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Kari Donovan| The most shocking details of day one of the Ghislaine Maxwell trial, are that- due to the intense public interest in the case- we are all at an increased risk of misinformation campaigns to cause chaos and confusion.

Even I got caught off guard! We have to remember to stay grounded.

A link to a document was quickly moved around social media on Monday and Tues- catching up many posters and independent reporters, showing crimes Ghislaine Maxwell is allegedly involved with.  The court document in question was filed in 2020, which contains a list of 38 entries of defendants.

Key Point: The document was used in what appears to be a misdirection campaign- and we can figure that out because prosecutors in the Maxwell case reportedly informed the defense that they will argue Maxwell had three co-conspirators: Epstein, and two people whose names have been redacted.

The names on the bombastic filing come from Charlene Latham in her lawsuit against Jeffrey Epstein and his Trust, and show groups, companies, and people who are being accused, by Latham of facilitating crimes of stalking, kidnapping, drugging, and assaulting people in coordination in what is being described as a “Socipathic criminal enterprise,” according to the court document. The list includes, on line 33, the New York Police Department.

Number 31 on the list is Ghislaine Maxwell, a defendant.  The document lays out much of what has been discussed as “water cooler” type talk.

Since the American media is pure propaganda, Americans have been left without much of a reliable media, so gossip is on the rise.


They comingle the truth with things they want us to focus on. Consider this:

“This extensive scheme was initiated by Jeffrey Epstein,” the court document stated, with a focus on number 1 defendant, The 1953 Trust. Epstein, the former hedge-fund manager, but all of his holdings in a trust named The 1953 Trust in court papers after the year he was born.

These are details that may come up in the Maxwell trial.

Market Watch wrote the fund and about Epstein’s will in 2019 and reported:

“Jeffrey Epstein’s will has been filed in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and it shows that he signed it Aug. 8 — two days before he hanged himself in his Manhattan jail cell, according to court papers exclusively obtained by The Post on Monday.

The multimillionaire convicted pedophile was worth $577,672,654, or about $18 million more than he previously stated in court papers while futilely trying to land bail on federal sex-trafficking charges, the new documents show.”

“The criminal enterprise was valued at billions of dollars,” the court document claims and includes “Feticide,” which is forced abortion, according to legal definitions.

The left loves to mock the concerns of Americans, about abortion-  especially they love to mock the readers of Qanon, on this very topic-  as “conspiracy theory”.

But they also love to mock all Americans who are interested in the truth about our government. So- The big news today is to watch for a lot of mockery, chaos, and misdirection during this trial.

An excellent summary of how we got to where we are comes from a 2019 article about Steven Jude Hoffenberg, Jeffrey Epstein’s former mentor:

Hoffenberg, former owner of the New York Post, hired Epstein as a consultant and was paid $ 25,000.00 per month. Hoffenberg and Epstein worked closely together and traveled the world. In 1997, Hoffenberg was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for operating a bill collection agency that was a ponzi scheme, bilking investors out of almost a half-billion dollars. Hoffenberg claims Epstein was intimately involved with this scheme. Epstein used funds from investors in the Ponzi scheme along with loans from Deutsche bank (fined for money laundering) to buy the properties used to lure the underage girls with the assistance ofGhislaine Maxwell.

The criminal trial over sexual crimes against Maxwell according to public record:

Maxwell is being tried on six counts, including conspiracy to transport underage girls to engage in illegal sexual activity. The indictment cites four victims whom, prosecutors say, Maxwell groomed between 1994 and 2004 when the women were minors (some as young as 14 at the time). Prosecutors allege Maxwell befriended the girls, took them shopping and to the movies, and delivered them to Epstein to be abused, often in Maxwell’s presence. Maxwell vehemently denies the charges. “I have not committed any crimes.”

The document filed shows crimes of spying and trade secret theft that go back as far as 1988 and is not expected to be used in the Maxwell case.

Maxwell’s trial begins Tuesday, Nov. 29. Trials in the Manhattan Federal Court in the Southern District of New York (USDNY) are not televised, which means that the public will be subjected to a massive amount of misdirection plays and misinformation to hide the details of the case.

In the 2020 court filing, that was passed off as a filing in the Maxwell case, you can see what the left wants people talking about, so they can discredit people:

Children were presented as “Child prostitutes,” the document states and made victims of “sexual battery” and then endured “gaslighting.”

There is no evidence that Maxwell’s trial will focus on any of those topics, perhaps creating a de-escalation in public interest and scrutiny on the actual -boring trial.


Reuters reported early Tuesday morning about court filings that point to Maxwell’s anticipated defense:

British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell’s defense in her sex abuse trial will focus on undermining her accusers and distancing her from Jeffrey Epstein, the financier for whom she is charged with recruiting underage girls, according to legal experts and court filings.

In what is viewed by some legal experts as a risky strategy in the post-#MeToo era, Maxwell’s lawyers will question the credibility of four women who say she groomed them as teenagers for Epstein to abuse from the 1990s to the early 2000s, arguing that their memories are faulty or that they are lying because of financial incentives. They have said in a court filing that one woman was motivated by a “desire for cash.”


Here is the shocking Co-conspirators list and accusations, that was described as “just today released to the public”.

The court document shows that the settlement sought is 500,000,000 by the victims and children of the victims,  and based upon charges that happened over decades of pedophilia, assault, sex trafficking, kidnapping, and psychological torture.

The reality is that we are going to have to be patient and rely upon current court documents to get the details of this case.  No one is going to make it easy for us.

Kari Donovan

Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism.

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