Craig Wright Suddenly Withdraws Alleged Fake E-Mail in Kleiman Lawsuit

Craig Wright Suddenly Withdraws Alleged Fake E-Mail in Kleiman Lawsuit

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By CCN: In what may be considered a tacit admission of guilt, Craig Wright’s attorneys have requested that “exhibit A,” an e-mail that was proven to be fake, be withdrawn from evidence in a lawsuit filed against Wright by Dave Kleiman’s estate. Wright Withdraws Purportedly Fake E-mail From Evidence After Wright submitted the e-mail, a Reddit GPG expert announced that he could prove the e-mail was fake. CCN reported this Wednesday night, and today court documents reveal that Wright has requested to strike the e-mail from evidence. His reasoning? He “cannot verify the date of the e-mail exchange.” The withdrawal

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