Elon Musk set Twitter tongues in motion over the weekend when he asked the question “why has the DOJ not released Jeffery Epstein’s client list”?
He also added a stinging rebuke of mainstream media stating, “no one in the media cares”.
Does it not seem remarkable that information presented in the Maxwell court case that could bring to light many people who had visited Epstein’s Island, flown on the Lolita Express or visited other private locations not be made public?
Not everyone on that list is accused of paedophilia or other illegal activities but surely it begs the question of who are these people and what was their involvement with Epstein and Maxwell?
Many names have come to light over the years including former Presidents Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger, John Kerry, and Woody Allen. Some had a casual one-off contact while others had many visits with Epstein and Maxwell.
Over 300 names of Briton’s rich and famous were published in 2015 in Epstein’s ‘black book’.
Prince Andrew had 16 contact numbers in the book while his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson had 18 numbers recorded. It was also suggested Ferguson had a £15,000 dept paid off by Epstein.
Other names and numbers in his book are also said to include Sir Mick Jagger, Sir David Frost, Richard Branson, Naomi Campbell, and a number of members of the House of Lords.
Other royal connections in the list include ‘Charles Althorp’, meaning Charles, Earl Spencer, Princess Diana’s brother, and Rosa Monckton, the late princess’s best friend.
The ‘book’ is also said to contain contacts of Epstein’s former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell, the daughter of Robert Maxwell, including her extended family, friends, and brief acquaintances.
The book is now in the hands of the FBI – but there is no suggestion that the people named were involved with Epstein’s crimes and many will never have met him.
A spokesman for Richard Branson said previously: ‘Jeffrey Epstein has the island next door to Necker but Richard has literally only met him once for about five minutes. That’s the extent of it.’
After the apparent suicide of Epstein, many questions remain unanswered. Surely the publication or at least the investigation of the names would help the victims put to rest some of the demons they deal with every day.
‘#PublishTheNames’, should be the new viral hashtag until the public is informed, as they should be.