Sam Bankman-Fried was formally charged by the Department of Justice’s Southern District of New York today.  

As reported earlier, the SBF and his parents showed up at the court in the Bahamas.

JUST IN: Sam Bankman-Fried Denied Bail by Judge in the Bahamas

SBF was denied bail by the judge.  Daily Mail reported on the denial and shared a picture of when he was denied bail.

The DOJ’s Southern District of New York was behind the filing attached below.

Summary of Department of Justice indictment of Samuel Bankman-Fried’s scheme to defraud investors. Eight counts of fraud and conspiracy. Click on the link to download the entire indictment.

— Bob Bishop – Forensic Investigator (@BobBish40288847) December 13, 2022

The DOJ’s SDNY is one of the more corrupt DOJ districts in the nation.  When it was announced that this team would oversee the case it was natural to feel concerned.

One question that arises as a result of the SDNY being involved is whether the government is going to try and cover things up.

We know that FTX was working in Ukraine and that millions of dollars reportedly came back to crooked politicians in the US.

We also know that the crooked Biden Administration can’t account for $20 billion that was reportedly sent to Ukraine.

BREAKING: Biden Admin Can’t Account for $20 Billion in Aid to Ukraine

Where did Biden’s $20 billion go and was FTX a part of it?  This is the real question that needs to be answered and yet their is no mention of Ukraine in the DOJ filing.

Ultimately, SBF faces up to 115 years in prison.


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