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Ghislaine Maxwell . . . Guilty . . .

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  • bl8d
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    no worry . she will find her calling upon release and open up a school for wayward girls.

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  • Gwelfgulfer
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    Originally posted by 68shark View Post

    Wouldn't be surprised if she follows Epstein to hell in the not too distant future. Either by her own hand or by others. Yes, the Epstein circle includes very high profile people that want her to keep her mouth shut.
    Being that if you know you're likely already dead, why wouldn't you spill the beans on the way out. Maybe you live long enough to see some of the flames.

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  • 68shark
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    Originally posted by unskinnybop99 View Post
    Surprised she's still alive........there are some powerful people on that "client" list
    Wouldn't be surprised if she follows Epstein to hell in the not too distant future. Either by her own hand or by others. Yes, the Epstein circle includes very high profile people that want her to keep her mouth shut.

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  • unskinnybop99
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    Surprised she's still alive........there are some powerful people on that "client" list

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  • Ignatius Reilly
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    And so.... she's been sentenced to 20 years.

    That seems reasonable but....

    What about her clients?


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  • Bellyhungry
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    Another one bited the dust.

    Jeffrey Epstein Associate Jean-Luc Brunel Found Dead In Paris Prison Cell

    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/jean-...b060c5c1eced97

    Some very powerful people are making sure that loose ends are all tied up.

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  • Fredk
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    Originally posted by Bern View Post

    Could the reason he was stripped of royal titles was to limit exposure to the crown but more importantly to limit the amount of money that could be collected.
    Quite possibly. I would not be surprised if momy contributed to the out of court settlement as a settlement would significantly limit liability.

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  • Bern
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    Originally posted by Benz View Post
    Who keeps deciding that it's a good idea to let these guys have bedsheets?...

    https://www.cnn.com/2022/02/19/europ...ntl/index.html
    The cleanup continues.
    The probabilities of multiple suicides of the same group must be minuscule.

    I'm not a huge fan of conspiracies but there are too many coincidences and powerful people at risk(Trump, Dershowitz, Clinton) to think that players are not being removed or silenced.
    Last edited by Bern; Feb 19, 2022, 02:49 PM.

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  • Bern
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    Originally posted by Fredk View Post
    Then why not de-royal him a long time ago to protect the crown and the family? The first steps to remove him from public view were not made until the poodoo hit the fan around Epstein. His behavior was largely ignored and tolerated until it became a public nuisance.
    Could the reason he was stripped of royal titles was to limit exposure to the crown but more importantly to limit the amount of money that could be collected.

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  • Benz
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    Who keeps deciding that it's a good idea to let these guys have bedsheets?...

    https://www.cnn.com/2022/02/19/europ...ntl/index.html

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  • bl8d
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    Originally posted by Chambokl View Post

    The Dog failed in his last mission . . . he went to Florida to search for Brian Laundrie . . . left after 2 weeks after an injury . . . he has not been seen since . . .
    his new wife changed the frequency on his old clicker.
    https://wagwalking.com/training/bring-you-the-newspaper

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  • Gwelfgulfer
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    Originally posted by Chambokl View Post

    The Dog failed in his last mission . . . he went to Florida to search for Brian Laundrie . . . left after 2 weeks after an injury . . . he has not been seen since . . .
    A fitting swan song then! He's also going to be 69 in a few weeks, so should start to think about slowing things down.

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  • Chambokl
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    Originally posted by Gwelfgulfer View Post

    Then release the extended cut version. Dog The Bounty Hunter: Palace Chase Edition.
    The Dog failed in his last mission . . . he went to Florida to search for Brian Laundrie . . . left after 2 weeks after an injury . . . he has not been seen since . . .

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  • Gwelfgulfer
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    Originally posted by Jeffc View Post

    Dog. Definitely Dog. And a camera crew.
    Then release the extended cut version. Dog The Bounty Hunter: Palace Chase Edition.

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  • Jeffc
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    Originally posted by Pingeye2_fan View Post

    Would you rather see straight up extradition to the US or send Dog the bounty hunter to round him up?
    Dog. Definitely Dog. And a camera crew.

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