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Bitcoin fugitive Do Kwon mocks “cops from all over the world” in several tweets

On his verified Twitter account, Pte. Kwon Do-hyung, or Do Kwon, claimed to be the CEO of Terraform Labs and promised to soon reveal his whereabouts with more than a little sarcasm.

Regarding the demise of the Terra stablecoin this year, South Korean authorities have issued an arrest order for Kwon and five other Terra employees. All six are the subject of a red notice from Interpol, which requests that international law enforcement find and temporarily detain them.

For those who have been spreading misinformation on the taxpayers’ dime, are invited with VIP privileges – will even get their plane tickets paid, Kwon apparently wrote in a follow-up tweet addressed to South Korean prosecutors. “Show up if you dare”

Soon after local authorities and South Korean media outlets reported that the Terra chief had relocated from Singapore to a European nation, Kwon tweeted the announcement. According to the sources, Nicholas Platias, the former Terra Head of Research who is also being looked into by South Korean officials, has gone back to his native Greece.

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