July 12, 2020
New York Post – Ghislaine Maxwell is being moved from “cell to cell” in her Brooklyn lockup — over fears someone will try to kill the accused Jeffrey Epstein madam before she stands trial, according to a report.
Insiders have told the Mail on Sunday that prison officials are so “terrified someone will try to kill her” that they are constantly moving her around inside the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.
“She is being moved from cell to cell and sometimes has a cellmate, sometimes not,” an insider told the UK paper.
“Jeffrey Epstein died behind bars and they are terrified someone will try to kill Ghislaine,” the source said.
There are also fears over a coronavirus outbreak in the prison system “which could kill her,” the source warned.
Former warden Cameron Lindsay previously told The Post that the risks for a high-profile inmate like Maxwell are real.
“To take someone out like that, that would be a badge of honor in the subculture of prisons,” he said … Read more.
Speculation, intrigue descend on Bradford following arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell
July 11, 2020
Concord Monitor – Lois Kilnapp couldn’t help noticing when two men with British accents started visiting the Bradford town dump.
Kilnapp, who has been running the dump for the past eight years, supervises residents as they bring in their waste and recyclables every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
It wasn’t just the accents she remembers, Kilnapp said. The men were friendly – polite, even.
And they followed the rules. At the dump, there’s a place for everything. Visitors must sort their recyclables into specific containers for cardboard, paper, plastic bottles, glass and cans. Many don’t bother doing so, but the two men always did.
“They were real gentlemen,” she said. “And they did everything right.”
But revelations made last week led Kilnapp to wonder if there was more to the strangers – namely, that they may have actually been caretakers for Ghislaine Maxwell, helping her stay hidden on the outskirts of town.
Speculation has run high in the small town following the news that a woman who has risen to international notoriety had been living among them, perhaps for months.
Maxwell is the longtime associate and alleged accomplice of Jeffery Epstein, the disgraced financier who was arrested last July on charges of sex trafficking, and who ultimately committed suicide in federal custody.
The FBI found Maxwell in hiding on a 156-acre luxury property she had purchased in December in rural Bradford the morning of July 2. She has since been moved to a federal jail in Brooklyn, where she faces six counts alleging she helped Epstein groom and abuse young girls and women.
Many residents consider the arrest of an accused sex trafficker the “most sensational thing” that’s ever happened in Bradford, Kilnapp said.
“It’s almost like they’re starstruck,” she said … Read more.