The federal judge presiding over the case for former FTX chief executive officer Sam Bankman-Fried has ordered a superseding indictment unsealed containing 12 criminal counts.In a superseding indictment filed with the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York on Feb. 22, U.S. Attorney Damian Williams alleged BankmanFriedChargescriminalIncludesIndictmentSamsupersedingUnsealed Read More
The indictment against Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) was unsealed Dec. 13. The indictment, signed by U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Damian Williams, is 14 pages long and containe eight counts. The charges listed against SBF in the indictment are: Conspiracy to commit wire fraud on customers, wire fraud BitcoinCountscryptoexchangeElectionsExchangesFinancialFraudIndictmentSBFUnsealed Read More
Amid the ongoing FTX bankruptcy proceedings, court documents indicate that media firms such as Bloomberg, the New York Times (NYT), Dow Jones & Company, and the Financial Times (FT) want the redacted information tied to FTX creditors unsealed. The media companies believe the public should be made aware of the AttemptingBitcoinBlastedBloombergCreditorsFTXNamesNewsTimesUnsealedYork Read More
Co-accused U.K. national Christopher Hamilton, who faces similar charges to Schneider, in August lost a plea in his home country to avoid extradition to the U.S., while his fellow countryman Robert McDonald managed to avoid extradition on human rights grounds.
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