As Sam Bankman-Fried’s criminal trial comes to a close in Manhattan, prosecutors began making their final pleas to the jury Wednesday.
In a two-and-a-half-hours-long (so far) closing argument, the prosecution called back a familiar narrative: Bankman-Fried knowingly and intentionally stole from customers and defrauded investors.
“Where did the money go? What happened? Who was responsible?” Prosecutor Nicolas Roos said at the start of the government’s closing arguments. “You know the answers to those questions.”
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