Ponzi Scheme CEO Headed to Prison…You’ll Never Guess Where He’s Headed
I think the Clintons are getting really excited about what’s happening right now in New York, and so are many other powerful people.
Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is reportedly being sent to jail at the Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) in New York City. For those of you unfamiliar, this is the same facility where Ghislaine Maxwell was held before conviction and where Jeffrey Epstein supposedly committed suicide in 2019.
At the time of Epstein’s death, many were skeptical about the official narrative that he had killed himself. And with the recent news about Bankman-Fried being sent to the same jail, it’s worth revisiting the Epstein case and asking whether or not the official explanation holds up.
There are a number of suspicious coincidences surrounding Epstein’s death that make it difficult to believe that he really killed himself. For example, Epstein had been placed on suicide watch just a few weeks before his death, but was inexplicably taken off of it just days before he supposedly killed himself, and this was done so without practically anyone knowing about it.
Furthermore, there have been reports that guards at the MCC fell asleep on the job the night that Epstein died, and that surveillance footage from the jail was mysteriously missing. These reports have raised serious questions about whether or not Epstein’s death was really a suicide, or if something more sinister might have been at play.
It’s worth noting that Epstein had a number of powerful and influential friends, including politicians, celebrities, and business leaders. Some have speculated that Epstein may have had information on these individuals that could have been damaging to them if it became public.
And now, with the recent news about Bankman-Fried being sent to the same jail where Epstein died, it’s worth keeping an eye on this case and considering all the possible explanations for what really happened.
Sam Bankman-Fried is facing a possible 115 year prison term if convicted on all counts by prosecutors. The charges against Bankman-Fried involve accusations of illegally misappropriating billions of dollars of customer funds that were deposited into his own cryptocurrency exchange, FTX, as well as lying to investors and lenders about the company and his Alameda Research cryptocurrency hedge fund.
According to the prosecution, Bankman-Fried’s actions constituted fraud from the beginning of his business venture. He is accused of using customers’ funds for personal gain, repaying loans owed by Alameda Research and donating millions to political campaigns. In fact, Bankman-Fried was the second largest donor to Democratic campaigns in the last election cycle – having donated tens of millions to Democrat candidates and left-wing groups.
Furthermore, he allegedly deceived lenders who invested in Alameda Research equity as well as investors in FTX by hiding away his improper use of customer deposits. He even went so far as to make his accomplices make political contributions under their own names allegedly in an effort to conceal his own involvement.