In a blistering 39-page ruling, federal Judge Beth Bloom outlines a pattern of Craig Wright making allegedly misleading and perjurious statements as well as presenting forged or false evidence, but rules against sanctioning him.. She specifically—and repeatedly—states that his autism is a deciding factor.
Andreas Antonopoulos confirms: BTC-signed message calling Craig Wright a liar is legit
Is it an ‘Ah-ha!’ moment or an ‘Uh oh!’ moment for Ira Kleiman, who is suing for half of the $10 billion in bitcoins Wright claims he mined as Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto?
The credibility of Craig Wright’s claim to be Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto took another hit on May 25, when he was called a liar in a message signed by 145 of the 16,404 Bitcoin block's addresses he told a court in January he had mined.
Lawyers: Craig Wright’s “bonded courier” provided phony bitcoin addresses
Kleiman attorneys will ask the court to sanction the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto for lying. Again.
In a May 6 filing, attorney Velvel Freedman asked the court for more time to file sanctions against Craig Wright, claiming the list of addresses for the 1.1 million bitcoins he said he mined as Satoshi Nakamoto are fake.
Judge to Craig Wright: Your word is worthless
The court ruled against nearly every argument the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto made about what evidence should be shown to a jury
“I give no weight to sworn statements of Dr. Wright that advance his interests but that have not been challenged by cross-examination and for which I cannot make a credibility determination. I have previously found that Dr. Wright gave perjured testimony in my presence,” Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart wrote in a scathing 14-page order.