Elon Musk is not the only one with doubts regarding Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell’s client list, and it turns out that there are a number of forces at work to keep it secret.
Adam Davidson, a journalist for NPR and The New Yorker, remarked in a Twitter thread last week that “ALL the people who spent real time with Epstein were–at best!–witnesses to the almost certain rape of children” and that while “courts can presume innocence,” those of us observing “all should presume guilt.”
I spent two years working on the Jeffrey Epstein podcast, Broken. I became close with many of his victims and learned a lot of stuff that–for annoying legal reasons–we can't publish.
That experience has fundamentally reshaped how I see the world.
— Adam Davidson (@adamdavidson) June 3, 2022
“I knew that rich and powerful men can get away with a lot. I didn’t realize just how much they can get away with and just how much the entire system–courts, journalism, prosecutors–works inadvertently and deliberately, to reinforce their impunity,” tweeted Davidson, who worked on the Epstein-themed podcast “Broken,” in a series of tweets on Friday before his Saturday post.
I wrote something provocative about how I know stuff about Jeffrey Epstein and can't publish it.
I'll do my best to explain and reveal here. It provides, I think, a good lesson in why it is hard to publish stories about bad things done by the rich and powerful:
— Adam Davidson (@adamdavidson) June 4, 2022
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Later in the day, it’s worth noting, Musk went viral for a tweet about the case.
“Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares. Doesn’t that seem odd?” he said, followed by a comedic meme about “things I’ll never see in my life.”
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
“Sometimes I think my list of enemies is too short, so …” he added. Read more….