Elon Musk Questions Why Jeffery Epstein’s Client List Hasn’t Been Revealed
Several high-profile people have been spotlighted, talked about, and questioned over their relationship with convicted pedophiles Jeffery Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. One thing that hasn’t been made public knowledge, however, is Epstein and Maxwell’s client list. Billionaire Elon Musk tweeted about that on June 4th, asking why this list has yet to be published for all to see.
Elon Musk Asks Why We Haven’t Seen Epstein and Maxwell’s Client List
Many details have come out of the Epstein and Maxwell trials for child $ex trafficking. This includes personal relationships they had with several high-profile people, including Prince Andrew and Bill Gates. What still no one has seen, however, is their client list. Elon Musk pointed that out on June 4th in a tweet. The tweet featured a photo titled Things I’ll Never See In My Life with four photos beneath it. Those photos included a T-Rex, a dragon, a unicorn, and one square that simply said The Epstein/Maxwell Client List. The caption read:
“Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares. Doesn’t that seem odd?”
Another Twitter user then responded with a photo of him and Ghislaine at a Vanity Fair event, saying “I found one”. Musk responded by noting that this photo was an apparent photo bomb by Maxwell at the event. He then questioned why no one is asking why Vanity Fair invited her in the first place.
“Ah yes, Maxwell photobombing me at a VanityFair Oscars party – you should [ask] them why they invited her,” Musk replied on Twitter. “The same people who push this photo say nothing about prominent people who actually went to his island a dozen times. Also very strange…”
Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares. Doesn’t that seem odd? pic.twitter.com/JEK4TErABB
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 4, 2022
I found one pic.twitter.com/uod7YPJGqe
— Not Jerome Powell (@alifarhat79) June 4, 2022
A Secret List
In her trial last year, the prosecution offered Maxwell a deal to lessen her sentence in exchange for her client list. This refers to the list of people in Epstein’s $ex trafficking network. She then continued to maintain her innocence in the entire situation.
The news site Gawker, which no longer exists, did publish Epstein’s ‘black book’ back in 2015. This book included a list of very prominent and powerful people and their relationship with the late pedophile. Some listed in the book include former Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, Trump’s ex-wife and his daughter Ivana and Ivanka, former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and John Kerry, as well as Hollywood director Woody Allen. None of these people, as well as others in the book, have been associated with the crimes of Epstein and Maxwell, nor have they been accused of any wrongdoing.
Naturally, many think this list should be published as it could have some pretty serious implications for those found on it. If both Epstein and Maxwell’s lists are leaked, the courts would have no choice but to question each of those people, as well. This could lead to many more convictions of some pretty high-profile people. However, there is no word if the Department of Justice ever plans on releasing that information or even if they do, in fact, have it.
Maxwell’s Lawyers Still Trying To Get Her Sentence Reduced
All of this comes just a couple of months after there was a bit of drama with one of the jury members in Maxwell’s trial earlier this year. In the jury’s deliberations, one of the jurors revealed that he had been $exually abused as a child to the rest of the jury. During the jury screening process, a question was specifically asked about this very situation. Anyone who had experienced this kind of abuse as a child would not be permitted to be on the jury for this case. (2)
The juror, known as juror number 50, selected “no” to this question when he should have said yes. Juror 50 says that it was an honest mistake. He explained that where they were filling out the forms was chaotic, he was highly distracted, and misread the question. It wasn’t until later that he realized his error. Maxwell’s lawyers brought this forward in an attempt to change Maxwell’s fate. We still do not know if this will change anything about the pedophile’s sentence.