(VIDEO) Why Ghislaine Maxwell Wrapped her Cellphone in Foil

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Jeffrey Epstein’s pimp and chief overseer of sexual slaves, Ghislaine Maxwell, has recently been captured by the FBI on the grounds of her massive New Hampshire estate.

But that’s not the latest news coming out of this overall tragedy. What’s new is that this woman actually had her cellphone wrapped her cellphone in foil at the time of her capture.

How she could be worth million, as well as engage in the slave trade for decades, is simply astounding.

As reported by the New York Post;

Ghislaine Maxwell kept a cellphone wrapped in foil to try to shield her location while hiding out on a sprawling New Hampshire estate, prosecutors revealed Monday.

FBI agents discovered the amateurish attempt at counter-surveillance during a security sweep of the secluded mansion where Maxwell was busted earlier this month, according to papers filed in Manhattan federal court.

While searching the place, the feds “noticed a cell phone wrapped in tin foil on top of a desk, a seemingly misguided effort to evade detection,” prosecutors wrote.

The crude cloaking effort was clearly aimed at law enforcement and not “the press or the public, which of course would have no ability to trace her phone or intercept her communications,” prosecutors wrote.

Would it be out of bounds of me to publicly wonder out-loud if we should happen to find her suicided while in custody?

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