Whoa! San Francisco DA Criticizes Elon Musk for Jumping to Conclusions About Stabbing Death

Elon Musk, a man with all the riches in the world, has made a big mistake by commenting on the stabbing death of Bob Lee, a tech executive. The San Francisco District Attorney, Brooke Jenkins, criticized Musk for jumping to conclusions that “repeat violent offenders” were involved in the incident. And guess what, his statement was found to be completely false! Can you believe it? The actual perpetrator was someone Lee knew.

Brooke Jenkins was quick to label Musk’s statements as “reckless and irresponsible,” stating that they had the potential to mislead people and negatively impact the pursuit of justice. She called on people to wait for more facts before making any broad declarations.

Lee’s death has sparked outrage in the tech community, with many people calling for change. San Francisco has witnessed 13 homicides this year alone, with robberies and assaults still a constant threat.

And it’s not just Musk who has been vocal about the incident. Matt Ocko, a venture capitalist, has called San Francisco “lawless” and has accused the city council of having “literal blood on their hands.” Meanwhile, startup founder Michelle Tandler has suggested calling in the National Guard, and Michael Arrington, founder of TechCrunch, tweeted that he hates “what San Francisco has become.” Investor Jason Calacanis has also shared his opinion, calling the city run by “evil incompetent fools & grifters who accomplish nothing except enabling rampant violence.”

Amid all the chaos, Mayor London Breed has praised the work of the police and prosecutors. The media, however, seems to have different interpretations of the incident. While The New York Times has put the “lawless” quotation in a headline, the San Francisco Chronicle has cautioned that violent crime is relatively low in the city.