Is Elon Musk Hinting at Foul Play? “Jeffrey Epstein did not end his life in prison”

Is Elon Musk Hinting at Foul Play? “Jeffrey Epstein did not end his life in prison”

The billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has made a bold claim about the death of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Musk expressed his belief that Epstein did not take his own life while incarcerated, but was instead murdered. He shared this assertion via a post on the X network, a platform he owns that was formerly known as Twitter.

In the tweet, Musk said, “This is what an igloo looks like when a fire breaks out inside it. The fire melts the inner layer of ice, then the surrounding ice freezes it again. A new insulating layer is added so that it maintains a temperature of 60 degrees inside the igloo, when in fact it’s minus 50 degrees outside. And even the Eskimos inside know that Jeffrey Epstein didn’t kill himself.”

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 23, 2024

Epstein, a Jewish-American businessman, was found guilty in 2008 of sexual offenses. He was arrested again in July 2019 on charges of trafficking minors for sex. About a month later, he was found dead in his cell at a New York detention center, in what was officially ruled a suicide.

Musk was called to testify in May 2023 in a case against J.P. Morgan. The bank had been accused of enabling Epstein’s criminal activities. Court documents revealed that it was Epstein who introduced Musk to the bank. It was alleged that the bank was aware of Epstein’s sexual abuse occurring on his private island, Little St. James.

Elon Musk (Photo: REUTERS/Tingshu Wang)

The theory that Epstein was murdered rather than having committed suicide has been gaining traction. Comedian and actor Ricky Gervais alluded to it during his performance at the Golden Globe Awards. Proponents of this theory argue that Epstein was killed to prevent him from exposing high-ranking politicians who allegedly made use of the illegal services he provided.

Last month, several hundred pages of previously unreleased documents related to Epstein were made public. These documents, which were part of a lawsuit, listed almost 200 names, including former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump as well as Prince Andrew of the United Kingdom, who were allegedly connected to Epstein’s sex trafficking operations.