Erik Gutierrez Martinez posed as an attorney to trick a casino worker into handing over money via an ATM, in a restaurant, and at a garage.
Bankman-Fried must remain in jail after his $250 million bail was revoked last month amid claims that he had interfered with witnesses.
Up to seven of Bankman-Fried’s friends and former colleagues may be asked to testify about campaign finance laws, FTX, and Alameda Research.
The double retraction gave rise to rumors and theories but the real reason behind the move isn’t quite as fascinating as some have suggested.
Prisoners like SBF may be second-class citizens but while the purpose of prison shouldn’t be forgotten, it’s vital standards are maintained.
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