The following is a statement from the desk of Spencer T. Kuvin, Esq, attorney for nearly a dozen of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims, on the purported arrest of his recruiter, confidant, and fellow co-conspirator in Epstein’s infamous pedophilia criminal ring Ghislaine Maxwell this morning in New Hampshire.
“As we have consistently said, we were hopeful that the U.S. Attorney’s office would hold all co-conspirators accountable for their actions in the Epstein conspiracy. With the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, this welcomed news will hopefully be the first of many co-conspirators to face the consequences of this horrific crimes. While the fund [Epstein Victim’s Compensation Program] was the first page of the last chapter in this sad and terrible saga, the prosecution of Epstein’s co-conspirators, including Ms. Maxwell, will signal the conclusion of this final chapter. The arrest and successful prosecution of Ms. Maxwell and other co-conspirators brings this sad story full circle to a close. We are proud of the FBI and the States’ Attorney’s office for their voracious investigation, and the victims are again hopeful that the justice system will hold these people accountable. We will now wait and see if this holds true.”
Attributed to Spencer T. Kuvin, Esq. of the Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb, P.A. in West Palm Beach, FL. Kuvin has been representing many of Epstein’s accusers since 2006 and was recently featured in the popular Netflix miniseries Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich.[/column_1] [template id=”11411″] [/column_1]