Why Isn’t Sam Bankman-Fried In Jail?

November 24, 2022 12:18 pm Comments

The collapse of FTX has not only rocked the crypto markets but the broader sociopolitical world…

Crypto pundits, investors, enthusiasts, and entrepreneurs are all asking the same thing: why isn’t Sam Bankman-Fried in jail for his alleged role in the collapse of FTX?

Why is the Tornado Cash developer currently languishing in prison for coding an app, while SBF is allowed to remain free, living high on the hog?

We previously reported on suspected collusion between the FTX group, Ukraine, and the Democratic Party of America; could this be the reason SBF currently remains a free man?

Most people believe that his handsome donations to political figures and his ties within the corporate, mainstream media establishment have, so far, allowed him to skirt the harsh letter of the law.

A quick search of Twitter will reveal overwhelmingly negative responses to SBF and his status as a free individual:

Zero Hedge asks:

It’s not just us: with much of the entire world demanding to know how this corpulent 30-year-old still has not been thrown in prison, or at least charged with a variety of crimes.


Crypto Slate reports:

Besides the payment approval, the court also authorized FTX to maintain a consolidated list of creditors. The firm can also redact confidential information about its customers and creditors.

Several media reports revealed that FTX owed its creditors over $3 billion. The firm owes its largest creditor $226 million, while its second-largest unsecured creditor is owed $203 million.

However, the court added that it could order the firm to release some or all of the redacted information for a good cause.

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