Feds to Elizabeth Holmes: What about that one-way ticket to Mexico?

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, defending herself against prosecutors’ claim that she tried to flee the U.S. after her 2022 fraud conviction, failed to explain her one-way ticket to Mexico, the prosecution said in a court filing Wednesday.

Prosecutors alleged in a court filing last week that Holmes, convicted in early January 2022 and facing years in prison, had a Mexico flight booked for later in the month in an “attempt to flee” the country.

Holmes’ legal team responded Monday, claiming in a court filing that the prosecution had used “incomplete and provably inaccurate statements” in “recklessly and incorrectly” alleging Holmes schemed to escape justice. Her partner Billy Evans had booked

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