Ghislaine Maxwell’s Family Now Fears for Her Safety — Worried That She Will ‘Kill Herself’ Like The Others

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With the death of Epstein’s pimp in France, a suspicious death with a complete lack of any video evidence proving the claim that he did actually kill himself, Ghislaine Maxwell’s family is worried that she’ll “kill herself” next.

Or, as John McAfee put it before his suspicious death, they’re worried that someone will tell her “we’re going to kill yourself.”

As the New York Post reports about her family and its worries:

“The family of Ghislaine Maxwell say they fear for her safety after model agent Jean-Luc Brunel was found hanged in his Paris prison cell on Saturday.

[…]“It’s really shocking,” Ian Maxwell, one of Ghislaine’s siblings, told The Post. “Another death by hanging in a high-security prison. My reaction is one of total shock and bewilderment.”

In an interview from his home in London, Maxwell said the family “fears for her safety” at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn where she is being held.

Supposedly, Maxwell is not suicidal, but her family is worried that…one of the other people involved might suicide her and make it look like she was. Neither Jean-Luc Brunel (allegedly his French pimp) or Epstein himself were on suicide watch at the time they “killed themselves.” As the Post puts it:

Maxwell insisted his younger sister is not suicidal, and said that it was “ironic” that Epstein and Brunel who died of apparent suicides were not on suicide watches in their respective prisons. Epstein had been taken off suicide watch shortly before his death in August, 2019.

Likely amplifying their fears are the other somewhat suspicious circumstances surrounding their deaths.

For example, in Brunel’s case, one of his alleged victims noted that the circumstances, circumstances that conveniently can’t be proved because there weren’t any video cameras recording, are suspiciously similar to Epstein’s death, saying:

It sounds so suspicious. I don’t believe it, that he killed himself. It’s like what happened to Epstein. It’s too convenient.

“Those guys, they’re not the suicidal type. He was convinced he was going to get out, so why did he kill himself, you know?

In Epstein’s case, the two cameras meant to cover his cell “malfunctioned,” a third camera that happened to be recording events in his cell produced “unusable” footage, and both guards were supposedly asleep at the time of his death.

Though it’s perfectly possible that both men killed themselves in the manner authorities say they did and that no foul play was involved, the missing footage, which would be quite convenient for those involved if any foul play was involved, has made many people suspicious.

And apparently among those people are the members of Ghislaine Maxwell’s family; they, seeing what happened to Epstein and Brunel, are worried that what happened to those two might happen to her.

If there is foul play going on, one fact that might help her is that she didn’t rat anyone out during her trial and the black book was sealed; perhaps she won’t be suicided after all.

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Jacques MerdeD
Jacques Merde
2 years ago

Maxwell’s family did not appear to be concerned about her while she was rounding up underage girls for Epstein to pass around to his “friends” so he allegedly could blackmail them…

2 years ago

LOL…”worried she is going to kill herself” means she is going to pretend to kill herself then go live in Isisrael with Jeffrey who also didn’t kill himself

Sallie AnnD
Sallie Ann
2 years ago
Reply to  revo

Maybe this is a set up so when she does ‘kill’ herself…no one will look twice in Israel?

2 years ago
Reply to  revo

yep, it’s a double bluff, to make us think that the other’s involved, “died”. Agents “die” when their purpose is compromised. Death is a means to an end to cover for the crimes of the agencies. If they are “dead” then there is reason to ever look further into the crimes, am I right? Whitewash.

Sallie AnnD
Sallie Ann
2 years ago

Maxwell’s welfare is the least of their worries….they are worried that THEY will be next…NOT HER!!!

Dennis Karoleski
Dennis Karoleski
2 years ago

An interesting take on the obviously suspicious suicides of extremely high profile prisoners in some of the (supposedly) most secure confinement facilities who had potentially absolutely ruinous information on rich and powerful people. Fascinating so many appear to feel the previous two “suicides” were faked. I almost get the feeling they are sympathetic toward the accused and perhaps feel a sense of relief they “got away”?

Gideon RockwellD
Gideon Rockwell
2 years ago

Would it be suicide or Clintoncide?????