Judge signals perjury trial against Ghislaine Maxwell will likely go forward
Judge Alison Nathan, who presided over Maxwell’s trial, asked in an order Monday for the defense and prosecutors to submit a proposed schedule for a perjury case against the convicted sex…
Told you. — Brian Cates
2 counts of perjury, on which they have her cold, adds another maximum of 10 years to whatever sentence she gets on the earlier conviction. When she gets convicted on the perjury.
☝️☝️☝️Its not “likely” that Maxwell’s trial for perjury will go forward. It’s absolutely certain it will go forward. The judge is already saying there will be a perjury trial. What Judge Alison Nathan did is that she asked the prosecution and the defense to submit to her a proposed schedule for this coming perjury trial.