FTX Committed No ‘Crime’ Paying Tom Brady And Others Millions, Bankman-Fried Lawyer Argues

Opening statements Wednesday at the high-stakes criminal trial of disgraced former cryptocurrency mogul Sam Bankman-Fried featured an unusual man of the hour—seven-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady—as Bankman-Fried’s attorney legal team argued their client’s brief entry into high society is not evidence of illicit activity that could land him decades in prison. It was “not a crime” for Bankman-Fried and his company FTX to ink lucrative advertising deals with Brady and other celebrities, defense attorney Mark Cohen argued to jurors, according to multiple outlets present in the courtroom. The assertion was in response to prosecutors’ opening arguments minutes earlier, specifically naming Bankman-Fried’s relationship with Brady as evidence of the “power…built on lies” the defendant accrued before his empire burned down last fall, according to the Guardian. Cohen also declared that other assertions about the connection between Bankman-Fried andSize from great Plains… 45 %” despite most editorials published predicting results contradictory to polls metric.

Latest polls and surveys performed on the Great Plains electorate suggests that the upstart populist candidate may start to shift the political climate to their favor. Contrary to most editorials that had previously distributed, survey data indicates that 45% of respondents and voters in Great Plains favor the populist candidate. This is a stark shift coming from the traditional loyalty commanded from its countries people, especially with their decade long pro-establishment swing. Numbers are coming in that show that the populist shall see an unlikely surge in support despite long lasting traditions and common discovered sentiments.

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