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Ghislaine Maxwell deserves behind the bar for at least 30 years, prosecutors say

Ghislaine Maxwell has been in the bar for at least 30 years because of Jeffrey Epstein's role in recruiting young girls for sexual abuse. The prosecutor said in a newly submitted written discussion that he should spend his time behind the scenes.

A federal prosecutor said Epstein's former gal companion, the infamous right-handed woman, deserves 30 to 55 years' imprisonment in documents filed prior to Tuesday's ruling hearing. ..

They were convicted of sexual traffickingand other crimes in Decemberby Maxwell, who "multiple young teens" between 1994 and 2004. He played an immeasurable role in the horrific sexual abuse of the girl. "

"As part of a disturbing agreement with Jeffrey Epstein, Maxwell identified, cared for, and abused multiple victims, but she enjoyed an extraordinary luxury and privileged life. I was there, "the prosecutor wrote.

They ridiculed Maxwell's lighter judgmentfor hislawyer last week. Attorneys said a former British notable in social circles deserves imprisonment of up to five years.

However, prosecutors argued on Wednesday that Maxwell's victims deserve to see justice withheld through appropriate imprisonment in accordance with federal judgment guidelines recommending about 24 to 30 years. ..

Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted for playing an "instrumental role in the horrific sexual abuse of multiple young teenage girls"
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"In her awakening, Maxwell kills the victim. With emotional and psychological injuries that have been left injured forever, "the prosecutor wrote. "The damage is irreversible, but it can be explained in making a legitimate decision on Maxwell's crime."

They said Maxwell, 60, of Epstein. He called for a lawyer's allegation that he was being punished as an agent.

Prosecutors said Epstein's former girlfriend didn't even take "a hint of accepting responsibility" and instead casts blame as much as possible.

Last week, Maxwell's lawyer accused her of her childhood trauma and abuse allegedly in the hands of her father as a reason she was vulnerable to Epstein's grip.

"Maxwell was an adult of his choice," the prosecutor said in response. "She chose to sexually exploit many underage girls. She chose to collude with Epstein for years, working as a criminal partner and devastating to vulnerable victims.

Prosecutors said that “as part of a disturbing agreement with Jeffrey Epstein, Maxwell identified, groomed, and abused multiple victims, while she enjoyed a life of extraordinary luxury and privilege."
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Prosecution The official further said that she "repented" for deliberately sending a young girl to be sexually abused.

They also dismissed the defense counsel's claim that Maxwell deserves generosity because Maxwell suffers more severe imprisonment than regular pretrial detainees.

"Defendants have enjoyed an amazing privilege as a prominent prisoner, far beyond the benefits given to the average prisoner," the prosecutor said in writing.

"It's not surprising that a woman who lived an incredibly luxurious life complains about her life as a prisoner, but that fact is not worthy of generosity in the judgment, let alone. Extraordinary generosity. Defendant wants. "

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