Prosecutors call FTX ‘one of the biggest frauds’ in US history

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Disgraced former FTX chief executive Sam Bankman-Fried was arrested in the Bahamas on December 12, as US authorities filed charges against him and issued formal notice of a likely extradition order in February. 

Federal prosecutors filed criminal charges on December 9, which were unsealed on December 13. Charges against Bankman-Fried include four counts of wire fraud against customers and lenders, as well as conspiring to commit commodities fraud, securities fraud and money laundering, and to

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