Sickening Evidence In Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Shows She ‘Set Up VIP Elites’ With Kids To Rape
Prosecutors in the child sex trafficking case against Ghislaine Maxwell say the defendant “set up VIP elites” with children to rape, court documents show.
According to the court filing, emails that show Maxwell made arrangements to set up powerful elites, including politicians and world leaders, with underage sex trafficking victims “they would like.”
Prosecutors have urged the judge to allow the identifies of the elite pedophiles to be revealed during the trial.
The lead attorney states in the court filing that Maxwell’s email messages expose her as “using her ability to provide access” to Epstein’s child rape victims “as a form of social currency.”
Dailymail.co.uk reports: It claims: ‘These exhibits show (1) the defendant’s willingness to facilitate encounters between powerful men and women they would like, and (2) the defendant’s understanding that providing such access is a way to ingratiate herself with powerful men.
‘These emails make clear that the defendant was willing to serve in such a role, and that she was eager to please wealthy and influential men by providing them with access to women.’
Maxwell’s lawyers said that if she was trying to ‘ingratiate herself with a friend, so what?’
Their response document states: ‘If her motive is to permit adult women to date her single friends, then it is not to pick up schoolgirls off the street to give “sexual massages” to Jeffrey Epstein.
‘And if she already had access to other powerful and influential men who were in her life, she would not need her friendship or access to Jeffrey Epstein.’
The matter of the emails is set to be debated today at the final hearing before Maxwell’s trial.
The public phase of jury selection, known as voir dire, is set to begin in the Manhattan court room tomorrow.
Opening statements are due on November 29.
Maxwell faces six counts, including enticement of minors, sex trafficking of children and perjury.
The daughter of disgraced tycoon Robert Maxwell denies all of the counts, which carry jail sentences of up to 80 years.
She is being held in a 6ft by 9ft cell at Brooklyn’s bleak Metropolitan Detention Centre and has set aside £5.2million to pay for her defence.
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Philippine church leader charged with child sex trafficking
The leader of a Philippines-based church has been charged with having sex with underage girls who faced threats of “eternal damnation” unless they catered to the self-proclaimed “son of God.”
Apollo Carreon Quiboloy and two of his top administrators are among nine people named in a superseding indictment returned by a federal grand jury last week and unsealed Thursday. The indictment includes three Los Angeles-based administrators of Quiboloy’s church who were charged last year. The new indictment also names a church administrator in Hawaii.
Quiboloy, 71, is head of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ church, founded in 1985. The church claims to have 6 million members in about 200 countries. Its United States headquarters is in the Van Nuys area of Los Angeles.
The church backed the 2016 candidacy of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, a close friend of Quiboloy. Duterte used the group’s radio and TV program in southern Davao city to express his views on issues way back when he was mayor of the southern port city.
Quiboloy claims to be “the appointed son of God” and in 2019 claimed he stopped a major earthquake from hitting the southern Philippines.
The superseding indictment contains a raft of charges, including conspiracy, sex trafficking of children, sex trafficking by force, fraud and coercion, marriage fraud, money laundering, cash smuggling and visa fraud.
Quiboloy is believed to be in the Philippines, where his camp said that he and the other accused church leaders were ready to face legal issues although they did not answer the charges in a statement posted on his group’s news website, SMNI News Channel.
“We are confident and ready to face whatever is hurled against pastor Quiboloy and the kingdom leaders,” said the statement, which was attributed to an unnamed church legal counsel and accused “dissidents” of bringing up the charges to destroy Quiboloy. “We trust the process of justice and we certainly expect the truth to prevail and the kingdom ministry will continue to prosper.”
Philippine Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said Quiboloy was not facing any complaint in his country related to the U.S. charges. He said without elaborating that a separate complaint for rape was filed against Quiboloy in Davao city last year but it has been dismissed but the decision was on appeal before the Department of Justice in Manila. The dismissed complaint included charges of child abuse, trafficking in persons through forced labor and trafficking in persons through sexual abuse, Guevarra told reporters in Manila.
The indictment accuses Quiboloy and others of recruiting women and girls, typically 12 to 25 years old, as “pastorals” who cooked his meals, cleaned his houses, massaged him and traveled with him around the world. Some also had sex with Quiboloy on scheduled “night duty,” including some minors such as a 15-year-old girl, according to the indictment.
They were coerced into “night duty” under “the threat of physical and verbal abuse and eternal damnation,” according to the indictment.
Quiboloy and the others also are accused of bringing church members to the U.S. with fraudulently obtained student visas or sham marriages to solicit donations for the church’s charity, based in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale.
Workers who managed to escape from the church told the FBI that they worked year-round and were beaten and psychologically abused if they didn’t make daily quotas, according to court documents from the previous indictment. Some described having to live in cars at truck stops.
The money for the nonprofit Children’s Joy Foundation USA was supposed to benefit poor children in the Philippines. But prosecutors said most of it financed church operations and the lavish lifestyle of Quiboloy and other church leaders.
At least $20 million was sent back to the church in the Philippines between 2014 and 2019, according to an FBI affidavit filed with the previous indictment.
This story was corrected to fix the name of the church in the summary to Kingdom of Jesus Christ and correct the surname of leader to Quiboloy throughout story.
It was only a matter of time before an academic took umbrage at the word “pedophile”.