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Prosecution begins closing argument in Ghislaine Maxwell sex abuse trial

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By Luc Cohen NEW YORK (Reuters) – The prosecution began its closing argument in Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex abuse trial on Monday, following three weeks of testimony in which four women said the British socialite set them up for abuse by Jeffrey Epstein when they were teenagers between 1994 and 2004. Assistant U.S. Attorney Alison Moe began her argument by telling jurors that Maxwell was a “grown woman who preyed on vulnerable kids.” Maxwell, 59, who is charged with sex trafficking and other crimes, has pleaded not guilty. Her attorneys argue that she is being treated as a stand-in for Epstein, wh…

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