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"Satoshi Nakamoto" Allegedly Stole Billions Worth of Bitcoin From Partner

The man who claims to be the inventor of blockchain technology and purportedly the elusive “Satoshi Nakamoto” himself, Craig S. Wright, is accused of theft of 550,000 and 1,100,000 Bitcoin from his deceased former business partner, Dave Kleinman. The complaint was filed by Kleinman’s domain. The latter’s side also says that Wright was responsible for usurping various intellectual property that was owned by W&K Info Defense Research LLC – company that was founded by the two.
According to court reports from February 14 of this year, Craig and Dave have mined “a vast wealth of bitcoins from 2009 to 2013,” without any knowledge of Dave’s family. After his death in 2013, Craig was said to have contacted Ira Kleinman (Dave’s sister) to tell her that they had both been previously worked on creating Bitcoin and that they had mined a generous amount together. He then proceeds by telling her that Dave had previously handed over all of his property to Craig’s name in exchange of an Australian company worth millions. The mentioned company quickly went bankrupt, leaving Kleinman with nothing.
A case has been filed by Boies Schiler Flexner LLP after Ira has spotted discrepancies in Craig’s story. He is now being accused of replicating Dave’s signature on documents which authorized the transfer of assets to himself. In addition to that, a “typo” on one of the contracts indicate the date to be ‘2013’ which was later changed to ‘2011’.
Boies Schiller Flexner LLP have not yet given a definite answer as to whether the reports used above were authentic or not. However, the reports do appear in documents filed with the District Court, S.D. Florida.

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