Ghislaine Maxwell's attorney has suggested that his client's suicide watch could result in her requesting a delay to her sentencing, which is currently scheduled for the 27th of June. According to the New York Post:
“If Ms. Maxwell remains on suicide watch, is prohibited from reviewing legal materials prior to sentencing, becomes sleep-deprived, and is denied sufficient time to meet with and confer with counsel, we will be formally moving on Monday for an adjournment,” Attorney Bobby Sternheim wrote in a letter addressed to U.S. Circuit Judge Alison Nathan.
Maxwell, 61, isn't able to “properly prepare” because officials at the Brooklyn Federal prison suddenly placed her in solitary and advised her that she was placed being monitored for suicide on Friday in a letter as reported by Reuters.
In the course of a suicide watch, normal clothing, as well as toothpaste, soap, and other papers were taken, Sternheim said.
The story has this interesting observation:
Maxwell was placed on suicide watch despite the fact that Maxwell “is not suicidal,” according to her lawyer. A psychologist assessed Maxwell and confirmed her conclusion as per Reuters.
With the, shall we say, somewhat suspect circumstances in which Maxwell's friend Jeffrey Epstein was murdered, I mean, committed suicide in prison, it's reasonable to assume that everyone involved was taking every precaution to avoid any suspicion of Maxwell being treated as suspect. It appears that this isn't the case and everyone involved hopes that the present Supreme Court stink bomb outrage is enough to squelch any questions.
The biggest question that is looming over all the parties involved is the reason Epstein and Maxwell's list of clients who have visited their site de la perversion remains unavailable. Elon Musk has wondered about the same thing.
If there were enough — or even all -conservatives on the list it would have been news for a long time.
Or, considering some of the names bandied about (*coughbillclintoncough*), perhaps not, as our Mike Miller detailed earlier this year.
“The “remarkable lengths” to which Team Hillary went, as revealed on the Daily Mail, to hide Slick's illicit escapades (sexcapades?) were understandable in the context of a brutal woman who could and probably did do almost anything in her unrestrained and relentless pursuit of power. But, morally?
Never mind. What was the point of the Clintons ever being ethical in their politics?
So it is now that this “talk on the street” suggests that two-time loser Hillary is likely to try to climb the mountain of president in 2024. How “unfortunate” that the issue of Willie's relationship to his friend Epstein — and what it was that led to was once again getting attention.
Epstein's girl Friday, Ghislaine Maxwell's, conviction in recent times on charges of sex trafficking and conspiring to lure minors into sexual relationships, and prince Andrew losing his titles as a military officer as well as officially utilizing “His Royal Highness” nonsense by Queen Elizabeth in the wake of a U.S. civil suit over sexual assault allegations against more than one child found on Epstein's Island — and the whole thing couldn't be more entertaining.
According to the saying, “stay tuned.”