Testimony in Jeffrey Epstein Case Can Be Made Public, Court Decides

Testimony in Jeffrey Epstein Case Can Be Made Public, Court Decides

(WatchDogReport.org) – In July, Ghislaine Maxwell attorneys appealed a judge’s ruling to allow two of her depositions related to a civil case against convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein to be made public. The deceased pedophile’s former girlfriend was trying to keep the testimony secret. She failed.

On October 19, the 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan issued a ruling stating the depositions can go public. A three-judge panel decided last week that her arguments were without merit.

Maxwell is currently awaiting charges related to her alleged involvement in the Epstein case. Prosecutors claim she helped recruit underage girls for her former boyfriend to sexually assault. One of the victims she’s accused of helping to recruit was just 14 years old. If a jury finds her guilty, Maxwell could be sentenced to 35 years in prison.

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