WHO GAVE THE ORDER: Epstein’s Pimp Just Had Her Sentence REDUCED!

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In Biden’s America, Elites actually get discounts for their crimes, and what’s even worst is some of them are even acquitted of their heinous crimes because of their strong connection with the regime.

We know Maxwell was found guilty in 2021 of child sex trafficking some as young as 14, and other offenses in connection with the financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Initially, Maxwell faces up to 65 years in prison when sentenced.

But now, a federal judge decided to reduce Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell’s maximum prison sentence by 10 years.

Maxwell can now receive a maximum sentence of 55 years in prison. But Keep in mind that 55 years is simply the maximum sentence that Maxwell can receive, it isn’t guaranteed that she will receive that sentence or anything even close to that sentence.

Fortunately, Maxwell lost an attempt to overturn her sex trafficking conviction, paving the way for her sentencing to decades in prison. Her lawyers asked a judge to overturn the verdict on several grounds, including insufficient evidence.

WLT speculated that Maxwell will end up getting something like 5 years behind bars or an incredibly light sentence. Perhaps she will receive a hefty prison sentence, but she will be let out early for good behavior.

And here are the latest developments in the Maxwell case:

More details from WPBF reports:

The judge did agree with the defense that three of the five guilty charges were similar and repetitive — claiming conspiracy — and reduced it to only one count, lowering Maxwell’s sentence by 10 years.

Meanwhile, Sky News claimed that:

Maxwell – the daughter of late newspaper tycoon Robert Maxwell – is due to be sentenced on 28 June.

Earlier this month, the judge refused to throw out Maxwell’s conviction after a juror disclosed during deliberations that he had been sexually abused as a child.

Sources: WLT, WPBF, Sky News

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