The trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, which opened Monday in New York, has all the ingredients of a good television soap opera: sexual abuse of minors, money and celebrities, all seasoned with a few conspiratorial theses.
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But the trial is not only that of this former London and New York socialite, used to private planes and luxury residences, a member of the small international universe of great fortunes and politics.
He is also that, posthumously, of his former companion, both lover and employer, billionaire and sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein, found hanged in his cell in a Manhattan prison on August 10, 2019. The trial of the latter did not never could take place.
His ghost may however be present next to Maxwell.
The monumental Thurgood Marshall Court, in the middle of Manhattan, a few blocks from the prison where Epstein was found dead, has already hosted several famous trials, such as the one
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