Federal prosecutors within the Southern District of New York wrote to the judge overseeing the Bankman-Fried’s case that “the government doesn’t want to advance to trial regarding the campaign contributions count in accordance with the treaty obligations it has to the Bahamas.”
One of the largest contributors to Democrats in 2022, Bankman-Fried gave the Party $46.5 million. He is now being exonerated of any possible campaign financing offenses.
Teddy Schliefer, a financial news expert, provided analysis on the news in a thread on Twitter:
Considering Bankman-Fried’s close ties to the Biden administration and the Democrat Party, it has been suggested that the fix is most certainly in for him:
“The judge overseeing the high-profile Jeffrey Epstein case and letting Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey go free in a case where he was charged with sexually assaulting a minor has been assigned to the alleged bitcoin scammer Sam Bankman-Fried.”
The case involving Bankman-Fried, the co-founder of FTX who is charged with fraud for allegedly defrauding investors and taking their cash, has been given to District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan. Despite the fraud claims, Bankman-Fried has garnered positive media attention after giving tens of millions of dollars to Democrats throughout the 2022 midterm elections.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre, a victim of Epstein, brought a lawsuit against Prince Phillip, which Kaplan handled. After a compromise was struck, Kaplan finally signed the documents to dismiss the complaint. Additionally, he handled a case brought against Kevin Spacey by actor Anthony Rapp, who claimed that Spacey had raped him in the 1980s when he was just 14 years old. After Rapp showed sympathy for Spacey’s legal team and made an attempt to hide evidence demonstrating that Spacey was actually accused of sexual assault on several occasions during the course of the case, the jury found Spacey not guilty.
Former President Bill Clinton, who has ties to Epstein’s pedophile network, named Kaplan to the bench in 1994.
After the cryptocurrency tycoon spent weeks going on a press tour and denying responsibility for the collapse of the FTX exchange, the Dept. of Justice (DOJ) unveiled charges against Bankman-Fried on December 13. If all of the criminal allegations against him are proven, he may spend up to 55 years in jail.
Comparing the court system’s treatment of Donald Trump and others connected to him to Bankman-Fried’s pampering is instructive. That demonstrates the tremendous prejudice used by the Biden regime’s illegal investigations and prosecutions.