Court Denies Craig Wright’s Motion for Judgment in Kleiman V. Wright
Max Boddy's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 40%
Judge Bruce Reinhart has denied a motion from Craig Wright in the ongoing Kleiman V. Wright saga. Wright apparently filed for a judgment on the pleadings in a two-pronged attack - neither of which met with sympathy from the court.
As stated in the court document, Wright presented a factual attack, which was that the court lacked subject matter jurisdiction. For his facial attack, Wright argued that Kleiman's estate failed to properly specify the citizenship of its parties. These attacks were aimed at the Kleiman estate's second amended complaint against Wright.
Reinhart ultimately concluded that Wright failed to meet his burden of production for the factual attack. The estate of deceased computer scientist David Kleiman initially sued Craig Wright, a self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakomoto, back in the beginning of 2018, on account of his alleged theft of Kleiman's BTC. As previously reported by Cointelegraph, messaging service Bitmessage developer Jonathan Warren recently testified against Wright in court, claiming that some of the documents submitted in the case are fake.
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