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NYMag: Why Hasn’t Sam Bankman-Fried Been Arrested But?

NYMag: Why Hasn’t Sam Bankman-Fried Been Arrested But?

26 thoughts on “NYMag: Why Hasn’t Sam Bankman-Fried Been Arrested But?”

  1. tldr; Sam Bankman-Fried has been accused of running a Ponzi scheme that resulted in tens of billions of dollars in lost investor funds. The case has been compared to that of Bernie Madoff, who was arrested and charged with one of the biggest financial frauds in history. However, the comparison runs the risk of misleading the many people, including victims, who are angry about what may have been a

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  2. I mean, it took years for the Theranos case, and it was rich people only’s fiat money. Ofc FTX case is bigger in term of total value but wouldn’t expect him to be arrested anytime soon. Esp when it is “innocent until proven guilty” and this chap is the son of lawyers.

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  3. You can’t try someone for the same crime twice in the U.S., so if they have charges with evidence that might lead to a 60% chance of conviction last month, but now it’s an 80% chance of conviction with the new evidence they have accumulated over the last month, they will just have police keep an eye on him so he cannot flee somewhere that would not extradite him while they built their case up to a 99% chance of conviction before arresting him.

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