Wright won’t share information about the bonded courier claiming he’s bound by the attorney-client privilege

The plaintiffs in the Kleiman v. Wright lawsuit claim that Wright unlawfully asserted attorney-client and various other defense privileges over 11,000 documents. The most dramatic attempt to avoid discovery was made when Wright claimed that the bonded courier that delivered the controversial private keys is an “attorney,” making his communications “privileged.” Wright uses non-existent...

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