ChodoTBaggins said:Why do you think she'd be safe in France?
Her crimes are international.
As I told you before, she would have been safe in France because she's a French citizen...and France will only rarely allow a French citizen to be extradited.
It would have to be an extremely serious offense...such as committing acts of terrorism...for France to consider allowing a French citizen to be extradited.
The legal age of sexual consent in France is 15, and France most definitely would not have allowed Maxwell to be extradited to the U.S. and face a possible lengthy prison sentence because she was accused by the U.S. of procuring and "grooming" teenage prostitutes.
Also, Maxwell is charged by the FBI with offenses related to Epstein's four U.S. residences in New York, Florida, New Mexico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
(Epstein was also charged by the FBI with offenses related to those same four residences).
I know of no "international crimes" that Ghislaine Maxwell is charged with.
Nor do I know of any "international crimes" that she's even being investigated for.
What "international crimes" are you referring to?