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Brian Klein
I now represent Virgil Griffith and am very pleased that today the judge found that he should be released from jail pending trial. We dispute the untested allegations in the criminal complaint, and Virgil looks forward to his day in court, when the full story can come out.
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Dissent Doe, PhD Dec 2
"It’s even more egregious that a U.S. citizen allegedly chose to aid our adversary.” --- FBI Assistant Director-in-Charge William F. Sweeney Jr. His outrage seems more applicable to Senator Kennedy, Devin Nunes, Rudy Giuliani, and than Virgil Griffith....
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highbit Dec 2
As Virgil apparently stated to the FBI: the information he shared is readily available online - it’s fabricated outrage and it probably dovetails nicely with the anti crypto agenda harbored by certain troglodytes in government.
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Ryan Singer Dec 2
Replying to @brianeklein
Thank god he has competent representation. Good luck.
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Ran NeuNer Dec 2
Perhaps The Block can make a donation? Just some of the advertising revenue from the story?
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jimmy james Dec 2
Replying to @brianeklein
Thanks for fighting the good fight, Brian! I’m terrified of the precedent it’d set but good to know he’s getting quality legal representation.
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Ben Rothke Dec 2
He's got a great lawyer in that case! With that, amazing was never arrested for doing the same, if not worse, in his travels to .
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Chill Penguin Dec 2
Replying to @brianeklein
Good luck, crypto community following this closely.
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ⁿᵃᵐᵉ. 𓄿 Dec 2
Replying to @brianeklein
If this dude got EOS off the hook he can do anything. Look out Kardashians...
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Jacob Gadikian Dec 2
Thank you
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