Source: Sean Adl-Tabatabai
Federal (SDNY) Judge Alison Nathan, the Obama-appointed judge presiding over the Ghislaine Maxwell trial who has unprecedentedly sealed the identities of VIP elite pedophiles at the request of Ghislaine Maxwell’s attorneys, has now been revealed to be part of the “Quill & Dagger” secret society.
The judge presiding over Ghislaine Maxwell's arraignment today is Alison Nathan is another Obama appointee. pic.twitter.com/iSXSxPpThW— Quigley.eth 👾 (@CarrollQuigley1) July 14, 2020
Alison Nathan, the federal judge overseeing the trial of British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell on charges of sexual abuse said on Monday she plans to question 231 potential jurorshttps://t.co/sBHiGfNvhy pic.twitter.com/twpGwdPpXJ— Reuters Legal (@ReutersLegal) November 15, 2021
The trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein's alleged long-time partner in sex crimes, will finally begin November 29. U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan said she will conduct the questioning of prospective jurors on November 16 through 19th.— Sue Massa (@SueMassa256) November 16, 2021
No bail for Ghislaine Maxwell as trial nears— Bigfish (@trebillion) November 9, 2021
U.S. judge on Tuesday rejected Ghislaine Maxwell’s request for bail ahead of her Nov. 29 criminal trial
U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan denied bail to Maxwell four times since July 2020.
So, how exactly is #GhislaineMaxwell doing in advance of jury selection? She seemed pretty OK in court during a pretrial conference this morning. And, this is the 1st public court appearance where we've seen her in non-jail clothes. Via @GuardianUS https://t.co/OLrx9DuDCd— Victoria Bekiempis (@vicbekiempis) November 15, 2021
“QUILL & DAGGER” SECRET SOCIETY
The “Quill & Dagger” secret society is based out of Cornell and is equivalent in prestige and influence as the well-known “Skull & Bones” secret society.
8. She’s not a danger to the community because the crimes she’s alleged to have committed, which involved the “sexual exploitation of and abuse of multiple minor girls by Jeffrey Epstein,” happened a long time ago.— 11Flamingos (@11Flamingos) July 10, 2020
Her bail hearing is set for next Tuesday, the 14th. pic.twitter.com/xx11z8nXzL
Public records state that “Quill & Dagger” membership includes:
– Alison J. Nathan (1994) – United States District Court for the Southern District of New York; Associate White House Counsel; law clerk to Associate Justice John Paul Stevens on the United States Supreme Court
– Notable honorary members include Edward Leamington Nichols and Ernest Wilson Huffcut, who graduated from Cornell University before the society was founded, and Janet Reno and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who graduated before the society accepted women. Cornell University presidents Dale R. Corson, Frank H. T. Rhodes, Hunter R. Rawlings III, and Jeffrey Lehman all hold membership in the society. Nobel Prize-winning chemist Roald Hoffman also received an honorary membership.
– Membership is published in The Cornell Daily Sun each semester. Alumni include:
194 Cornell University Athletic Hall of Fame members
37 Frank H. T. Rhodes Exemplary Alumni Service Award winners
24 Olympic competitors
13 Rhodes Scholars
12 of the 100 Most Notable Cornellians
8 Cornell University Council chairmen
8 U.S. Congressmen
7 Pulitzer Prize winners
6 Cornell University Board of Trustees chairmen
6 Cornell University Convocation speakers
4 Cornell University Athletic Directors
4 Cornell University Entrepreneurs of the Year
2 United States Directors of Policy Planning
2 United States National Security Advisors
2 World Bank presidents
2 Super Bowl winners
1 Stanley Cup winner
– Other notable alumni who were selected for membership as undergraduates include Sandy Berger, Barber Conable, Adolph Coors III, Ken Dryden, Austin H. Kiplinger, Jules Kroll, Drew Nieporent, Jeremy Schaap, Leah Ward Sears, Jay Walker, Seth Harris, E. B. White, Ben Scrivens, and others.