#BREAKING 🚨 | SBF JUST PLED NOT GUILTY TO ALL CHARGES IN FTX CASE TipTopCoin.net

#BREAKING 🚨 | SBF JUST PLED NOT GUILTY TO ALL CHARGES IN FTX CASE TipTopCoin.net

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Sam Bankman-Fried ‘s(SBF) legal battle has begun – he has officially pled not guilty. With Caroline Ellison (former CEO, Alameda Research) and Gary Wang (co-founder FTX) already pleading guilty and working with US authorities, will SBF’s attorneys and lawyers be able to win this fight? Are there deals being made behind the scenes? What is next in this FTX / SBF legal battle?

00:00 SBF Pleads Not Guilty
01:39 Caroline Ellison’s Plea Deal (what we didn’t know)
03:27 SBF’s Bond Package (what we didn’t know)
06:58 Will SBF win the legal battle?

Sources:

https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdny/pr/united-states-attorney-announces-charges-against-ftx-founder-samuel-bankman-fried
https://www.nytimes.com/2023/01/03/business/dealbook/bankman-fried-bail-jail.html
https://www.wsj.com/articles/alameda-ftx-executives-are-said-to-have-known-ftx-was-using-customer-funds-11668264238
https://www.wsj.com/articles/caroline-ellison-apologized-for-misconduct-in-ftx-collapse-11671818789
https://www.reuters.com/legal/ftx-founder-bankman-fried-make-us-court-appearance-after-extradition-2022-12-22/
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2023-01-03/sbf-wants-to-shield-info-of-people-guaranteeing-his-bond
https://fortune.com/2022/12/14/sam-bankman-fried-faces-up-to-115-years-in-prison-on-charges-he-organized-one-of-the-biggest-financial-frauds-in-american-history/
https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/currencies/sam-bankman-fried-ftx-fraud-charges-bankruptcy-arraignment-plea-deal-2023-1
https://www.reuters.com/legal/bankman-fried-set-enter-not-guilty-plea-ftx-fraud-case-2023-01-03/

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30 thoughts on “#BREAKING 🚨 | SBF JUST PLED NOT GUILTY TO ALL CHARGES IN FTX CASE TipTopCoin.net

  1. "The world will judge me as it will…". Ummm…No: The world has already judged you and found you guilty as hel*! I hope this guy is not able to garner any useful political influence from the millions of depositors funds he gave to politicians and I really hope he goes to hardcore prison for over 100 years! What a putz…

  2. None of this matters. We all know he is guilty and will go to jail.
    What's more important is that anyone who took this dirty money needs to give it back or face the consequences as retail customers
    Should be first in the queue to get their assets back as they never gave permission to have it stolen and big company investors should get nothing as they did no homework.

  3. I will play devil's advocate here. The customers sent money to FTX, and SBF then lost it through Alameda. But isn't that part of the business? When people send money to a professional investor don't they say to the investor and themselves that "hey, here is some money, do whatever you want with it and try to make me more money, but if the investments go south into dingoland that is the risk I take."? Of course, this does not excuse the breaking of campaign finance laws, but doesn't it excuse Sam's frittering away $Billions because the investors were too dumb to not stop throwing money at him?

  4. A not guilty plea it is used all the time for the defendant to buy more time if he takes it to trial he will lose and get a life sentence automatically eventually he will plead guilty I’m sure his lawyers informed him that or not guilty plea is a mistake when he takes it to trial

  5. A not guilty plea it is used all the time for the defendant to buy more time if he takes it to trial he will lose and get a life sentence automatically eventually he will plead guilty I’m sure his lawyers informed him that or not guilty plea is a mistake when he takes it to trial

  6. A not guilty plea it is used all the time for the defendant to buy more time if he takes it to trial he will lose and get a life sentence automatically eventually he will plead guilty I’m sure his lawyers informed him that or not guilty plea is a mistake when he takes it to trial

  7. A not guilty plea it is used all the time for the defendant to buy more time if he takes it to trial he will lose and get a life sentence automatically eventually he will plead guilty I’m sure his lawyers informed him that or not guilty plea is a mistake when he takes it to trial

  8. everything is going to plan. I won't be surprised if he gets a superseded indictment adding more ppl to the conspiracy and/or more charges. It's a common practice to plead not guilty at the magistrate level, once plead not guilty it moves to the district judge. if they plea guilty at the magistrate's side the prosecutor is hold all the cards and has no room to negotiate

  9. First reaction is pissed off right, but….let them drag this out, the longer it goes the more will be exposed. Plus nobody is sharing the wallets or where it all went yet….follow the money as always. Keep bringing it girl, love the content.

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