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Did Kristijan Krstic & Xenia Atilano flee Serbia for the Philippines?

Fugitives Kristijan Krstic and wife Xenia Faye Natividad Atilano, have been on the run since August 2021. The crime couple are wanted by US authorities, on charges related to a $70 million Ponzi empire. Following their arrest at the request of US authorities in Serbia, Atilano was released early due to pregnancy. Krstic was released [Continue reading…]

Bitcoiin defendant John DeMarr to forfeit $3.5 million

Bitcoiin defendant John Demarr will surrender $3,513,305.14 as part of his plea deal with the DOJ.

Forfeiture Notice added to Kristijan Krstic’s Ponzi indictment

A Forfeiture Notice has been added to Kristijan Krstic’s Ponzi empire indictment. The addition was made through a second superseding indictment, filed on December 28th.

Haojia Miao pleads guilty to Krstic Ponzi wire fraud

Haojia Miao┬áhas pled guilty to one count of wire fraud. Miao (aka Haljia Miao and Stan Miao), is part of Kristijan Krstic’s Ponzi empire. He was arrested in California in October 2020.

Stojiljkovic & David plead guilty to Krstic Ponzi empire fraud

Antonije Stojiljkovic and Jaira David have pled guilty to charges related to Krisitijan Krstic’s Ponzi empire. Stojiljkovic’s plea agreement was filed on November 23rd. David’s on November 29th.

Bitcoiin defendants’ trial rescheduled for March 2022

Due to the complex nature of the case, the Bitcoiin criminal trial has been pushed back to March 14th, 2022.

Kristijan Krstic & wife disappear after home detention release

Well that didn’t take long. Just two weeks after being let out of custody, Kristijan Krstic and his wife have violated their release conditions and fled.

John DeMarr pleads guilty to Bitcoiin fraud charge

After pleading not guilty to four counts of Bitcoiin related fraud in April, a few days ago DeMarr entered a change of plea.

Kristijan Krstic released, under house arrest till August 16th

Kristijan Krstic, head of a Ponzi empire that allegedly bilked consumers out of $70 million, has been released from custody. Pending a decision from the European Court of Human Rights, Krstic will remain under house arrest till August 16th.

Krstic facing life imprisonment, appeals to Human Rights court

Apparently getting sent to prison for running Ponzi scams is a violation of human rights. Or so Krstijan Krstic’s lawyers in Serbia would have you believe.