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« on: July 08, 2020, 08:24:12 pm »

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REVEALED: Mystery brunette who Prince Andrew waved goodbye to from Jeffrey Epstein's pedophile lair is the philanthropist daughter of former Australian prime minister Paul Keating
Video of Prince Andrew at Jeffrey Epstein's Manhattan lair in 2010 has rocked the British royal family
The woman he waved goodbye to in the video was named by friend as Katherine Keating, who was then 29
Her father Paul Keating was Australian prime minister from 1991 to 1996
She is now a 'sustainability' campaigner who works for a showbusiness talent agency that represents Sir Paul McCartney and U2
Keating, now 37, also partied with Ghislaine Maxwell and presented a fawning interview with the alleged procurer, calling her a 'philanthropist'
The video was taken day before infamous picture of Epstein and Andrew walking together in Central Park but was only revealed this weekend
In the wake of the pedophile's death, Andrew, Queen Elizabeth's second son, released a statement again saying he had no knowledge of Epstein's crimes

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« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2020, 08:29:02 pm »

Ghislaine Maxwell broke down in tears and wailed, “Why is this happening?” when she faced a judge last week, according to a key accuser, who called it “one of the best days of my life.”

Virginia Roberts Giuffre — who has repeatedly claimed Maxwell forced her to have sex with Prince Andrew — claims she heard the anguished cries during the British socialite’s remote appearance before a federal magistrate in New Hampshire hours after her arrest Thursday.

She heard “a very loud British woman screaming, ‘Why is this happening? How is this happening? How could this happen?’ — and just crying her eyes out,” Giuffre told “60 Minutes Australia,” smiling at the memory.

While Maxwell appeared via video in front of the judge, members of the public were only allowed to listen in to audio of the proceeding, per rules about filming in federal court.

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