‘No one in the media cares’ about revealing Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged clients, says Elon Musk.
Posted on 6.6.2022 by Gary Bai
In a series of tweets posted on June 4, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX said he was ” outstanding “ that the US Department of Justice has not released the list of clients of sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and his accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell. The couple are accused of procuring and sexually abusing numerous young girls, some as young as 11, in an extensive sex trafficking operation.
What’s more ” outstanding “, said Musk is that “no one in the media cares” of the Epstein-Maxwell case.
Although Epstein and Maxwell have been accused of running a massive child sex trafficking ring, none of their clients have been charged. According to some victims, there are powerful figures among the clients: politicians, businessmen, influential leaders who were quick to distance themselves from Epstein once the scandal broke.
Epstein, who was convicted and sentenced in 2008 for prostituting a minor, was found dead in a federal prison in New York in August 2019. He was then awaiting trial on charges of sex trafficking involving abused women and girls. in Manhattan and Florida from 2002 to 2005.
The New York City Medical Examiner’s Office ruled suicide by hanging. However, according to a medical examiner hired by his brother, Mark Epstein, it was more of a homicide.
A jury found Maxwell guilty of six sex trafficking charges in December 2021.
“Sometimes I think my enemy list is too short, so…”, wrote Musk in the thread of his posts on Twitter.
In response to his tweet, someone posted a photo of Musk and Maxwell at a Vanity Fair party in 2014. Musk responded by writing:
“Ah yes, Maxwell photobombing me at a @VanityFair Oscar party – you should ask them why they invited him. »
“The same people who put forward this photo are those who keep silent about personalities who have been to his island a dozen times. Very strange too…”
The billionaire then highlighted a Vanity Fair article published in 2003, which states: Jeffrey Epstein’s high-flying style has been getting oohs and aahs of late: The single financier lives in New York’s largest private residence, claims to only take on billionaires as clients, and takes celebrities including Bill Clinton on trips and Kevin Spacey, in his Boeing 727.”
” Interesting “, added Musk.
A few weeks earlier, Musk asked Vanity Fair about inviting Ghislaine Maxwell to a party he was attending in 2014. That’s where his comments come in, because at the time he had also questioned why none of Epstein’s alleged clients were ” falls “.
“Where is their ‘client’ list?” Shouldn’t at least one of them fall? »