According to witnesses who recently testified in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial, in one of the raids on the New York mansion of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, the FBI reportedly found boxes of CDs containing pictures of naked women and girls, which were carefully organized and catalogued.
The FBI reportedly found the valuable evidence during a raid conducted at Epstein’s residence in July 2019 following his arrest on sex trafficking charges.
As reported by Fox News, in a closet on one of the floors of the 7-story New York mansion, agents found boxes with CDs containing some of those photographs with “evidence” tape in the style used by police, an FBI agent named Kelly McGuire testified during Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial last week.
In another of the rooms, investigators found “numerous black binders” with white labels. Special Agent McGuire testified that the folders contained “clear pages with thumbnail photographs with CDs attached.”
McGuire is considered a key witness, given that she was one of those who witnessed that raid in which strong evidence was found showing the perverse inclinations of the billionaire and his inner circle, which includes his partner Ghislaine Maxwell and other personalities such as former President Clinton and Prince Andrew.
The witness recounted in detail the procedure of that day in which the mansion, valued at 77 million dollars, was searched.
The special agents knocked on the door, but when no answer was received, they made a forced entry and did a complete reconnaissance to ensure that there was no threat to the intervening personnel.
In addition to the valuable documentation found, McGuire said that on the third floor of the mansion, they obtained other items of importance when they came across a safe. To open it they had to get a special saw.
Inside they found several items that the FBI considered valuable and were documented with photographs. Among the items found were “more binders with CDs, various items of jewelry, external hard-drives, lose diamonds, large amounts of U.S. currency and passports.”
Among the witnesses added in the Maxwell trial was “Kate,” a British musician who was presented as a victim of the pedophile and his partner.
Kate’s” testimony lasted more than an hour, and in summary, she testified that she was groomed by Ghislaine Maxwell and then sexually abused by Epstein in London when she was 17 years old.
The defense attempted to discredit the witness by arguing an alleged history of drug, sleeping pills, and alcohol abuse.
When Assistant U.S. Attorney Lara Pomperantz, asked the witness if she remembered the first time she saw Epstein naked, the witness briefly closed her eyes and took a moment to hold back tears.
“Do you remember who was there?” insisted Pomerantz. “Ghislaine Maxwell,” she replied, adding that the reason she remembered that day was “because those events come back to me all the time. I have nightmares about them.”
Another witness, introduced as “Jane” to protect her identity, testified that she was just 14 years old when Maxwell allegedly lured her into Jeffrey Epstein’s abusive orbit.
Her statement further sunk Epstein’s ex-partner by asserting that she was present at times when this abuse occurred and even actively participated on some occasions.
Maxwell is currently on trial for six counts related to her alleged participation and cooperation in Epstein’s sexual abuse of underage teenagers. She has pleaded not guilty.