In a recent Twitter post, Musk questioned the establishment’s silence by the DOJ and the press over Epstein’s client list.
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Elon Musk, the billionaire entrepreneur, has questioned why the US Department of Justice (DOJ) hasn’t released the pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s client list. The Tesla CEO has also called attention to the mainstream media’s odd lack of interest.
“Only thing more remarkable than [the] DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares,” Musk said on Twitter on Saturday. “Doesn’t that seem odd?”
Musk posted the comment alongside a meme titled “Things I’ll Never See in My Life,” which featured images of a fire-breathing dragon, a dinosaur, and a unicorn, as well as the words “Epstein-Maxwell client list.”
While awaiting trial on allegations of child sex trafficking, Epstein, a financier and convicted sex offender, died in a New York City jail cell in August 2019. His death was considered a suicide, but critics argued that he was murdered to keep him from revealing the identities of his influential clients.
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Ghislaine Maxwell, a former Epstein confidant, was convicted of child sex trafficking in December after a jury found that she assisted in the abuse of underage girls. She refused to testify in her own defense – her lawyers only took two days to present her side of the story – and made no attempt to avoid punishment by revealing figures who may have committed crimes, according to reports.
In February, suspected Epstein associate Jean-Luc Brunel, a modeling agency boss who allegedly provided the financier with underage girls, died in a French jail cell, supposedly by suicide. Ian Maxwell, Ghislaine Maxwell’s brother, was astounded to learn that another Epstein-related defendant had died by hanging in a maximum-security prison. He claims that his family is concerned for his sister’s safety and that she is not suicidal.
“Sometimes I think my list of enemies is too short,” Musk joked after posting his comment on the lack of leaks or news about Epstein’s clients.
After agreeing to buy Twitter for $44 billion in April, Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, became the target of intensified media attacks. His worth is estimated by Forbes to be approximately $217 billion. Musk has promised to “unlock” the value of the social media giant by turning it into a safe sanctuary for free speech.
Last month, the South African-born entrepreneur speculated that he might be a victim of blackmail. foul play. “If I die under mysterious circumstances, it’s been nice knowin’ ya,” Musk told his 96 million Twitter followers. He didn’t provide any context or explanation for the tweet.