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Tarun Chitra
@pinged
The last 12h of Twitter takes on SBF has been a mixture of misplaced elation, investors unable to grapple with personal responsibility, and dunks from people who made money from Alameda; perhaps trauma is healed this way, but I respect the opinions of those who were quieter much more
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Dan Romero
@dwr.eth
Not an SBF fan, but always weird when decades in prison is something people celebrate. Maybe if you’re a direct victim, but peanut gallery is cringe. Legal system worked. Let’s move on.
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Tarun Chitra
@pinged
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Tushar Soni
@tusharsoni.eth
This might be controversial or even naive, but I never liked decades of prison sentence for pure financial crime. And in this case, legal system might have worked, but a lot of other systems failed - investor dd being the biggest one and all the positive media portrayal of sbf. Public derived trust from them
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Jared 🎩
@javabu.eth
IMO it’s nice to see corporate actors held responsible, wish it extended outside the crypto space. That being said, we need to completely overhaul our prison system. Remove the for profit aspect and focus of true rehabilitation - something that shouldn’t take decades.
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Thomas
@aviationdoctor.eth
Slightly different take here. 1st, I think that justice being served is something to be celebrated — it’s a societal achievement. 2nd, SBF’s (likely) sizeable punishment is cathartic; it restores faith in justice, esp. toward white-collar crime. 3rd, we’re all victims here; he damaged the space for all of us.
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