- The list of Craig Wright's bitcoin holdings may be yet another example of his forgeries and misrepresentations
- Meanwhile, “additional information is uncovered about the partnership’s bitcoin holdings”
In the Craig Wright vs Ira Kleiman court case, the Plaintiff’s legal team is trying to subpoena nChain CEO Jimmy Nguyen for a deposition but is unable to track him down.
As per the “Joint Discovery Status Report” published by the United States District Court Southern District of Florida on March 2nd, Plaintiff, Kleinman, brother of David Kleinman and the personal representative of his estate has “filed a motion challenging a number of defendant’s privilege designations.”
The plaintiff is seeking to file a motion for the issuance of a letter rogatory from the U.K based entity nChain. These documents allegedly indicate that nChain may have control over this litigation and/or may have obtained or acquired assets at issue in this case.
The court statement says the list of defendant's bitcoin holdings “may be yet another example of the Defendant’s submissions of forgeries and misrepresentations to this Court.”
According to the plaintiff, the third party would be able to confirm these suspicions and as such attempting to serve former nChain CEO and US citizen Jimmy Nguyen but so far have been “unsuccessful” to locate him.
Plaintiff has scheduled the dispositions of Craig Wright on March 16 and 18, 2020, Ramona Watts on March 19, 2020, Andrew O’Hagan on March 17, 2020, Dustin Trammell on March 26, 2020, and Brandon Sullivan’s to be decided.
“Plaintiffs note that more depositions may be required as additional information is uncovered about the partnership’s bitcoin holdings.”
The court case has been in the discovery phase for more than 20 months now but has been impeded by a lack of cooperation and deception on Wright’s part. For now, the legal team of Wight and Kleinman has exhausted their 10 depositions during this discovery period.