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Coded Information In Ghislaine Maxwell Emails Analyzed By Attorneys

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A federal court in New York has ordered Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyers to search her emails for specific terms and names related to a lawsuit by Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre.

The terms include lewd references and high-profile names, such as “nipple,” “schoolgirl,” and “Prince Andrew.”

Maxwell’s legal team disputed over a hundred requested names and challenged searches for common words and keywords. (Trending: First Moon Mission In 50 Years Blasts Off)

The documents also reveal redacted and sealed files from a 2015 lawsuit.

Throughout the civil case, Giuffre’s lawyers accused Maxwell and Epstein of stalling and improper document withholding.

“You derive things like these lists from talking to these witnesses who say, ‘Well, I have an email and used this term, this name was used,’” digital forensics expert Frank Thornton said.

“The judge may have decided that, after reviewing it, a lot of it really doesn’t pertain to the case at all, no basis to turn it over to the other party.”

“No. 104 jumps out at me: ‘joint* w/3 defend*,’” he said.

“They’d be looking for something that begins with ‘joint’ and within 3 words of something that begins with ‘defen.'”

Maxwell, who was sentenced to 20 years for grooming and sex trafficking, is appealing her conviction and has not commented on the document release.

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