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That’s apparently the thinking at the federal prison in north Florida where Ghislaine Maxwell, the former procuress for the late, lamented “suicide” Jeffrey Epstein, is serving her two-decade sentence a year after she was convicted on charges related to grooming young girls to serve as sex toys.
Now, according to a report Monday in the U.K.’s Daily Mail, she’s all about empowering women behind bars — and naturally, Hillary Clinton is a role model.
The report, which cites unnamed sources at the Federal Correctional Institution, Tallahassee, couldn’t be independently confirmed by The Western Journal.
In an email Monday, the Bureau of Prisons did confirm that such a class was being taught, just not the instructor: “While the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) does not discuss the conditions of confinement for any inmate or group of inmates, including job assignments or educational participation, we can inform you we believe the class you are referring to is called ‘Modern Etiquette’ (Art of communicating professionally and presenting yourself professionally),” BOP spokesman Emery Nelson wrote.
But on one level, at least, it makes a certain amount of sense that a woman with Maxwell’s background would be teaching a four-week program that, according to the Daily Mail, “covers everything from having good manners to how to talk, dress and carry yourself in a job interview.”
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