The creditors in the FTX bankruptcy case are asking that Sam Bankman-Fried and his parents be subpoenaed to determine how much money they have in their recovery efforts.
The FTX Sam Bankman-Fried case and bankruptcy are getting little press since Sam was sent home to his Stanford professor parents’ home.
Yesterday it was reported that FTX creditors have submitted a motion for a subpoena into Sam Bankman-Fried’s Stanford law professors’s personal records in an effort recover funds that were lost.
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FTX creditors motion for a subpoena into Sam Bankman-Fried’s Stanford law professors’ personal records that could result in recoveries. They should also be indicted.@gatewaypundit #FTXbankruptcy #FTXscandal #wallstree @WallStreetSilv @GeorgeGammon pic.twitter.com/dZLBSF3z8v
— Bob Bishop – Forensic Investigator (@BobBish40288847) January 26, 2023
The parent teachers were able to offer up their house as collateral in an effort to keep their son out of jail. Two other individuals or entities were involved in this transaction and one may be Stanford University.
We also still don’t know who the creditors are because their names have remained redacted to date.
There is something very fishy about FTX and its connections to corrupt politicians in the US and Ukraine.