Former FTX.US president Brett Harrison says he’ll share what he is aware of concerning the disgraced and bankrupt trade “in time.”
Harrison answered one Twitter consumer asking what the FTX.US trade president knew about what was going at FTX.
“I’ll share in time.”
Harrison stepped down from his place as president of FTX’s US arm in late September, a little bit greater than a month earlier than FTX and FTX US each instantly collapsed and filed for chapter.
The previous president additionally not too long ago responded to a different Twitter consumer who requested him why he’s in not in jail. Harrison, who beforehand labored for Citadel Securities, advised the opposite Twitter consumer to “use powers of inference.” Harrison hasn’t been accused of any crimes associated to FTX.
FTX filed for chapter in November after the crypto trade failed to satisfy withdrawal requests from its clients. The trade’s former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is dealing with as much as 115 years in jail after being accused of defrauding traders and mishandling buyer belongings.
The U.S. Division of Justice (DOJ) has additionally seized $456 million price of shares of the favored buying and selling app Robinhood that had been linked to Bankman-Fried.
Prosecutors with the Industrial Litigation department of the DOJ Civil Division stated in a brand new submitting that the seized belongings represent property concerned within the violations of cash laundering and wire fraud legal statutes and aren’t properties of the chapter property.
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