Here’s a story you won’t read about at the Washington Post. That’s because its owner, Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, is one of the subjects.

In March 2011, a group of technology executives gathered in a private dining room at an upscale Italian restaurant in downtown Long Beach, California, for a meal and some conversation. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Google cofounder Sergey Brin, and others were all in town for TED, the annual conference with the slogan “ideas worth spreading.” They were among friends at an annual event called the “billionaires’ dinner,” without a retinue of handlers and hangers-on.

Yet when the event was later immortalized online, at least one infamous individual was missing from the names of the masters of the universe who had gathered for the evening: the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Mr. Epstein then meandered into a discussion of other prominent names in technology circles. He said people in Silicon Valley had a reputation for being geeky workaholics, but that was far from the truth: They were hedonistic and regular users of recreational drugs. He said he’d witnessed prominent tech figures taking drugs and arranging for sex

Google have clearly, loudly and proudly already shown who they are loyal to. They have in the past censored the web and YouTube to help protect Epstein, well they failed because now he is dead.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Google cofounder Sergey Brin have red faces. Their peadophile, child sex trafficking, friend has been truly exposed and people that surround him are now suspects.

Google’s deliberate censorship of Epstein victims has failed, now they should be questioned.

Why did they protect Epstein? Were they being blackmailed? Were they compromised? or was they just doing their billionaire friend a favour?