Does Mega-Fraudster SBF Face a Jeffrey Epstein Fate?

Denied bail because he’s a flight risk, mega-fraudster SBF is currently behind bars in the Bahamas.

He bought influence by throwing big bucks at the Biden regime and congressional members, undemocratic Dems the main beneficiaries.

In cahoots with Dems, he was involved in laundering unknown amounts of billions sent to Ukraine through his now bankrupt FTX cryptocurrency exchange Ponzi scheme operation.

What worked as long as new money kept pouring in collapsed when investors began pulling funds out.

As the saying goes, he knows where the bodies are buried.

He knows who benefitted from his Ponzi scheme and to what extent.

He knows what’s not publicly revealed so far.

In August 2019, accused pedophile/sex trafficker, Jeffrey Epstein, was found dead in his federal Manhattan Metropolitan Correctional Center cell.

Officially called suicide by hanging, most likely he was silenced to prevent revelations of high-level US and international figures involved in charges against him — including sex with and trafficking of minors.

Does a similar fate await SBF?

Do Biden regime and other Dems involved in his shady dealings want him silenced to avoid what would be a high-profile show trial in public proceedings if occurs?

He’s toxic to beneficiaries of his shady dealings.

Will he be silenced in the Bahamas or after extradition to the US?

Now unsealed, his 13-count indictment includes 8 counts of financial and elections fraud.

While he alone is named, charges against him allege complicity by “individuals known and unknown.”

Charges include the following:

Conspiracy to commit wire fraud on customers. 

Wire fraud on customers.

Conspiracy to commit wire fraud on lenders.

Wire fraud on lenders.

Conspiracy to commit commodities fraud.

Conspiracy to commit securities fraud.

Conspiracy to commit money laundering.

Conspiracy to defraud the US and violate campaign finance laws. 

He’s ordered to forfeit “any and all property, real and personal, that constitutes or is derived from proceeds traceable to the commission of said offenses.” 

He’s also expected face charges by the SEC, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and perhaps individual states.

In announcing Justice Department charges against him, US Attorney, Damian Williams, said the following:

“One month ago, FTX collapsed, causing billions of dollars in losses to its customers, lenders, and investors.”

“Now, a federal grand jury in New York indicted the former founder and chief executive officer of FTX and charged him with crimes related to the phenomenal downfall of that one-time cryptocurrency exchange, including fraud on customers, investors, lenders, and our campaign finance system.”

“As today’s charges make clear, this was not a case of mismanagement or poor oversight, but of intentional fraud, plain and simple.” 

Since founded in May 2019, SBF and his co-conspirators virtually stole billions from investors — using them for self-enrichment and to buy influence.

He illegally shifted customer assets to Alameda Research, his privately held crypto hedge fund.

Then used these funds for undisclosed investments, luxury real estate, other ill-gotten gains and big bucks thrown at political beneficiaries of his Ponzi scheme.

Once SBF allies, they’re now mortal enemies with plenty of reasons to want him silenced.

According Popular Information last month after contacting 98 US political campaigns and 24 PACs that got FTX money, 4 Dems and three Republicans said they’re donating it to charity or to defrauded investors.

“Most candidates and PACs that received (FTX) funds…did not return requests for comment” — including the Dem National Committee and RINO Republican/Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s Super PAC.

According to FoxBusiness.com last month, SBF “donated the maximum amount an individual can give to a candidate to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s likely successor…Hakeem Jeffries.”

The Washington Free Beacon said SBF “gave $300,000 to nine House Financial Services Committee Committee members” involved in investigating him.

Before his indictment, Chairwoman Maxine Waters said the following about his political donations:

“I don’t want to get into that.”

“As a matter of fact, both sides, Dem(s) and Republicans, received donations.”

The vast majority of contributions went to Dems and Dem committees.

In custody behind bars in the Bahamas and facing extradition to the US, will dark force beneficiaries of SBF’s dirty money want him silenced?

Will public trial proceedings in the US never occur?

Will he be eliminated in similar fashion to how Jeffrey Epstein was taken out?

The fullness of time will tell if his days are numbered.

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