Many on Twitter have joked since Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial and sentencing that she is the first person ever to be sentenced for sex trafficking child victims to…no one. While Epstein was locked up and died and Ghislaine has been locked up, the justice system has, as of yet, not come for the rich and powerful that (allegedly) did unspeakable things to underage victims in Epstein’s mansions or his private island.
Well, that could be changing, as the lawyer who represents a number of Epstein victims is claiming, in a new documentary, that those rich and powerful sickos who were involved with Epstein could be exposed and held accountable for their alleged actions.
Such is what was reported by The Republic Brief, which reported that:
Attorney Spencer Kuvin, who represented nine of Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers, recently put former President Bill Clinton and other associates of Epstein’s on notice that they were still in danger of being exposed for their alleged criminal actions dealing with the deceased convicted sex trafficker, Epstein.
“Bill Clinton should be sweating bullets,” one reporter wrote about the potential client list.
It has long been suspected by court watchers that a notorious list of clientele for Epstein, allegedly including Clinton, would eventually emerge, and they may be [right], according to investigators and lawyers who have followed the complex case.
The shocking warning came out of a new documentary that investigated the role of Britain’s Prince Andrew and his close ties as a client of Epstein’s, when the comments were made that there could be further revelations about other clients of Epstein’s because his madame- Ghislaine Maxwell – who was recently convicted for crimes associated with Epstein has until June 2023 to cooperate with prosecutors, in possibly overturning more names.
That “new documentary” cited by The Republic Brief is “Prince Andrew Banished,” which is about the “pedo prince” and his dealings with Epstein. The streaming service Peacock describes it as “The story of how, through arrogance and lust, Prince Andrew’s scandals and his friendship with sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein nearly sank the British monarchy.”
More news on the claims in the documentary comes from Radar Online, which reported that Maxwell has until 2023 to cooperate with prosecutors and help lockup those who were involved with Epstein if she wants to see her sentence reduced. Reporting on that, Radar Online said:
Florida-based Spencer Kuvin told viewers in a new documentary that convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell still has the chance to come forward with new revelations in a possible effort to reduce her 20-year sentence.
[…]Last December, Maxwell was convicted of five federal charges for recruiting and grooming teenage girls to be sexually abused by Epstein.
She found out her prison fate in June and now has until 2023 to further cooperate with prosecutors, noted Kuvin, adding that Maxwell said she intends to appeal her sentence.
“She is really the person who holds all the secrets,” said Kuvin in the new Peacock special Prince Andrew: Banished, warning that Andrew’s legal woes may not be over. “This isn’t the end of the story.”
As the documentary is about Andrew, not all those involved on preying on underage girls with Epstein, he’s the main target of the commentary in the Radar Online article, not Bill Clinton or any other alleged Epstein associate.
However, if Ghislaine is willing to testify against a prince, which seems possible if not probable, perhaps that reporter quoted by The Republic Brief is right and other alleged Epstein associates like Bill Clinton should be “sweating bullets.”