Strange Smells Emanate as U.S. Plans to Rest Case Against Maxwell This Week
In what was supposed to be a five to six week trial with plenty of unfurling evidence to implicate some of the world's most powerful people, the U.S. plans to prematurely rest their case this week.
It was supposed to be the most revealing trial of our lifetime. It was supposed to divulge damning information about the globe’s wealthy and powerful, ranging from ex-presidents to hedge fund managers to Hollywood celebrities to major intelligence agencies. It was supposed to be the initial step to flushing out the worst of the massive cesspool of greedy, centralized power and control.
Update: Following Wednesday’s in court, the trial looks to end next week, as opposed to this. (Dec. 9th’s date in court was cancelled due to ill prosecutor.)
So, things are nevertheless moving fast…
That’s what made the Maxwell trial— regardless of how muted it is in the media— so important. . .
But how could anyone expect a trial like this to be heard without interference from the most powerful, from those who certainly stand to lose a lot from any revelations that may come from these legal proceedings?
That question grows all the more pressing when learning that, by the end of the week, the U.S. is planning to rest its case against Ghislaine Maxwell on a list of charges that include sex trafficking.
There’s no hard evidence, but if even your dog sniffs out that same putrid smell and starts barking Coverup! Coverup! it may, at the very least, be worth a closer look.
It is certainly odd that it would come to such an abrupt ending by the end of its second week, particularly because the trial proceeded just long enough for the public to learn about some notable bombshells, but far too short to sufficiently open the flood gates, as has been warranted ever since Epstein’s arrest and extremely strange death in 2019.
The bombshells we’ve learned in these first seven days in court are important, and not merely because they may, unfortunately, be the only confirmed revelations the public can clutch onto, but because they actually end up raising more questions than they answer— they are widely and correctly perceived as the mere precipice of the larger truth.
On the first day of the trial, the New York City Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Barbara Sampson, resigned. Sampson was responsible for the controversial autopsy performed on Epstein. It was five whole days after the autopsy when the claim arose that suicide by hanging was the cause of death, and it arrived without any rationalization for the delay.
An independent forensic pathologist hired by Epstein’s family observed the autopsy and had a vastly different opinion. The pathologist found that Epstein’s burst capillaries, based on their color, were inconsistent with hanging.
He also notably pointed to Epstein’s hyoid bone, located in the front of the neck, which was broken in three places. To this the pathologist told 60 Minutes that it was “unheard of” in cases of suicidal hanging.
Dr. Barbara Sampson, it should be noted, actually has a history of performing controversial autopsies over the years, including those done on Eric Garner and Joan Rivers.
Does this lay the claim that it was suicide to bed, or is it merely a poorly-timed coincidence. If you’re unsure as to what the likely answer is, you’re more than welcome to ask the dog.
In addition to Dr. Sampson’s resignation, the first week of the trial also saw the authentication of Epstein’s black book, which contains the names and personal information of various public figures from business and politics, public policy, and entertainment (all detailed excellently by The Free Press Report).
The black book is regarded as well known to the public, but to have it authenticated in court is a key step in actually holding accountable those whose names are scribbled in the book with now-dry ink.
Then, this week, one of the names confirmed in Epstein’s black book was actor Alec Baldwin. On Tuesday, Baldwin went ahead stirred the public by pulling the trigger on his Twitter account, deleting the whole damn thing.
Is it any coincidence that the knees of global power are beginning to rattle as the black book is confirmed— and so much so that one of those prominent names in the book went into digital hiding? Again, if it gets too confusing, consider asking the dog.
Drawing a line in the sand after the seventh day in court, one can easily surmise that there is much more to come from this trial in terms of disclosures regarding some of the most powerful individuals in the world.
So, on top of the outrage over the muted coverage of this trial to begin with, where the heck is the outrage over the fact that the U.S. is essentially pulling the plug on it, before we even get to the good part?
Considering the mounting anticipation for those proverbial flood gates to open and shed light on the sordid crimes and abuses of power by the global elite, the U.S. prosecution— a team that conspicuously includes former-FBI Director James Comey’s daughter Maurene Comey— simply has no viable reason at all to slow down, let alone end, this trial after just seven days in court.
And if they do have a reason— one that, if it exists, is likely shrouded in secrecy— then they need to tell the public, lest they want our dogs to begin speculating.
Again, if you’re not already doing so, please follow follow Matthew Russell Lee’s Inner City Press, which is a fantastic sources for all the up to date information on the trial. The Free Press Report has also offered good coverage and notes on the matter (their Twitter account, the Maxwell Trial Tracker— which was helping draw massive social media attention to the trial— was notably banned on Wed. morning).
Of course, there’s also Whitney Webb, who’s been on top of this whole matter from the start and has a book coming out in early 2022 called One Nation Under Blackmail: The Sordid Union Between Intelligence and Crime that Gave Rise to Jeffrey Epstein.
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