Elon Musk took to Twitter to question the US Department of Justice for failing to reveal Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell's client list. These clients are supposedly high-profile and famous people.
Jeffrey Epstein was a known sex trafficker of minors. He was convicted in 2008 for "procuring a child for prostitution" and "soliciting a prostitute" and served about 13 months in prison with extensive work release.
Although federal officials identified 36 girls, some as young as 14 years old, who Epstein had allegedly molested, he was only convicted for two crimes.
He was arrested again in 2019 for the sex trafficking of minors in Florida and New York but died in his jail cell in August 2019. His death was ruled a suicide.
Epstein's association with British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell led to her 2021 conviction for sex trafficking and conspiracy for helping Epstein procure girls.
Epstein and Maxwell's relationship with high-ranking people raised speculations about if some of them were on the infamous Epstein client list.
Elon Musk revived this discussion on his Twitter.
Musk even included a photo of things he would never see in his life. They had a dinosaur, dragon, unicorn, and "The Epstein/Maxwell list."
Trust Twitter tweeps to come up with a befitting response. One user quickly responded with a photo of Musk and Maxwell together.
Some names on this infamous client list are known. In 2015, Gawkers released Epstein's "Black Book" and published it online. Names that allegedly came to light include Donald Trump, John Kerry, Bill Clinton, Henry Kissinger, and Woody Allen. None of these men were investigated or charged.
The book's content was not released because Maxwell's lawyers made a deal with prosecutors to keep the book private.
On June 28, Maxwell will be sentenced for her role in Epstein's sex trafficking ring. She might be getting up to 55 years behind bars.