Ghislaine Maxwell Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison

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Ghislaine Maxwell has finally been sentenced after a month-long trial that resulted in a federal jury finding her guilty of multiple charges, including sex trafficking minors for illegal sexual activity.

She was also found guilty of conspiracy and transportation of minors for illegal activity.

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Maxwell received 20 years in prison.

The timeline begins in 2005 as police in Palm Beach, Florida began an investigation of Epstein.

A 14-year-old girl was molested at his mansion in Florida as well as multiple other underage girls who were mostly in high school.

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In 2006, police in Florida charged Epstein with multiple counts of unlawful sex with a minor. Epstein was arrested on single count of soliciting prostitution, which was a minor charge.

In 2008, Epstein plead guilty to one count of solicitating prostitution and one count of soliciting prostitution from someone under the age of 18.

He received 18 months in jail, but was placed in a work-release program that allowed him to leave jail during the day to go to his office, then return at night.

Epstein is released from jail in 2009.

He proceeded to accuse his victims over the next decade with help from Maxwell.

Maxwell set up sexual encounters with minors for Epstein as well as other politicians, academicians, businessmen and other rich and powerful men, including Britain’s Prince Andrew.

More on this timeline via Breitbart:

November 2018: The Miami Herald revisits the handling of Epstein’s case in a series of stories focusing partly on the role of Acosta — who by this point is President Donald Trump’s labor secretary — in arranging his unusual plea deal. The coverage renews public interest in the case.

July 6, 2019: Epstein is arrested on federal sex trafficking charges after federal prosecutors in New York conclude that they weren’t bound by the terms of the earlier non-prosecution deal. Days later, Acosta resigns as labor secretary amid public outrage over his role in the initial investigation.

Aug. 10, 2019: Guards find Epstein dead in his cell at a federal jail in New York City. Investigators conclude he killed himself.

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