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Jul 30 2020
Unsealed Records Detail Alleged Abuses, Accomplices of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell
Hundreds of transcripts and court records unsealed Thursday offer more details around the alleged high-profile sex crimes enabled and committed by the late Jeffrey Epstein and accused accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell.
The high-profile names mentioned in the documents, including Britain's Prince Andrew and former President Bill Clinton, were the focus of substantial media coverage. CoverageNBC News (Online) NPR (Online News) Fox News (Online News)
Dec 29 2021
Maxwell jury to resume deliberations after judge warns of Omicron risk
The jury in British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell's sex abuse trial was set to resume deliberations on Wednesday, after the judge in the case warned of an increasing risk of a mistrial due to the rapid spread of the Omicron COVID-19 variant.
After a fourth full day of deliberations, U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan said on Tuesday a positive COVID-19 case among jurors would "(put) atReuters
Dec 09 2021
Epstein Accuser To Testify Under Real Name After Maxwell Trial Postponement
The trial of Ghislaine Maxwell was thrown into some chaos on Thursday after the case was abruptly suspended, owing to an attorney who had fallen ill and required medical attention. Just after a morning break and less than an hour into testimony, Judge Alison Nathan told jurors to go home, adding “we have no reason to believe it is Covid related.”
The trial is expected to resume onThe Daily Wire
Jan 05 2022
Maxwell to seek new trial after reports of juror’s sex abuse
Ghislaine Maxwell, convicted last week of conspiring to recruit and groom teenage girls to be abused by Jeffrey Epstein, plans to request a new trial after a juror in her case revealed he was a victim of sexual abuse, her defense lawyers said Wednesday.
The lawyers said in a letter to U.S. District Judge Alison J. Nathan that “based on undisputed, publicly available information, theAssociated Press
Mar 29 2023
Baltimore Police officer convicted of assaulting a teenager
BALTIMORE -- A Baltimore Police Department officer has been convicted of second-degree assault and misconduct and office after he threatened the life of a teenager in April 2020, according to authorities. Officer Maxwell Dundore assaulted a teenager after he saw him getting out of a car that had been reported stolen. Dundore slammed the teen face down on the concrete, wrapped his arm aroundCBS News (Online)
Mar 29 2023
Judge finds Baltimore Police officer who told teen ‘I will choke you’ guilty of assault, misconduct
A Baltimore Police officer accused of threatening to choke and kill a teen he was attempting to arrest in April 2020 has been found guilty of second-degree assault and misconduct in office. Baltimore Circuit Judge Gregory Sampson said Wednesday that when Officer Maxwell Dundore told the teen, “I will choke you. I will kill you,” with his hands on or near the teen’s neck, he was guilty ofBaltimore Sun
Jul 31 2020
Unsealed documents show Epstein, Maxwell correspondence in 2015
A trove of court documents unsealed Thursday night appear to show that the late, accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was in contact with his now-charged confidant, Ghislaine Maxwell, in 2015.
Attorneys for Maxwell, who was arrested July 2, have argued that she hadn't had any contact with Epstein for more than a decade, and is the target of overzealous prosecutors.
In one emailNBC News (Online)
Jan 07 2022
Analysis: No guarantee of new Maxwell trial after juror's revelations, experts say
The possible failure of a juror in Ghislaine Maxwell's trial to disclose that he was a victim of sexual abuse may not be enough to overturn the British socialite's sex trafficking conviction and warrant a new trial, legal experts said on Thursday.
Maxwell, 60, was convicted last week on sex trafficking and other charges for recruiting teenage girls to have sexual encounters with JeffreyReuters
Feb 06 2023
The Feds Have All The Evidence They Need To Go After Jeffrey Epstein’s Buddies. Here’s Why They Still Roam Free
Jeffrey Epstein’s associates could face federal criminal prosecutions based on the available evidence, but and building a case against them could take years, sex trafficking legal experts say.
Epstein kept a detailed list of his contacts in a little black book and was photographed with many powerful figures, including former President Bill Clinton, Microsoft founder Bill Gates, PrinceThe Daily Caller
Dec 03 2021
Epstein had underage guests at Palm Beach estate, ex-employee says at Maxwell trial
The late financier Jeffrey Epstein had "many, many, many" female guests at his Palm Beach estate, including two who appeared to be underage, a former employee testified at British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell's sex abuse trial on Thursday.
Juan Alessi, the Palm Beach house manager, took the stand for the prosecution on the fourth day of Maxwell's trial in Manhattan federal court. He saidReuters