sinking in November cryptocurrency Messages sent by Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder and former CEO of the stock exchange FTX, who were tried on fraud charges, in order to influence the witnesses in the aforementioned case, emerged.
In the news that came out recently, it was learned that Sam Bankman-Fried was trying to reach former FTX employees and a communication ban was requested for the former CEO.
Messages From FTX Ex-CEO to Case Witnesses Revealed
According to the log, here is the first email Sam Bankman sent to “Witness 1”:
I know it’s been a long time since we talked. And I know that some things went wrong.
I would really like to reconnect and see if there is a way for us to build a constructive relationship, use each other as resources whenever possible, or at least review things with each other.
I would like to make a phone call and chat soon.”
In addition, Sam Bankman-Fried tried to reach John Ray 3, the new CEO of FTX. Bankman-Fried told Ray about the activity in Alameda wallets:
“If this is your team moving assets to the custodian, great!
If not, I’m worried it’s a hacker, probably the same person as he was a month and a half ago.”
In his next message, Bankman-Fried wrote to Ray again:
“Hi Mr. Ray,
I know things are not going well, but I really want to help with funds or anything else. (Hopefully you’re the only one moving the funds!)
As I guessed you heard, I’m in NYC the next day. I’d love to meet up when I’m here, even if it’s just to say hello. If you are available, I am available tomorrow (Tuesday) before noon from 16:00 to 18:00.”
*Not investment advice.
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