Dave Kleiman and Craig Wright mined 1.1 million BTC through a company W & K which they jointly owned. After Kleiman’s death, Wright took unlawful possession of all the bitcoins and intellectual property of the company.
Ira Kleiman and the Kleiman estate then complained about the incident. After which Wright filed a motion with an Australian court saying he had no connections to Florida or W&K. He also explained, he was never a shareholder, member, agent, employee, or representative of W&K.
It was also found that earlier Wright submitted an affidavit to the Supreme Court of New South Wales, confirming his 50 percent ownership at W&K Info Defense LLC, while Kleiman owned the other 50 percent.
The funnier thing was that he doubled down saying, “W&K Info Defense LLC was an incorporated partnership” and “all shares are held jointly.” Also, according to the court documents, Wright said he called a “shareholders meeting” in 2013, where he was the sole vote that nominated the director of the company.
Documents which Wright signed as the “authorized representative” of W&K were also revealed. Also, multiple occasions on which he identified himself as the lead researcher of the company were revealed.
The crypto community has strongly responded to these new developments, with many coming up. Also, there are further evidence showing Wright contradicting himself on various occasions. Some of them have also come up with their own theories on why he claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto in the first place.