US reportedly considering Bankman-Fried extradition for questioning

US reportedly considering Bankman-Fried extradition for questioning


In the aftermath of the FTX exchange liquidity crisis and bankruptcy, United States and Bahamian authorities are reportedly discussing the possibility of extraditing Sam Bankamn-Fried, former CEO of the company, back to the U.S. for questioning.

According to a Bloomberg report citing people familiar with the matter, conversations between local law-enforcement officials, including the FBI, escalated in recent days as they investigated Bankman-Fried’s role in the downfall of the exchange

Since the incident, the former FTX CEO, co-founder Gary Wang and the director of engineering Nishad Singh are known to be in the Bahamas, where they are “under supervision” by the local authorities.

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Initially, rumors surfaced of Bankman-Fried potentially looking to flee to Dubai, however, due to an agreement between the U.S. and the United Arab Emirates, U.S.-based

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