Tesla whistleblower alleges ‘narcotics trafficking’ and ‘unauthorized wiretapping’ in SEC complaint

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What in the fresh hell is going on at Tesla?

About 20 miles due west of Reno sits the monumental Tesla Gigafactory. Construction started on the now almost 5-million-square-foot building in 2014, with the goal of creating, on a massive scale, the batteries needed to power the company’s electric cars. But if a newly released summary of a SEC complaint is to be believed, that’s not all that’s going on inside those walls. 

The document, sent to Mashable by the law firm Meissner Associates, contains allegations made by a former Gigafactor employee that run the gauntlet from “unauthorized wiretapping and hacking,” to possible “narcotics trafficking,” with a little $37 million copper theft thrown in for good measure.  Read more…

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Author: Droolin' Dog News Team