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Court finds Craig Wright’s testimony false

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The hearing in the case of Kleiman V Wright, which was finished today with the United States Circuit Court in the southern region of Florida, rejected Craig S. Wright’s testimony and claimed 1 100 000 bit 2009 coins satisfied Kleiman’s property 50%. According to the audience member.

The court also respects The Property of Kleiman, whose intellectual property is linked to the Bitcoin software. Sources of information that are familiar and present during the operation confirm that these common data are correct.

In 2018, David Kleiman’s assets sued Wright for more than a million bitcoins and intellectual property-related Bitcoin software.

According to the suit, Wright and Kleiman extracted these millions of bitcoins between 2009 and 2011, which were said to be placed in confidence – “Tulbe Trust. Kleiman’s property complained to Wright about the fair market value of these coins, in addition to David Kleiman’s intellectual property rights.

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