Craig Wright Convicted of Perjury

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Judge James Mellor rendered a written decision in the case of Crypto Open Patent Alliance (COPA) against Craig Wright, finding him guilty of perjury during the trial.

Mellor noted that Wright’s testimony was either unreliable or based on fabricated evidence, and that he lacked a thorough understanding of Bitcoin technology.

The judge also stated that Wright’s self-proclaimed identity as Satoshi Nakamoto was false and that he repeatedly lied during his testimony. According to Mellor, Wright’s actions constituted serious abuse of court procedures and amounted to fraud.

The judge recommended that the facts of perjury be referred to the British prosecutor’s office. With this decision, the lengthy legal battle over the ownership of the white paper and code of the first cryptocurrency comes to an end.

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