After Ghislaine Maxwell blamed an imaginary cellmate she named ‘A-17’ when told off in the clink, amongst documents seized from Donald Trump by the FBI is one titled ‘A-17’
In November last year, in a “world exclusive” interview with the Mail on Sunday’s Daphne Barak, the since convicted and deservedly jailed for 20 years mucky madam sex offender Ghislaine Maxwell bizarrely declared:
“Strange things happen [in my prison cell]. The toilet flushes, the shower turns on when no one is nearby. When it happens, it alarms the guards so I created a ‘cellmate’ called A-17 so when something strange happens I blame it on A-17.”
“I play peek-a-boo, hiding behind pillars and the guards join in. There are always smiles all round. Then I have a ‘monster move’ where I raise my hands and growl and they do it back. We laugh.”
Though the invention of ‘A-17’ were written off as the odd antics of a delusional deviant in denial of the serious crimes she committed along with her since croaked Ponzi scheming cohort and ex-lover Jeffrey Epstein at that time, now with the FBI’s recent raid on their former friend Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida that codename has again raised its ugly head.
Featured amongst 27 boxes, 11 sets of classified documents – which included amongst other things a grant of clemency for Trump’s mate Roger Stone and information on the President of France – seized is one listed as a box that has been referenced as ‘A-17.”
Kan M. Nawady, a former Southern District of New York federal prosecutor turned “seasoned trial, investigations and criminal defence lawyer” and ABC News contributor remarked late last week:
“This is exactly the same espionage that [Edward] Snowden was charged with… What that is, that is that it means they think that there was mishandling of top-secret information that was transmitted to unauthorised persons. This is the exact same statute that Snowden was charged with.”
“[These are documents that] if they get out there, it can cause exceptionally grave damage to our national security – so it’s really important stuff, it’s sensitive stuff.”
Could the 45th POTUS’ words of August 2020 about Maxwell be coming back to now haunt him? At the time, he remarked:
“Firstly, I don’t know that, but I do know that her friend or boyfriend Epstein was either killed or committed suicide in jail.”
“She’s now in jail. Yeah, I wish her well. I’d wish you well, I’d wish a lot of people well. Good luck. Let them prove that somebody was guilty. Do you know she was guilty?”
“Her boyfriend died in jail and people are still trying to figure out how did that happen. Was it suicide? Was he killed? And I do wish her well and I’m not looking at anything bad for her. I’m not looking bad for anybody.”
“And they took that and they made such a big deal and all it is is that her boyfriend died in jail. Was he killed? Was it suicide? I wish her well.”
One thing is sure and that right-minded people everywhere will continue to remind both Donald Trump and Bill Clinton that links to Maxwell and Epstein should not be left to fade away quietly. It is time that both former presidents explained at the very least why they were both so happy to spend time with and jet around the world with these two very wicked wastrels.