Absolutely. This indictment is an invitation to plead guilty. This isn't even close to what they would actually try her on if she decides to fight.
Your thoughts. Have they held back of more recent serious charges as further leverage? A superseding indictment perhaps?
4:04 PM · Jul 3, 2020
Are you saying that if she doesn't plead guilty, there will be superseding indictments? Because I couldn't believe how little they charged her with, and such old crimes. Is that why they didn't charge her with sex trafficking specifically?
4:45 PM · Jul 3, 2020
Funny how CNN didn't manage to get footage of the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell's house in New Hampshire, nor did the FBI think it was necessary to make the arrest at dawn.
No cameras, arrest happens at 8:30 am.
Raise your hand if you think the Special Counsel tipped CNN re Stone.
4:44 PM · Jul 3, 2020
The real question is: Does DoJ have any plans for a deal? Are they offering this "invitation to plead guilty" with or without strings--requirements for cooperation? Such an invitation in a very high profile case would normally suggest the government is seeking cooperation.