Tesla ceo offered the mini sub to save thai children out of the cave. Hulekspert called it a pr stunt.
Topchefen for Tesla, Elon Musk, will later on Tuesday will be tried in a court of law to call a british expert in caves, which last year helped to rescue a group of boys in Thailand, the pedophile.
Vernon Unsworth led the way in the attempt to save the 12 boys and their football coach out of the cave of Tha, Nuang Nang Non, after they had been caught several kilometers inland during a flood.
Unsworth accuse Musk of having called him a "pedo guy" on Twitter and will have the court's word that he has damaged the britens good reputation.
the Case, which will be held in Los Angeles, is expected to last five days. Musk is expected to up to be heard. He previously apologized for his remark.
But investors in Tesla are anything other than thrilled with the case. Musk has previously made havoc with messages on Twitter, which has cost the producer of electric cars expensive.
the Dispute between the two men took its beginning when Musk offered a mini sub from his raketselskab SpaceX to pick up the children out of the cave in Thailand.
Unsworth who at the time worked on the site in order to get the rescue operation started, said on CNN that the Musk was only out for pr, and that he could "stick his mini sub up there, where it hurts". Miniubåden was useless for the purpose, he said.
Two days later sent Musk a series of tweets out about the case. Among them, where he calls Unsworth for a "pedo guy".
we managed to get hauled the 12 children and the coach out through the narrow water-filled passengers by partially anesthetizing them and put them oxygen mask. During the action they killed one of the divers.
/ritzau/ReutersUpdated Date: 03 December 2019, 18:00