Anonymous @AAG 8 December 2019 at 20:43
*** I have no idea whether the following material represents truth, error, spoof, or misdirection. ***
Kirby Sommers @kirbysommers:
“BREAKING Ghislaine Maxwell is using her Amazon account to send messages to others in the ‘network.’
“It appears she is asking trying to sell information and is asking for money.
“[FROM AMAZON.COM:] ‘This is a great book about the gig economy and how hard it is to make a living driving the streets. The author has an easy conversational style and good grasp of the issues surrounding the ride share phenomenon. The facts and figures are fascinating and the tales of riders make it a great read. Buy this book. Duane needs to pay off his car.’
“The review left on ‘The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives’ was written days after Jeffrey Epstein died on August 15, 2019. It reads:
“[FROM AMAZON.COM:] ‘A good friend of mine died recently under very tragic circumstances. Some of us saw it coming for quite a while but it was still a huge shock when it finally happened. I picked up this book at the advice of a friend and absolutely couldn’t put it down. I’d read it walking the dog, getting fast food, or even just lounging around the house. It helped me realized that my friend really believed in something, and that giving your life for the CIA, NSA, FBI, Mossad, or other intelligence agency is truly a higher calling and not something to mourn. A wholehearted recommendation.’
- Ghislaine Maxwell appears to be using the Amazon account to send messages.
- This would indicate that she cannot use ordinary methods of communication.
- Maxwell appears to know she is being watched.
- This is an open blackmail attempt.
- ‘FACTS AND FIGURES,’
- ‘BUY THIS BOOK,’
- DUANE NEEDS TO PAY OFF HIS CAR,’
show she is trying to sell information and needs money.
Ghislaine Maxwell appears to have landed in the same situation as her father Robert Maxwell in ’91.
- Attempting blackmail in need of money.
In another book review dated 2016 for ‘Monsters in the Dark’ about human trafficking she writes:
“[FROM AMAZON.COM:] ‘A tough but enthralling read. March 15, 2016. Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
“‘This is a dark and sometimes painful study of twisted desire and human trafficing. Both the main characters seem to revel in the painful aspects of sex with plenty of blood shed during lovemaking. The scenes of sex slavery and the kidnapping rings are very graphic and difficult to read at times but Winter keeps you enthralled if horrified …
“‘This couple deserves some happiness after the events portrayed although you are never sure they will get it. A good story but tough to take at times. It kept me awake at night.’
“This speaks directly about human trafficking and her feeling that ‘the couple deserves happiness’.”