Justice Delayed is still Justice

Oh, ¡SNAP!  H/T Scissorhead D-Cap

By now everyone knows that Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted of trafficking underaged girls for Jeffrey Epstein, and for some of their victims there is finally some justice.

That said, if you’ve convicted the trafficker, you now must convict the johns.

I do not care how many ex-presidents and princes (and princes of industry) are involved or what their particular politics are, these people need to be as accountable for their behavior as Maxwell.

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15 Responses to Justice Delayed is still Justice

  1. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    Amazing how nobody is satisfied with this whole legal process. Everybody wanted a dramatic trial with revelations about the rot among the Uber-wealthy. Maxwell, a monster to be sure, is also a sacrificial lamb.

    In a disgusting move, BBC actually had Dershowitz on to discuss the case? WTF?

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    • tengrain says:

      B-4: I was just starting to work on a post about the BBC. They usually do better.



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      • MDavis says:

        I learned they did this by reading their apology for it.
        Whoever’s idea it was needs some newspaper justice, though. Like sent to work for ONAN, maybe.


    • Buttermilk Sky says:

      Dershowitz again? Last I heard he was calling Desmond Tutu an antisemite. Maybe he’s getting ready to run for something.

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    • Alan is still looking for a way back into the Martha’s Vineyard party scene. As for Dershowitz, did he or didnt he keep his underwear on with that girl?


      • w3ski4me says:

        I don’t quite follow the question of his underwear being on or not. I mean Men’s underwear has a hole for the penis to extend from. Not the most comfortable way to have sex, I agree but it in no way means he wasn’t able to.


  2. Jimmy T says:

    Would be a good thing to hold to account those who partook in illegal sex acts with underage girls, but power (particularly white power) has proven time and time again to provide the perpetrators with abundant insulation via expensive lawyering. But we can hope this time it will be different since the (failed) media may actually shout from the rooftops that justice be done. Getting the nation’s mothers and fathers pissed at the selling of their daughters for pleasure and profit may be enough to hold perpetrators to account, or so we can hope…

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  3. Redhand says:

    And what about Matt Gaetz? Yet another instance where Merrick Garland is proving how pathetic he is.

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  4. Jimmy T says:

    Just gotta drop this off…

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  5. spotthedog says:

    Taking a sip of coffee is NOT a good time to read “Love is finishing each other’s sentences”, that is insanely funny! Wonder if she will turn out to be a “swinger” also?

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  6. w3ski4me says:

    Since what she did is a crime, those that paid for her products are criminals too. She would never have been in that business had she not had clients ready to purchase.
    I don’t expect any other arrests however since those were powerful people and not just John’s.
    Too bad really, we could have used the distraction from daily life.
    Still, Ms. Maxwell should be able to trade her recollections for a nicer cell and all the comforts of home.
    Now if we could just get some legal action going against TFG, I’d be glued to the news.

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    • MDavis says:

      But think of the drama! Isn’t that what news is all about, since TFG got the media addicted to it?
      Maybe we can start a campaign to follow up on legal action against the johns as a replacement for making up stuff about the boring old Bidens.


  7. J Roc says:

    If she turns evidence against Trump, Prince Andrew, and whoever else, I think a reduction of sentence would be fitting. She might have to go into witness protection!


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