Published: November 30, 2021 Noon EST
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Jeffrey Epstein, the man who stood accused of heinous sex crimes, some of which involved children, was found dead in his jail cell in August 2019. Almost a year after his death, Epstein’s most recognized companion was arrested; her name is Ghislaine Maxwell.
Maxwell has quite an interesting background. Her father, Robert Maxwell, was alleged to have been a member of the Israeli intelligence community. Upon his death, he was buried at the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.
Those in attendance at his funeral included known members of the nation’s espionage firm, and Yitzhak Shamir, the prime minister at the time delivered a eulogy; according to Shamir, Maxwell “has done more for Israel than can today be said.”
Now, Ghislaine’s trial began this week. Shrouded in secrecy, the stage has been set to prevent justice and lawfulness. The fix is in.
The primary controversy worth noting is who the players in the game really are.
Presiding judge Alison Nathan agreed to redact many of the case’s details, as the information is too “impure” for public eyes. This lack of transparency before the trial even started is cause for concern. In early November, on the word of Chuck Schumer, Biden nominated Nathan for a promotion; an open position on a federal appeals court. The timing of this promotion gives credence to the supposition this court has been infected by corruption.
Next is the federal prosecutor. This is the attorney responsible for securing justice on behalf of the victims and the Nation. Who is she? Maureen Comey. Do you recognize the last name?
Lastly, and perhaps the most obvious, is what America’s supreme governing document states about criminal trials.
“In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial [emphasis added]…”
All criminal trials are to be public. The Founders enumerated this guarantee to ensure the public the necessary view to determine whether the justice system was operating appropriately and honestly. Why the special privileges for a woman accused of such heinous crimes?
Because, the fix is in.
Functioning under unconstitutional law, the American justice system does not have the integrity it was designed to have. The tenet of blind justice has been replaced with a two-tiered structure; one for ordinary Americans, and one for the ruling elites.
Justice and government transparency ought not to be a partisan or political issue. Montesquieu wrote, “There is no greater tyranny, than that which is perpetrated under the shield of law and in the name of justice.”
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