Newsweek Does Laughable Epstein Fact-Check–Ghislaine’s Little Black Book Remains Sealed

After Epstein’s sidekick, Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty, Human Events Senior Editor Jack Posobiec sent out a tweet stating that “All details of Epstein’s Network ordered sealed.”

Of course, Newsweek decided to run to the defense of the corrupt system with a fact-check of this.

They said that “Some evidence in Maxwell’s case remained sealed, including Epstein’s little black book” but that not everything was sealed.

Seems like Newsweek decided to just completely miss the entire point.

From Newsweek:

Some evidence in Maxwell’s case remained sealed, including Epstein’s little black book, however Posobiec’s Tweet suggested that all the evidence had been kept secret.

This doesn’t account for the high profile names of Epstein and Maxwell’s rich and powerful friends that were disclosed in court.

The decision to seal the contacts book was also made during the trial and was therefore not related to the verdict, which hadn’t yet been reached.

Of course, Ghislaine Maxwell’s little black book is going to remain sealed.

From The Times:

The prosecution and defence in the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell have agreed that her “little black book” of contacts will never be made public even though the jury was allowed to see part of it.

Judge Alison Nathan ruled at Manhattan federal court that a only limited amount of material from the British socialite’s contacts book would be released under seal.

Why can’t we see what was found on Epstein’s hard drives:

CD Drawer, Hard Drives Found In Epstein Mansion–Over 20K Images Recovered From Epstein’s Mansion

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