Jeffrey Epstein’s death inside his New York City prison cell has been as mysterious as the longtime billionaire pedophile’s life.
And a major player inside his international pedophile conspiracy may have unwillingly left new clues for investigators.
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The latest in the ongoing search for the truth is centered around Epstein’s alleged Madam Ghislaine Maxwell and her emails.
Maxwell, the reported groomer of Epstein’s young girls, had her email hacked by cybercriminals The Telegraph reported this week.
What is inside could blow the roof off everything.
Some of the most powerful figures connected to the underground sex network could potentially be exposed to the public, or sold — and of course, this would include the prospect that former President Bill Clinton, who was photographed inside Epstein’s “Lolita Express” jet, might appear in these emails, among other rich and powerful world leaders.
Could this also incriminate the Duke of York Prince Andrew, a close companion of Maxwell who is also accused of being involved in the scandal?
The Telegraph reported that Maxwell — who has kept a low profile since Epstein’s arrest — is quietly fighting the release of her email address after it was included in court papers filed by an appeals court, which demanded that evidence be turned over to investigate her level of involvement with Epstein.
And according to Page Six, Maxwell’s lawyers are blaming New York’s Second Circuit Court of Appeals for the hacking of her account by cybercriminals.
Lawyers said that court officials didn’t scrub her email entirely from the court docs.
“Despite the Second Circuit’s best efforts, it made serious mistakes,” her lawyers wrote in a Dec. 5 letter. “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.”
Everyone surrounding the case is holding their breath — until a judge rules on whether or not Maxwell’s documents will be publicized.
Telegraph writes that Maxwell’s spokesperson refuses to comment on whether or not the emails from her email address have been stolen, nor would they reveal if the cyber hackers behind the breach have been identified.
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