Ghislaine Maxwell, the British social media site charged with manipulating and trafficking teenage girls for pedophilia convicted Jeffrey Epstein, may be planning to sever the deal with prosecutors – but any information she may not be of as valuable as before, Fox Nation host Nancy Grace told the “Fox News Rundown” podcast on Wednesday.
“What does she really have?” asks Grace, Fox Nation’s recently released special host, “An investigation by Ghislaine Maxwell with Nancy Grace.” “Yes, I know she has a lot of things, but think this carefully. If she claims to have videos and photos of rich, powerful or influential people having sex with minors Aged, I understand that when Epstein̵7;s Manhattan house was raided, they found a lot of it in his safe or somewhere on campus. If they had it, she really did. What can they give them? “
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Grace then sent a letter sent by Maxwell’s lawyers asking the judge presiding over the case to release her into the Metropolitan Detention Center’s general population so that she would not be treated “less favorably than a person. typical pre-trial detention, ”which they claim was the result of Jeffrey Epstein’s” apparent suicide attempt “in July 2019.
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The letter also claimed that Maxwell had “followed suicide tracking protocols” including “waking up every few hours during the night and forced to wear special clothes.”
“She needs to go to jail and stay in jail. She doesn’t need to see the light of day,” Grace said, “And I really can’t believe she’s complaining about her condition behind bars because Because girls who were sexually harassed were sentenced to life remembering harassment times.
Grace is also the new Fox Nation special host, ““American Kidnapping: Finding Elizabeth Smart with Nancy Grace”, has an insight into the abduction of a 14-year-old Utah girl in 2002.
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“The more we look at crime and the more we look at how it happened, the more … and more details,” Grace said of the new series.
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The show has focused on Smart’s life since she was rescued in March 2003, explores the background of the couple who arrested her and the surprising 2018 release of prison has reopened some of the traces. the trauma that Smart and her family thought had been healed.
“Elizabeth was found alive and she went on with her life. But, you know, as a crime victim, people use the word to end or continue their lives”, Grace said. “And yes we do. But I always say that there is no such thing as a shutdown because violent crime affects you for the rest of your life … You go on with your life, but you So we learn a lot as time goes by about Elizabeth, about how it affects her and her family.
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“And in my mind, justice was denied because [kidnapper] Wanda Barzee is free. “
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