserve it.

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buh-bye!

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What goes around, comes around and therefore you reap what you sow.

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Which means that she'll do 10 if she behaves herself. Not long enough.

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Who's next then?

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I doubt she'll serve the full 20 years. Maybe some prison cameras will mysteriously stop functioning around the time she decides to commit suicide.

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I won’t rest until the black book is released on the internet, along with all the video recording allegedly given to Mossad, and child abuse prosecution of all involved no matter if they could be Clinton, Andy, gates or any of those many accused.

They were still children and they will never be the same.

The clients are just rich powerful men, almost all married with…children!

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When she had a chance to speak, Maxwell said she empathized with the survivors and that it was her “greatest regret of my life that I ever met Jeffrey Epstein.

It seems like she has not accepted fully her responsibility. If her biggest regret was “meeting Epstein”, she missed the point in her conviction.

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Great news, but deserved more time in jail..

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