Ghislaine Maxwell tried to get herself taken out of solitary confinement and place in general population of the Brooklyn jail where she’s being held. In and of itself, that’s not that interesting. But when you consider the following, it is highly interesting.
Although Jeffery Epstein’s death was ruled officially a suicide, there are big questions about that. The guards who were supposed to be watching him were, allegedly, asleep. And, the prison where Epstein was held was also, allegedly, nearly “suicide proof.”
Conspiracy theories began almost immediately after Epstein’s death. Denizens of the internet (particularly Twitter and Reddit) were of one mind about the suicide: that it was orchestrated to keep Epstein from publicly implicating powerful people involved in his alleged sex-ring.
The flames of conspiracy were fanned when Epstein’s representatives hired Michael Baden, a pathologist for famous deaths, to do his own autopsy. Worse, even before Baden has had his chance to do an autopsy, the state autopsy discovered broken bones in Epstein’s neck.
So with that context, Maxwell’s bid to get moved to general population looks like an effort either to 1) orchestrated by anyone but her, so that she can get killed before she exposes her coconspirators, 2) orchestrated by her so she can get herself killed before she has to testify.