December 6, 2022, “Crypto Six” The case went to trial, and of all six defendants, only Ian Freeman, co-host of radio broadcast Free Talk Live, has not accepted a plea bargain. Filed Daubert’s motion intended to exclude expert testimony. This is because it is alleged that the private company and closed-source software used in blockchain analysis does not meet Daubert’s standards of admissibility.
Crypto 6’s trial is set to begin December 6, with prosecutors dropping all fraud-related charges
about 20 months ago. On March 16, 2021, federal investigators discovered Free Talk Live studios, Bitcoin Embassy and Shire Free Church in Keene, New Hampshire. At the time, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) indicted six New Hampshire residents for operating a cryptocurrency exchange business without proper permits. DOJ’s “Crypto Six” indictment “alleges that defendants knowingly operated a crypto exchange business in violation of federal anti-money laundering laws and regulations.”
Since then,of all six,Ian Freeman, radio broadcast Free He was the co-host of Talk His Live Yes, and a libertarian activist. The only person left in the case. Mr. Freeman has taken the case before a jury, and he will start on December 6, 2022. He also said juror selection will also begin on the 6th, and the trial will begin immediately after the jurors are selected and is expected to take two weeks. com News, explaining that his legal team had filed a Dawbert motion intended to exclude the testimony of the FBI’s top blockchain “experts.” and is closed source software and does not meet his Daubert criteria of admissible evidence.
“The federal government then scrambled to get ‘experts’ to redo their analysis using what they called ‘open source’, the blockchain.com explorer. No, it’s just open to the public,” said Freeman. “This implicitly acknowledges that they know that the Chainalysis findings will not pass legal demands and will be dismissed as evidence in court,” he added.
Free Talk Live co-host continued:
Additionally, my lawyer asked the FBI’s premier blockchain “expert”, Erin Montgomery, and made her admit she’s not even a computer scientist. Because she has a degree in the liberal arts and admits that what she did can be done by anyone, it disqualifies her as a “professional.”
According to his web portal thecrypto6.com, proponents say he plans to hold a protest outside the courthouse on December 12, 2022. Mainstream media participation is expected, Freeman said at the news desk. The team is trying to get a trial audio feed online. “We are currently awaiting approval from the judge,” Freeman detailed. 43} See overview for.
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