Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto to sue Newsweek for defamation, needs your help

Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto

In what was the biggest blooper in her career, Leah McGrath Goodman of Newsweek had reported that she had found Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of Bitcoin. It seems that she had made a humongous mistake by taking a certain Mr.Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto to be Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoins. Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto, the man wrongly identified by Newsweek is now planning to sue Newsweek for being  “targeted and victimized by a reckless news organization.”

Super Blooper

On March 6, 2014, Leah had reported on Newsweek that she had found the mysterious founder of the worlds most famous cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, in the bylanes of Temple City, California.  Leah had backed up her story by giving a interview with our good man, Mr.Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto.

Lack of any news or information about the original Bitcoin founder, Satoshi Nakamoto and Newsweek’s prestige and goodwill were enough to convince the readers about the Dorian being Satoshi Nakamoto on that particular day.  But ultimately, Dorian came out with a statement the very next day to prove Leah’s supreme blooper.

Newsweek Reporter Leah proved a liar, Dorian Nakamoto issues a statement that he doesnt know Bitcoin or Cryptography

Sueing Newsweek

It seemed that all was forgotten about Dorian and the blooper story from Leah until Dorian created a website, NewsweekLied to ask for donations from netizens for suing Newsweek.  He said that he was suing Newsweek because he was allegedly targeted and victimized by a reckless news organization.

Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto to sue Newsweek for defamation, needs your help

Donations

You can visit NewsweekLied and make donations to help Mr.Dorian Nakamoto, if you think he has been wronged.

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