How on earth can you keep a person alive who some of the most powerful people in the world want to silence?

Ghislaine Maxwell is a marked woman. The chances of Ghislaine dying are much higher than her living through this. She has information to bring down major power-players, people who hold all the cards – to bring them to their collective knees, and take away their entire life.

MORE NEWS: Should Biden Win Election, He Does Not Rule Out Investigation of President Trump

These powerful people will not just sit back and allow that to happen.

No way. 

That’s exactly what an attorney who represents Epstein’s victims is saying.

When do you think the country should re-open and get back to work?

By completing the poll, you agree to receive emails from and that you've read and agree to our privacy policy and legal statement.

Attorney Spencer Kuvin, who represents victims of Jeffrey Epstein and Maxwell, says Ghislaine knows too much and she “won’t make it out of this alive.”

He also correctly predicted Epstein’s demise early on, and people laughed at him then.

I bet they’re not laughing this time around.

From Breitbart

Lawyer Spencer Kuvin told the Daily Mail there are fears among Epstein’s victims Maxwell, 58,  “knows too much” and there are powerful people who will work to prevent her testifying in court.

“I don’t think she is going to get out of jail alive,” Kuvin said. “I said the same thing about Jeffrey Epstein and people laughed at me.”

“I think she knows way too much information – I just have this gut feeling.”

Jeffrey Epstein was arrested last July but died in prison less than a month later while awaiting trial on charges of sex trafficking minors.

Maxwell has not entered a plea but strongly denies any allegations of sexual misconduct made against her.

MORE NEWS: As the Left attempts to eliminate Second Amendment rights and cops in America, gun sales set records

I joked a few articles ago that someone should strap 30 different GoPros onto Ms. Maxwell’s body and hook up a webcam that we can all monitor.

As tongue-in-cheek as that sounds, it’s probably the only way we could up our chances of keeping her alive…and even then it’s still iffy.

This piece was written by Missy Crane on July 5, 2020. It originally appeared in and is used by permission.

The opinions expressed by contributors and/or content partners are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Drew Berquist.