Ghislaine Maxwell believes Jeffrey Epstein was murdered in prison (video)
Ghislaine Maxwell, 61, conducted an interview from prison and said she believes Jeffrey Epstein was murdered while he was in prison. This took place during an interview with Jeremy Kyle Live for TalkTV. It went on the air tonight and now it’s going wild all over social media. Maxwell herself was jailed over criminal offenses related to things done with or by Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein was a disgraced financier who went to jail for s-x trafficking and was awaiting the charges.
Epstein was eventually found in his jail cell lifeless back in 2019, in a federal jail in the Manhattan section of New York. Jeffrey Epstein’s death was officially ruled to be a suicide with no evidence of foul play reported, but rumors continued circulating the web until this day.
Ghislaine Maxwell got tried and locked up later, but now she claims she wishes she never met Jeffrey Epstein. According to the quote on Independent, she said this about Epstein’s death:
I believe that he was murdered. I was shocked. Then I wondered how it had happened because as far as I was concerned, he was going to… I was sure he was going to appeal. And I was sure he was covered under the non-prosecution agreement.
The infamous ‘Epstein Client List‘ has never been fully or officially revealed, but independent journalists have been trying to piece it together for years. The so-called list has gained notoriety even among billionaires who’d like to see it revealed to the public to put questions away and show the true depth of the darkness this list could hold.
Even Elon Musk wanted to know why the leaking Department of Justice hasn’t accidentally leaked information about Jeffrey Epstein’s clients after Ghislaine Maxwell was on trial and found guilty. Musk asked about it on Twitter, and now there’s a journalist who started talking. Elon Musk asked: “Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares. Doesn’t that seem odd?”
Musk included a funny meme picture with the post. The journalist, known as Adam Davidson, said the following in a thread of tweets, saying the following: I wrote something provocative about how I know stuff about Jeffrey Epstein and can’t publish it. I’ll do my best to explain and reveal here. It provides, I think, a good lesson in why it is hard to publish stories about bad things done by the rich and powerful… he went on to list numerous tweets and theories, but he later deleted it after his posts circulated the web and gained more attention. His full list of messages posted about Jeffrey Epstein’s client list can be found here.