Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried’s Bail Co-Signers Revealed – Heavy Affiliations with Stanford University and “Election Integrity”

The Gateway Pundit has previously raised the question as to who paid Sam Bankman-Fried’s $250 million bond.  There was evidence that Stanford University, where SBF’s parents are professors, was involved in the property that was put up for his bail.  Stanford does, after all, own over $1 billion in property in the county they’re located in.


Now, after a motion filed by Inner City Press on January 3rd, the judge in the case has unsealed the bond co-signers.  The first is Andreas Paepcke.  Paepcke is listed as a “Senior Research Scientist” at Stanford University.  According to his bio:

“His interests include user interfaces and systems for teaching and learning.  He uses data analytics to create tools that benefit these online efforts.  He also applies machine learning technologies towards ecological causes.  In the past Dr. Paepcke and his groups of students designed and implemented WebBase, an experimental storage and high speed dissemination system for Web content.”


Inner City Press tweeted the other cosigner to be Larry Kramer, former dean of Stanford Law School.  Kramer is now the President of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

Bankman-Fried was, of course, arrested and extradited from the Bahamas after the FTX scandal.  The former crypto-CEO was the second largest donator to the Democratic Party while his associate was one of the strongest for the GOP.  Elon Musk at one pointed tweeted “His actual support of the Dem elections is probably over $1B.  The money went somewhere, so where did it go?”

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