Barr Should Transfer Ghislaine Maxwell To Rikers For Her Safety: Former Prison Official


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Chief Law Officer Expense Barr ought to transfer Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged ‘madam’ to Rikers Island while her case plays out, as the Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) in Brooklyn is ill-equipped to deal with the prominent prisoner.

” I don’t believe the feds can deal with these detainees, such high-profile detainees like Maxwell or Epstein,” former New York City Department of Corrections Deputy Warden Ed Gavin told Fox News‘ Tucker Carlson on Wednesday. “If I were William Barr, what I would do is, I would seek to acquire a replacement jail order and I would attempt to have Ms. Maxwell placed on Rikers Island with the New York City Department of Corrections

Maxwell was recently transferred from a New Hampshire jail to MDC, where according to The Sun, she was referred to as a ‘depressed loner’ branded a ‘snooty rich bitch’ by her fellow prisoners – so if she winds up dead, she couldn’t have actually been gotten by powerful forces intent on burying Epstein’s secrets, even if cameras must break and prison guards fall asleep some eventful night in Brooklyn.

The 58- year-old ex-socialite, whose (thought Mossad) father died in 2006 under mysterious scenarios, will be safeguarded by the “greatest security offered,” according to The Sun‘s anonymous source.

According to Gavin, nevertheless, MDC runs a sloppy operation.

” In 2011, there was a female corrections officer there, she had sex on task with 8 workers,” he said. ” 2 of them transcended officers. She also made love with two inmates … We [also] have a lieutenant and 2 corrections officers just recently who were convicted of sexually abusing over 10 ladies … So I do not believe that facility is capable of handling it [Maxwell], there’s simply too much that’s gone on there just recently, and I do not think any female inmate needs to be housed there” (by means of Fox News).

Maxwell was charged with 6 counts related to her supposed role in Epstein’s child sex-trafficking ring.

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