Calls mount for other Jeffrey Epstein enablers to face charges after Maxwell guilty verdict
Jeffrey Epstein, center, appears in court in Palm Beach County Circuit Court in 2008.. - PALM BEACH POST FILE PHOTO/Palm Beach Post/TNS

NEW YORK — Calls mounted for federal prosecutors to charge additional Jeffrey Epstein enablers after the landmark guilty verdict Wednesday against Ghislaine Maxwell, his chief recruiter of underage victims. A jury in Manhattan Federal Court found Maxwell guilty of five of six counts relating to her grooming of girls for Epstein’s sexual abuse between 1994 and 2004. The 60-year-old socialite faces up to 65 years in prison. “I hope that this verdict brings solace to all who need it and demonstrates that no one is above the law. Even those with great power and privilege will be held accountable w...