- Tesla and SpaceX chief requested why the DOJ hasn’t launched Jeffrey Epstein’s consumer checklist.
- In a tweet, Musk mentioned its absence appeared odd and questioned why the media didn’t seem to care.
- Epstein was charged with intercourse trafficking of women as younger as 14 and killed himself in jail.
Elon Musk has questioned why the Division of Justice has not revealed Jeffrey Epstein’s consumer checklist.
On Saturday, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO shared a meme on Twitter saying: “Solely factor extra exceptional than DOJ not leaking the checklist is that nobody within the media cares”, including: “Would not that appear odd?”
He additionally mentioned: “Generally I feel my checklist of enemies is just too quick, so…”
Epstein was arrested in 2019 on intercourse trafficking fees and had pleaded not responsible to fees of sexually abusing women as younger as 14 and paying them for intercourse acts underneath the guise of “massages.”
The offences passed off in places together with his Palm Seashore, Florida, and Manhattan residences between 2002 and 2005.
Earlier than the trial passed off the financier killed himself in jail after reportedly spending the weeks earlier than making an attempt to persuade jail guards that he would not attempt to take action.
A Twitter consumer shared an image of Musk and Ghislaine Maxwell, suggesting that they had “discovered one” consumer of Epstein. Musk responded: “Ah sure, Maxwell photobombing me at a @VanityFair Oscars social gathering – it’s best to [ask] them why they invited her.”
“The identical individuals who push this picture say nothing about outstanding individuals who truly went to his island a dozen occasions,” including that’s “additionally very unusual…”
Maxwell, Epstein’s former assistant and lover, was convicted in December final yr of recruiting and grooming teenage women to be sexually abused by him.
She misplaced an enchantment to overturn the conviction in late April and might be sentenced later this month. The 60-year-old faces a most of 55 years in jail.
The DOJ was contacted for remark.