Office Pool: How Long Will Ghislaine Maxwell Survive In Prison? Here’s What Maxwell Herself Thinks…

(Tea Party 247) – Despite the fact that Ghislaine Maxwell might be the most infamous person behind bars right now, the high-profile Epstein accomplice is not scheduled to appear in court until next July. What’s the rush? Apparently, there isn’t one despite reports claiming that Maxwell suspects Jeffery Epstein was, in fact, murdered and is fearful of meeting the same fate. Considering she has quite a long wait in jail ahead of her, it’s understandable that she would be concerned, to say the least.

The New York Post has the story:

Ghislaine Maxwell believes her ex-lover Jeffrey Epstein was murdered behind bars and lives in fear of facing the same unfortunate end, according to a new report.

“Everyone’s view including Ghislaine’s is Epstein was murdered. She received death threats before she was arrested,” an unnamed friend told the Sun.

A federal judge denied Maxwell bail on Tuesday and ordered the 58-year-old to spend the next year awaiting trial at the Brooklyn Detention Center, where she has been held since shortly after her July 2 arrest in New Hampshire.

The friend, whom the Sun described as “in regular contact with Maxwell at her secret New Hampshire hideaway,” said the death threats spurred the British socialite to hire security guards, and led her to believe she may not live to see her trial.

The daughter of disgraced British medial [sic] mogul Robert Maxwell cried in court as federal Judge Alison Nathan refused to let her out on bail.

Maxwell faces charges that she conspired with Epstein to sexually abuse young women.

Her ex-beau Epstein died in custody Aug. 10 — after prison guards reportedly failed to keep an eye on him despite a previous suicide attempt.

New York City’s chief medical examiner later ruled the death a suicide.

Maxwell, like Epstein, is expected to expose celebrities and world leaders when she finally stands trial.

There have been reports that say Maxwell does not intend to give any names up in exchange for a deal but naturally, if I were Maxwell, I’d want reports to say that too, especially when she knows the Clintons are watching.

Epstein didn’t kill himself. Every single thing about his death points to a set-up but yet the coroner fell in line and ruled it a suicide. Epstein only survived in prison for a little over a month and with the coronavirus still a thing, it might be pretty easy to cover Maxwell’s death up. Her name has already appeared in headlines and articles concerning her risk for the virus. She likely won’t “hang” herself seeing as how that would make it way too obvious. If I were the Clintons, I would definitely go with the coronavirus narrative.

If Maxwell does somehow manage to survive until her trial next July she will likely drop names. She’ll have to if she has any hope of not dying behind bars. Maxwell is certainly a catch for law enforcement but getting solid, concrete evidence on high-profile perverts like Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew would be like hitting the lottery for law enforcement and the only way to bring about real justice.

Make no mistake, Ghislaine Maxwell is on the clock.