The 48-year old former programmer and criminal cartel boss, Paul Calder Le Roux, was deemed a Satoshi Nakamoto suspect in the spring of 2019. The suspicion caused a few people to believe Le Roux is the most credible Satoshi yet, and to this day individuals still think it is him. The following editorial is the eighth installment of news.Bitcoin.com’s “the many facts” series, with a comprehensive look at the circumstantial evidence that is tethered to Paul Le Roux and Bitcoin’s mysterious creator.
Paul Le Roux is a former cartel boss, DEA informant, and software programmer who resides in jail after he was arrested for various crimes in 2012. There are a number of reasons why people believe Le Roux may have created Bitcoin and the first circumstantial evidence appeared during the Kleiman v. Wright lawsuit.
During the discovery period in the lawsuit, Craig Wright filed a motion for a protective order