FTX founder could face wave of ‘superseding indictments’ in US: Chris Swecker

Ftx founder could face wave of 'superseding indictments' in us: chris swecker

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Former assistant FBI director Chris Swecker on the FBI’s alleged collusion with Big Tech platforms and FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried’s expected court appearance.

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