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Ghislaine Maxwell must be reminded to clean her “very dirty” cells, federal prosecutors say
Federal prosecutor Johannes Eiselmanhattan counterattacked after Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyer complained about her “harmful” condition last month. The letter arrived in response to a complaint sent to a federal judge by a British socialist lawyer in February. Eating an unheated meal, security guards “physically abused” her during a trafficking investigation at the Metropolitan Detention Center. “The overall condition of detention adversely affected Maxwell’s health and overall well-being. He lost weight, lost hair, and lost concentration,” said lawyer Bobby Sternheim. I’m writing to Judge Alison Nathan of the US District Court. However, the federal prosecutor in Manhattan paints a completely different picture. Maxwell said in a filing on Tuesday that he was healthy, had no noticeable hair loss, was vaccinated with COVID, and seemed to be sleeping on a night check, but to himself about cleanliness issues. I have been warned. Prosecutors added that they warned a 59-year-old woman that detention staff claimed to have refused to keep prison cells clean and even flush the toilet. “Her ex-self in prison” “Following a lawyer’s complaint in a letter of an improperly conducted putdown investigation on February 16, 2021, MDC conducted an investigation and, contrary to the defendant’s allegations, We found that the investigation into the matter was actually recorded. Completely with a handheld camera, “said a footnote to a letter submitted by US lawyers Morrencomy, Alison Moe, and Larapomerants. “After checking the camera footage, the MDC was searched properly and the defendant’s complaint about the case was unfounded,” their letter said. “MDC lawyers also confirmed that all putt-down searches of the defendant were video-recorded.” A government letter said that after Maxwell’s abuse complaint, MDC staff “very much” to the heirs. He added that he ordered “clean her cells because they were dirty.” In particular, MDC staff said they smelled cells because the defendant did not wash the toilet frequently after use. ” “Furthermore, the cells were getting more and more dirty because the defendant hadn’t cleaned her cells for a while. The MDC staff smelled, not in retaliation for complaining about a particular search. He instructed the defendant to clean her cell according to the dirt. The laptop continues to receive 13 hours a day, 7 days a week, “more time to confirm the discovery than any other prisoner. “. MDC also confirmed Maxwell’s email account after prison officials claimed to have deleted the message prematurely. “The investigation revealed that the defendant deleted some of his emails and archived other emails,” the letter said. “The investigation found no evidence that MDC staff had deleted the defendant’s email.” (Prison Office policy is that prisoners’ emails are deleted every six months. Filing Note.) Maxwell is allowed to leave his cell phone daily from 7 am to 8 pm, and while in the dayroom, the prosecutor said: MDC desktop computers, laptops, TVs, social phones and phone calls to lawyers, showers are available. “She is allowed to do outdoor recreation every day, but she can shorten such recreational time if needed,” the government added. “The defendant can also contact her lawyer as much time as any other MDC inmate.” The prosecutor said that the MDC lawyer said Maxwell’s meals were heated in a hot oven and in the facility. The city’s tap water tells them that the water is New York. When the city performs maintenance, they say prisoners receive bottled water. “MDC lawyers emphasized that MDC staff, including legal staff, drink the same tap water from the same water system as the defendant while at the facility,” their letter said. Last week, Maxwell’s legal team turned to the Second Circuit. Proceed to ensure her release from MDC. The Federal District Court for the Southern District of New York denied bail permission three times because she thought she was at risk of flying. In a motion for pretrial release, Maxwell’s lawyer, David Oscar Marx, compared her to other convicted sex offenders who were granted bail before the trial. , Including Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein. Marcus also mentioned the fictional serial killer of the Silence of the Lambs. “Since her arrest, Maxwell has faced a nightmare situation,” the motion said. “She is a model prisoner who did nothing to endanger society and literally encourage” special “treatment, but she is quarantined. It’s a good condition for Hannibal Lecter, but he’s not a 59-year-old woman who poses no threat to anyone. .. Find out more at The Daily Beast. Get top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now! DailyBeast Membership: Beast Inside digs deeper into the stories that matter to you. learn more.