No. I would simply retain $40K from those recovered from Chen Jianhai, and convert that to Singapore Dollar and send back to my friend.
So you will handle stolen goods and then launder it to a "friend" who is happy to be incriminated?
so there's no reason to not trust and co-operate with me when I can deliver my promise of the $100K and 20,000 BTC.
You appear to be a pathological liar, are heavily implicated and have returned very little. There is no reason to trust or co-operate with you.
Unfortunately, my friend (the source of legitimate LR funds) does not wish to be involved in this disaster because he is supposed to be irrelevant. He's fine with providing information to the authorities, but definitely not to the Bitcoin community after he has read this thread.
Can any legal entity confirm that this person does exist and that they are co-operating with investigations?
My only priority right now is to refund Bitcoinica customers, which should have finished 2 months ago.
This is only now a priority because you have been found out.
Doing anything else will not help this process.
No, doing anything else will not help you
. You expect to just part-pay back some funds under the guise of a biblically inconsistent and suspicious story, without being tried and imprisoned for your theft.
The hacker didn't steal from me. Why should I file a police report?
Indeed, why are you so involved in this whole matter? You either stole the funds yourself or are heavily responsible for the theft. That is why you don't contact the authorities.
I'm sure Bitcoinica itself has helped the community to grow (by providing a way to hedge and facilitate trading through the interest system), otherwise I wouldn't have been involved in the first place.
I'm sure that Bitcoinica itself helped your personal wealth grow and this is why you started it in the first place.
The point of transferring the funds to a trusted third party is to provide safe and legal withholding of stolen properties and facilitate refunding process in the future.So you say that Engage Legal have deliberately and knowingly received stolen funds from you? That incriminates both of you for handling and laundering stolen goods without any (stated) legal authority or court order.
Bitcoinica still owes you 100% of your claimed amount and I personally (or even Chen Jianhai) owe everyone 0% like always. Only when Bitcoinica officially recognize and identify their stolen properties, the liability status will change.
How convenient. True, the identity of the theif has not been legally proven, but this does not mean that you will not be. Again, if you have no liability (which is laughable, considering your deep implication in this), why are you so involved in the clear-up?
If there is any investigation I would respond that the originally legitimate funds of $40k (which I can show proof to police) were transferred to Bitcoinica instead.
And the Police would not care one bit. Stolen goods are stolen goods.
Fiat money is not Bitcoin. Your one dollar and my one dollar are identical.
If you need me to clarify any statement or evidence, please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
. I will not post anything on this forum if I feel unnecessary or uncomfortable.
From this point you should not expect any explanation from me on this forum.
Predictably, you are now trying to end the dialogue because you STILL REFUSE TO ANSWER THE MANY LEGITIMATE QUESTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN PUT TO YOU
, because they relate to your lies catching up with themselves. Running away won't help you, until you're in the prison showers, of course.
I give you one last chance to answer the many questions I and others have directly put to you.
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Thanks, could you point me to any additional email/website addresses and telephone numbers?