Ghislane Maxwell Has Been Pronounced Guilty And The Image Sanitizing Has Already Begun

Adebayo Adeniran
3 min readDec 30, 2021

The abused and trafficked girls do not and have never mattered.

Alan Dershowitz on the BBC courtesy of Twitter

Not unless you have been living under a rock, you will have been privy to the on goings of the Ghislane Maxwell trial.

Ghislane Maxwell, for those of you who have no knowledge of her, was responsible for providing an endless supply of under aged girls for Jeffery Epstein to ruthlessly exploit.

Among those who were present at Epstein’s parties where these young girls were abused were Bill Clinton, Bill Gates and not forgetting our own Prince Andrew — the third child of her majesty, the Queen.

While it’s immensely gratifying that Maxwell has been convicted, what’s completely reprehensible has been the mainstream media’s approach to the whole matter.

When I say the mainstream media, I am specifically referring to the BBC.

Yes, the British Broadcasting Corporation.

The BBC, over the last few hours, has presided over the some of the most disgraceful journalism that you will ever see in your life.

Britain’s finest made the all important decision to invite Alan Dershowitz, one of Epstein’s main associates, to speak about the guilty verdict.

Alan Dershowitz, we must remember, admitted to having had a massage at Epstein’s residence, while having his pants on. And the picture embedded below, tells us how close the lawyer was to the events that took place at the serial abuser’s mansion.

Captured from my twitter account

Why on earth is Epstein’s close friend being given the oxygen of publicity?

Who is speaking on behalf of the victims?

Why isn’t the BBC seeking out the lawyers and families of those who have been abused and exploited in the way that it has sought out Dershowitz?

This, for me, sums up perfectly our world today.

The abused and trafficked young girls, whose lives have been ruined, do not matter. The wealthiest in society, who control the narrative in our…

Adebayo Adeniran

A lifelong bibliophile, who seeks to unleash his energy on as many subjects as possible