Did the prosecution in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial do enough to convict the madame? Attorney and Northwestern University professor Andrew Stoltmann says they weren’t even close.
Stoltmann tells Fox Business News the trial has been highly suspicious from the start. He says it was supposed to last at least six weeks and include many alleged sex-trafficking victims on the witness stand, but it was over in three weeks and only four alleged victims were called. Add to that the lack of scrutiny into the many enablers in the case, such as the passengers on the Lolita Express. “I don’t know what they’re hiding, I don’t know who they’re covering for, but it’s really upsetting.”
Despite the flimsy effort by the prosecution, Stoltmann expect a guilty verdict. Here more from Fox. with Kennedy.