Why wasn’t Epstein’s client list leaked, asks Elon Musk – RT World News

World’s richest man has wondered why leak-lucky US authorities haven’t exposed the infamous pedophile’s elite clients

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk wonders why no one at the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has revealed pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s client list — and why no one in the legacy media seems to be chasing the story.

“The only thing more remarkable than the fact that DOJ isn’t leaking the list is that nobody in the media cares about it,” Musk said in a Twitter post on Saturday. “Don’t you think that’s strange?”

Musk added the comment to a meme titled: “Things I’ll Never See in My Life”, with illustrations of a fire-breathing dragon, a dinosaur and a unicorn, along with the words “Epstein-Maxwell Client List.”

Epstein, a financier and convicted sex offender, died in August 2019 in a New York City prison cell while awaiting trial on charges of child sex trafficking. His death was labeled a suicide, a claim disputed by critics, many of whom speculated that he was murdered to avoid identifying his powerful clients.


Ghislaine Maxwell family fears for her safety

Former Epstein confidant Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted last December of child sex trafficking after a jury found she facilitated the abuse of underage girls. She declined to testify in her own defense — taking her lawyers just two days to present her side of the case — and she reportedly made no attempt to evade punishment by exposing the Epstein clients who may have committed crimes.

Suspected Epstein employee Jean-Luc Brunel, a modeling agency boss who allegedly supplied underage girls to the financier, died in a French prison cell in February, reportedly by suicide. Ghislaine Maxwell’s brother, Ian Maxwell, was shocked to hear that another Epstein-related defendant died by hanging in a maximum-security prison. He said his family fears for his sister’s safety and insisted she is not suicidal.

After posting about the absence of leaks or reporting on Epstein’s clients, Musk joked: “Sometimes I think my list of enemies is too short, so . † † †


Elon Musk warns he could die 'under mysterious circumstances'

The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, whose fortune is estimated by Forbes at nearly $217 billion, became the target of mounting media attacks after he agreed in April to buy Twitter for $44 billion. Musk has sworn to “unlock” the value of the social media giant by making it a haven for free speech.

The South African-born entrepreneur suggested last month that he could be the victim of cheating. “When I die under mysterious circumstances, it was nice to know you,” Musk told his 96 million Twitter followers. He provided no explanation or context for the tweet.

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