FEAR: Ghislaine Maxwell's personal emails were HACKED, could be leaked
23 Jan 2020 — #Swamp
Ghislaine Maxwell's personal emails have been hacked, and damaging information, including the names of individuals linked to Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking case, are at risk of being publicly released.
The earth-shattering revelation was contained in a letter (read in full below) filed by Maxwell's lawyers on December 5. The letter was addressed to NY federal court Judge Loretta A. Preska, who is residing over the defamation case brought by Virginia Guiffre.
“Despite the Second Circuit's best efforts, it made serious mistakes. For example, it redacted a non-party's name in one location but not another; so the media immediately gained access to that name,” Gee wrote. “As another example, it redacted Ms. Maxwell's email address (which linked to her own domain name) in one location but not another; shortly afterward hackers breached the host computer.”
Read the letter, "Re: Defendant Maxwell’s Letter Brief re Materials That Should Remain Sealed or Redacted," from Maxwell attorney, Ty Gee, below.
Another lawsuit, this one filed by the attorney-general of the US Virgin Islands, also promises to continue a slow drip of details about Epstein and his sphere of influence.
And, in another related development, BBC Panorama filmed an interview with Prince Andrew's Royal Protection Cop and then decided not to broadcast it. Listen below in his own words about the interview and what he think happened. This story has legs!