Elon Musk shows off new LA tunnel and Winklevoss twins sue over $32M of stolen bitcoin
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Elon Musk has posted a video to Twitter of a walk-through along his new LA tunnel.
The two mile tunnel, which Musk calls disturbingly long, stretches from The Boring Company's Hawthorne, California headquarters to an LA suburb, and will be used to test Musk's proposed hyperloop transportation system.
The tunnel is set to be officially unveiled in December, and will apparently use autonomous electric skates to transport between eight and 16 people at speeds up to 155 miles an hour.
Gab, the social network used by the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting suspect has returned online.
The social network, which markets itself as a champion of free speech.
Has come under scrutiny when reports surfaced that Robert Bowers used the service to post extreme antisemitic views.
Bowers is charged with opening fire in a Pittsburgh synagogue during religious services on October 27th.
An attack that resulted in the deaths of 11 people.
And finally the Winklevoss twins are suing ex-investor Charlie Shrem for allegedly stealing 5,000 bitcoins which today would be worth around $32 million.
eyebrows were raised when Shrem spent a year in prison for his role in selling bitcoins to drug buyers.
Hd bought a $2 million mansion, power boats, and sports cars within a year of leading president apparently broke.
The lawsuit suggests that these purchases were made with the stolen bitcoins.
While [UNKNOWN] attorney has denied the allegations, an investigator in the case has backed up the [UNKNOWN] case.
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