In line with recently revealed official documents by trail lawyer named ‘Stephen Palley’ on Twitter, the self-proclaimed Bitcoin [BTC] creator ‘Craig Wright’ has allegedly provided false court ‘documents‘ to prove a deed of trust with his plaintiffs.
As per Palley, the assumed Satoshi Nakamoto didn’t prove his case by submitting court documents that Palley alleges to be fake, as they contain several multiple chronological discrepancies.
Among the ‘exhibits‘ filed within the District Court for the Florida Southern District earlier on 3rd July, the document submitted as proof of cooperation between Wright and the now-deceased David Kleiman, whose lawyers filed the case against Wright earlier in February last year. Kleiman’s lawyers accuse Wright of stealing several thousands of Bitcoin’s [BTC] – presently valued at over $5 Bln – after the ‘death‘ of Kleiman in April 2013.
While the represented deed of trust document is ostensibly dated 23rd October, 2012, the information of the file indicates that the document were actually created after the death of Kleiman, as Palley ‘found‘. The trust document apparently uses a 2015 copyright notice associated with Calibri, the Microsoft Word font, indicating that the document couldn’t be from earlier date.
Following the apparent accusation of Wright for forging the legal court documents, Palley ‘added‘:
“I mean it make sense that the creator of bitcoin can travel in time. Your honor.”
Also earlier in June, Wright ‘revealed‘ that he can’t follow the official juridicial ‘order‘ to provide a complete list of all of his early bitcoin addresses, claiming that he gave a key piece of info regarding the funds and ‘wallets‘ to Kleiman just before his death.