Where there is drama in bitcoin over the last couple of years, Australian computer guru Craig Wright is often in the thick of it. The filing is riddled with juicy morsels such as "It is unclear whether Craig, Dave, and/or both created Bitcoin. For reasons not yet completely clear, they chose to keep their involvement in Bitcoin hidden from most of their family and friends. It is undeniable that Craig and Dave were involved in Bitcoin from its inception and that they both accumulated a vast wealth of bitcoins from 2009 through 2013," a point of contention for the last few years at least. Because Mr. Kleiman's heirs were unaware of their family member's bitcoin efforts and potential bounty, "Craig perpetrated a scheme against Dave's estate to seize Dave's bitcoins and his rights to certain intellectual property associated with the Bitcoin technology. As part of this plan, Craig forged a series of contracts that purported to transfer Dave's assets to Craig and/or companies controlled by him. Craig backdated these contracts and forged Dave's signature on them," the filing states. Readers especially interested in where the Satoshi aspect of all this leads are encouraged to deep dive Kim Nilsson's Wizsec blog, Kleiman v Craig Wright: The bitcoins that never were.