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The penalties for Craig Wright’s “wrong” BTC addresses and his courier history

May 6, 2020

Kleiman’s agency intends to file a Craig Wright sanction application The claim that a list of Bitcoin addresses that he made available to the court is wrong.

They say so too gave the court a “false notice” about the mysterious trustworthy messenger that Wright said would appear with Satoshi’s 1.1 million Bitcoin keys in January.

In an application for a brief extension of today’s deadline of May 8, the Kleiman legal team wrote:

“The plaintiffs intend to file a sanction request based on the defendant’s conduct in this proceeding. This request includes, among other things, the defendant providing incorrect information and an incorrect list of Bitcoin addresses in response to that court’s order , which allows you to “send a notice to the court by February 3, 2020, including whether or not this mysterious figure has emerged from the shadows and whether the accused has access to the last key, which was used for the Unlocking the key is required. “Encrypted file.”

The penalties for Craig Wright’s “wrong” BTC addresses and his courier historyThe penalties for Craig Wright’s “wrong” BTC addresses and his courier history

They ask the court for an extension of ten days to overcome the 13 statements of the past two weeks to prove his case.

The process will start in July

Cointelegraph reported about it yesterday The trial is expected to begin on July 6, and lawyers on both sides have confirmed that they are not planning an application that could delay the trial..

The ongoing lawsuit was filed by Ira Kleiman, Brother of Wright’s late business partner David Kleiman. Kleiman’s estate is part of the billions of Bitcoin (BTC) dollars that Wright and Kleiman are said to have mined.

Previously in the event Wright claimed that he no longer had access to BTC, was with the Tulip Trust, and a trusted courier would appear in January. 2020 to grant access. He informed the court of this in January The messenger had appeared and had provided a list of BTC addresses.

The case doesn’t look promising for Wright at the moment.since Both Judge Bloom and Judge Reinhart referred to Wright’s provision of counterfeit material and betrothed testimonials..

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