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    October is going to be a busy and eventful time for all the OC perps. Here is the scheduled court dates for them all:

    Sebastian Greenwood pre-trial #2: October 5, 2020, at 11am
    David Pike guilty plea hearing: October 8, 2020, at 11am
    Mark Scott sentencing: October 9, 2020, at 11am
    Gilbert Armenta sentencing: October 21, 2020, at 10am
    Konstantin Ignatov sentencing control: November 11, 2020, at 3:30pm

    Much can happen between now and then to change these court dates, but for now this is the schedule.

    Now the question is who is next? There are still sealed documents and we believe it includes indictments of other OC major players.

    In the meantime King Jayms continues his charade that OC is real and is going to survive and become the largest crypto-currency in the world. They keep talking about how great the DealShaker platform is, and yet behindMLM has more visitors to its website than DealShaker, and there are supposed to be 3.5 million OC members. They can't even get more than 25,000 visits per month to the website and this is the premier merchant platform in the world? Seriously King Jayms?
    What a fool and joke you are.
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    Well it didn't take long to have the first delay in a sentencing date. Mark Scott's sentencing has now been set for December17 @ 10am. The government's forfeiture brief is due Aug 31, Scott's response is due Sep 21, and the government's reply is due Oct 5. Scott's sentencing submission is due Nov 25 and the government's sentencing submission is due Dec 2.

    Now it remains to be seen if any of the other scheduled hearing and sentencing dates will also be delayed.
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    OC had a big event held in Bucharest, Romania and the featured speaker was Veska Ignatova (Ruja and Konstantin's mother) who has now taken over the reins of OC. The video of the event was posted on FB but was taken down after just a short time. Fortunately there was a transcript made before the video was taken down. Here's the transcript of Veska's speech, and I quote:

    "My One Life Family,

    We, at Corporate, sincerely thank every IMA who has believed and trusted in us while also deciding to grow with us. We want to thank every person who has ever joined the organization, at one point in time or another.

    As an organisation, we would not be what we are today without you. We are even grateful for the greater learning and knowledge gained through the mistakes we have made. We therefore aim to become a more dynamic entity.

    We strive overall to be greater, bigger and better, now more than ever before in the history of our existence.

    We apologise for any misunderstandings and for the lies which may have been spread by former IMA’s or staff members who were blinded by greed and so sought their own ulterior motives.

    Nevertheless, we believe that we have rectified every single possible issue that could happen. Notwithstanding the fact that we may face new challenges which may even be bigger, that will not deter us, as we are a sound company backed by the correct staff and perfect leadership.

    We believe we are unstoppable, mega-giants in the world of e-learning, network marketing, e-commerce, and cryptocurrency: the first company of its kind with such dynamics.

    At this juncture, OneLife family members, we want to share with you some of our plans. We have plans for our generations, however, we urge you to trust the process as you continually see examples of the growth and development of our organization.

    I will discuss at this time, what we would like to accomplish within the next 24 months. I do not want to place any specific deadlines, even so, there are some plans still to be accomplished this year, however, the following are on our agenda for that overall period of the next 24 months.

    1. The New DealShaker platform

    2. Accreditation of the OneAcademy courses

    3. Full Functionality of One Forex

    4. New OneAcademy Training packages

    5. Friendly Mobile App that will function without internet

    6. KYC Face Recognition System

    7. Four Major Cooperate Events (March 2021- Dubai & October 2021- Venue TBA and two more in 2022)

    8. One million merchants and ten million IMAs

    I remind you that a few targets have been set before however, with the leadership and marketing plan we have today, we strongly believe that our goals will be entirely accomplished within the stipulated time frame.

    Not forgetting that as the Regulatory Framework for the world of Cryptocurrency continue to be shaped, please be reminded that we are designed for integration and regulation.

    To reach full peak potential, and to accomplish all our dreams and desires relating to our One Ecosystem, it will truly require the effort of linking hand in hand with our current family to get new IMAs involved as we expand our family, and for this we must all work and function Together 4 More.

    And I know many are wondering let me say this, for my children that I love I continue working daily with them at the center of my Heart.

    THE LAST NOTE I SAY TO YOU RIGHT NOW IS THAT OUR GOALS AND VISION HAVE NOT CHANGED. WE WILL SEE EVERY PART OF THE ECO SYSTEM FULFILLED.

    ONE IS AND WILL CONTINUE TO BE:

    #1 USEABLE CRYPTOCURENCY IN THE WORLD

    #1 RESERVED CRYPTOCURENCY IN THE WORLD

    #1 BORDERLESS CR"


    It is going to be interesting to see how the faithful respond to her lackluster presentation and what she had to say. There is still a OC testimonial TV show that is to air at the end of this month or sometime in September, just don't remember which, that is going to tell the "real" OC story and debunk all the lies that have been told about OC and how the "greedy" (read major promoters are at fault not Ruja, Konstantin, et al) tried to destroy OC, but OC will rise like the Phoenix from the ashes and succeed!! cough, cough

    You can't make this stuff up folks.
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    Not sure if this has been posted before, but is a great chronological expose' about Dr Ruja and onecoin.
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laidback View Post
    Not sure if this has been posted before, but is a great chronological expose' about Dr Ruja and onecoin.
    Thanks for sharing this especially since King Jayms and his fellow criminals are trying to salvage OC but failing miserable. It is a fresh reminder to all who have forgotten just how insidious OC truly was and remains to be to this day.

    I have a feeling that the unsealed documents will soon be released and others will be reached out and touched by US Law Enforcement for their crimes in OC. Now what would be really fitting is if Veska Ignatova was one of them. It would put their entire crime family behind bars where they belong.

    I thought this was posted before, but whether it was or not, it is important to do so now. Thanks for posting it.
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    The ole Cackle-bladder would have needless speculation, so Ruja of her to leave followers in suspense.

    OneCoin Took In Billions. Then Its Leader Vanished. - WSJ
    "It's virtually impossible to violate rules ... but it's impossible for a violation to go undetected, certainly not for a considerable period of time." Bernie Madoff
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Scam-...98399986981403

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    Well, OneLife/OneCoin finally coughed up some dollars and had a new IT Team develop the new One Coin/Onelife Systems, The Dashboard, and new client portal. Here's the video of the new IT Team explaining all that they have done: OneCoin Crypto Currency, The IT TEAM The Legend Of One 2020 ! - YouTube

    I didn't know whether to laugh or cry when they announced that OneCoin/OneLife was one of the greatest clients their company had ever had. Guess that means the check cleared and they closed their eyes to who they were really dealing with and buried their heads in the sand all at the same time. They had to be really desperate for the money to work with them. But then this is Bulgaria and they turn a blind eye to corruption and illegal companies.

    As for the website design, it is average and not that spectacular, but when you compare it to what they had, it looks impressive to the gullible and blind thinking OC is real and they will become rich. What is funny is that many are saying that since they are migrating to the new platform, they can't access their accounts. Hmm, the same thing members complained about under the old system. Guess they still haven't worked all the bugs out yet. They have also given their members a short amount of time to make the migration, and that is not sitting too well with them since many can't access their accounts. But then that means you have to hire support people to handle all the complaints and get the issues fixed. Something that Veska has not seemed too keen on doing. She was OK with having a flashy website developed, but not willing to spend money on a support staff.

    Recruiting has been hurting due to COVID19, and their expo's are not doing that well either. They have found out it is harder to con people via Zoom meetings than in face-to-face meetings. They are not getting that many new merchants to join and have lost a lot of their initial merchants due to poor performance of dealshaker. Think about this, they can't get more people to sign-in to dealshaker than behindmlm's website gets visitors to the blog daily; and they claim to have over 3.5 million members. But dealshaker is touted as revolutionary and the best ecosystem for merchants going. Silly Amazon and Alibaba just think they are the best and the largest.

    I do feel a little sorry for the IT Team buying OneLife/OneCoin's lies to get them to develop their systems for them, but they should have done real due diligence on them before agreeing to be their IT Team. I don't think they have any idea of what kind of trouble they could be in if the authorities wanted to go after them for perpetuating an illegal company and defrauding people worldwide. And the saga continues.

    Looking forward to the next episode of the Missing Crypto Queen part 2.
    Last edited by EagleOne; 11-04-2020 at 02:01 PM.
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    The latest on the trials and hearings in the OneCoin cases:

    Gilbert Armenta sentencing: Oct 21, 2020, 10am
    Konstantin Ignatov sentencing control: Nov 11, 2020, 3:30pm
    David Pike guilty plea hearing: Dec 11, 2020, 11am
    Mark Scott sentencing: Dec 17, 2020, 10am
    Sebastian Greenwood pre-trial #2: Dec 18, 2020, 10:30am
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    Well some great news regarding OneCoin that will spell the end of the charade of OneLife and DealShaker being legal. Here's the story:

    Kate Winslet to Star in, Produce 'Fake!' Movie on OneCoin Ponzi Scheme The link was sent to all the current major pimps (King Jayms and his so-called Captain and Co-Captains) of OneLife/DealShaker. Still issues with the back office and DealShaker platforms (so much for their touted new IT partners capabilities), that were promised would be fixed 2 months ago and still don't work right. What is really funny is that these are the same issues the old system had, but to hear King Jayms and the co-captains tell it this new IT firm are the best, cough, cough.
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    Gilbert Armenta's sentencing hearing moved to January 29, 2021. Now it remains to be seen if the other hearings will also receive a delay to a future date.
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    And the idiocy of the OC saga continues. After totally disappearing for more than a year, Ken Labine is back and even nuttier than he was before. He released a new YouTube video where he claims that Konstantin did not plead guilty to count 3 of his indictment therefore OC is legal. Count 3 Money Laundering is about “earning money through illegal activities." No I am not kidding. You can watch his video here if you can stand to listen to him extoll about things he has no knowledge of what he is saying; that is if you can stand to listen to him for his entire video: Hi to the ones who missed me :) Hi to the ones who hate on me! - YouTube

    Here's what Ken has conveniently omitted in his video: (1) He simply ignores the fact that Mark Scott was found guilty of money laundering; (2) By saying that Konstantin didn’t plead guilty to money laundering, he’s too thick to understand the plea agreement letter. As it clearly states (this document by definition must be very clear), Konstantin pled guilty to all FOUR charges;

    That’s also why he is facing a maximum sentence of 90 years, which the letter breaks down: 1. Conspiracy to commit wire fraud: 20 years; 2. Wire fraud: 20 years; 3. Conspiracy to commit money laundering: 20 years; 4. Conspiracy to commit bank fraud: 30 years.

    But then Ken was never known for telling the truth. Sadly too many of his followers believe his nonsense as the truth. The truly sad part is Ken really thinks his "analysis" is brilliant and OC is legal. He just can't admit that he was wrong about OC. Guess he thinks he can fool the authorities should they come a'knockin on his door for restitution for his role in pimping OC that OC is real.
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    The sentencing date for Konstantin Igantov has been rescheduled for May 2021. I think this is in part to Sebastian Greenwood's trial. Stay tuned as other dates are also expected to be moved to 2021.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleOne View Post
    The sentencing date for Konstantin Igantov has been rescheduled for May 2021. I think this is in part to Sebastian Greenwood's trial. Stay tuned as other dates are also expected to be moved to 2021.
    The saying previously was: "Wheels of justice gind slow but grind fine", but with the proliferation of unpunished cybercrime should be modified to ,"The wheels of Justice grind exceedingly slow, but none too fine"!
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Mark Scott's sentencing is now set for February 2021. Would not be surprised to see the rest pushed into 2021 as well. Mainly for health safety issues.
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    As expected, David Pike guilty plea delayed to March 4, 2021.

    As for Konstantin, as I see it his sentencing trial date is not going to happen until Sebastian Greenwood's case is resolved. I am sure his testimony is part of his plea deal, and until he testifies, should Sebastian not do a plea deal and actually go to trial, his sentencing will not take place. Heck, they could be waiting until they nab Ruja and her trial before his sentencing date.
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    Authorities in Cordoba, a city in central Argentina, have arrested eight promoters of the OneCoin Ponzi scheme. Among those arrested is Edgar Moreno, a well-known local radio and television presenter. Moreno and seven accomplices were arrested on Thursday, on the order of Complex Crimes Prosecutor Enrique Gavier. The full names of those arrested are: Gustavo Adolfo Amuchástegui, Andrés Matías López, Mariana Noel López, Edgar Nicolás Moreno, Manuel Vicente Peralta Guevara, Mónica Gabriela Blasco, Daniel Cornaglia and Ricardo Beretta.

    The Cordoba Complex Crimes Unit has additionally indicted Konstantin Ignatov, Ruja Ignatova, José Gordo and Eduardo Alejandro Taylor. Eduardo Alejandro Taylor has fled Argentina and now is in Brazil. Of those in the OneLife network who was arrested is Argentina Dealshaker Country Manager Gustavo Amuchastegui. The last known whereabouts of José Gordo was he was living in Spain. It will be interesting to see if he is extradited to Argentina to stand trial. One can hope he will.

    I think Konstantin won't be extradited to stand trial in Argentina as part of his deal with the Feds, but it is possible if he doesn't continue to provide key evidence and witness testimony in the upcoming trial of Sebastian Greenwood. Just don't see it happening otherwise.

    Germany has finally gotten into the act. After the initial raid on the OC offices in Sofia, they have been quiet until now. Bielefeld’s Public Prosecutor’s Office announced three OC/OL suspects have been indicted and will appear at Munster District Court. The investigators accuse two people of operating payment services without permission and of having transferred more than 300 million euros from investors to the Cayman Islands. A third accused allegedly made himself a criminal offense in intentional money laundering and also helped to transfer money abroad. It is also believed the prosecutors office is looking into two more to be charged. Up until now the Germans have not been successful at bringing OC/OL criminals to justice. It will be interesting to finally get the names of the three indicted and if the prosecutor is successful in their court case.

    And just think we haven't even hit 2021 yet and I fully expect more OneCoiner's to be charged and tried in other countries. Couldn't happen to a nicer bunch of people.
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    Well King Jayms and his minions have set 4 GOALS for OneCoin, and I quote:

    "GOAL #1: A world without inflation, interest or loans
    GOAL #2: A safe world without anonymity and illegal online activities
    GOAL #3: A secured and non-volatile payment option that is boarderless and can be used all around the world
    GOAL #4: A payment method on which the authorities can rely"


    Anyone who believes that OC can end inflation, interest or loans; no illegal activities online; secured and non-volatile payment option that is "boarderless" (their spelling); and a payment method the authorities can rely on are totally delusional and brainless.

    If a crypto-currency could remove all illegal activities on the Internet, Bitcoin, and all the other crypto-currencies in the market, would have reduced illegal activities online by more than 60% by now. But the most audacious claim is that OneCoin is the coin the authorities can rely on defies reality with its reputation. The authorities need to shut down OneLife and DealShaker websites now to keep more gullible people from falling for all this tripe they are spewing.
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    In a major development of the OneCoin saga, Frank Schneider has been arrested in France and is being held waiting extradition to the US. No word yet on how soon the US authorities will take to extradite him, but if anyone knows where Ruja is it is Frank. He was also heavily involved in protecting OneCoin's image by having Carter Ruck Law Firm threaten legal action if publications did not retract their comments, and sued a couple who refused. The good news was their lawsuits did not prevail and the defendants won their cases. We might also learn all about RavnR in the UK and all of its dealings. In short, Frank is a major player equally as important as Ruja herself.

    And the noose keeps tightening and there are still unsealed indictments waiting in the wings. This news had to send a chill down the spines of the other major players in OneCoin thinking they may be next. This is a huge win for the authorities.
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    And another major player in the OneCoin saga has been arrested. Ex-OneCoin/OneLife Black Diamond Muhammad Zafar has been arrested in Pakistan by the FIA Cyber Crime wing due to marketing OneCoin!

    This definitely is going to send a chill down the spines of the other major promoters of OneCoin they may be next by their local authorities. The only real question is who's next? This is going to be a busy year for the major pimps of OneCoin as they try to figure out where they can go and feel safe from arrest. Now if they would only go after Juha Parhiala, Jose Gordo, Udo Deppisch, Kari Wahlroos, Steinkeller Brothers, Igor Alberts and Andreea Cimbala, Islam Brothers it would be a good start to making these pimps pay for their stealing.
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    It has been reported that Juha Parhiala, the #1 money pimp for OneCoin, has died. He reportedly had a heart attack or a stroke and died in his sleep. While his physical size did present a heart attack and stroke capability, this is just a little too convenient for me.

    Juha was involved with Sebastian Greenwood prior to their involvement in Big Coin with Ruja. So they go way back. Juha knows that Sebastian is going to spill the beans on OneCoin and all the major players, of which he was one. Add in the arrest of Frank Schneider, Ruja's fixer and money launderer, and Juha knew he also had to the goods on him. The US authorities still have sealed indictments that have not been issued yet. What better way to try and throw the authorities off track is if you fake your own death and they believe it?

    Call me a cynic, but until I see his dead body, he is not dead. He has the money to disappear just like Ruja. Speaking of Ruja, it is reported that she is the #2 Bitcoin holder in the world. At today's prices that makes her coins worth over $13 Billion Dollars. Buys a lot of protection doesn't it. And just think Bitcoin could hit over $100,000 by the end of this year adding another $10 or so Billion to her take. Who says crime doesn't pay?

    It is going to be interesting to see if he really did die or this is just a ruse to disappear.
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    Well, the curtain is being slowly removed from the inside dealings of OneCoin and Ruja. Now we have learned that Ruja was able to buy some banks:

    As part of Ruja Ignatova’s quest to sidestep finance regulations and avoid regulatory attention, Sheikh Saoud bin Faisal bin Sultan Al Qassimi sold her an Emirates banking license. The deal took place in September 2015 for $16 million USD. As per a co-signed “preliminary firm understanding/agreement“, Sheikh Saoud sold Ignatova the banking license for Emirates Malaysian Investment Bank. While she was able to buy the license, the OneCoin bank was never realized. Gilbert Arementa, Ruja's lover, bought the JSC Capital Bank in autumn 2015. in late 2015. there was a rumor that OneCoin acquired Hermes Bank in St Lucia.

    Now there is a report that ties Ruja to terrorists groups: A report from Kuwait’s Ministry of Interior alleges ties between OneCoin, Ruja Ignatova and “terrorist groups”. Ignatova obtained diplomatic documents through iCAFE, a New York non-profit run by Sheikh Saoud bin Sultan Al Qassimi. Specific countries Kuwaiti authorities link Ruja Ignatova’s banking transactions to include terrorist organizations in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Yemen.

    Kuwaiti authorities claimed to be in possession of several checks issued by Ignatova to undisclosed recipients. Citing issues with “control and oversight by Emirati authorities regarding the movement of funds”, the CIGD claimed Ignatova decided to start trying to transfer her illegal activity to the State of Kuwait and open companies and accounts that enable her to remit funds and transfer them back to other destinations. We believe that these illegal operations are being run by a country with strong and active intelligence activities in support of terrorist groups. The report was hand-delivered by the CIGD to the Chief of Dubai Police by two Kuwaiti lieutenant colonels. So far nothing has come of this information being shared with the Dubai police. The problem is she has a Dubai diplomatic passport and can claim immunity.

    But it gets even more muddy: As alleged in the lawsuit, upon disappearing in October 2017, Ruja Ignatova provided Power of Attorneys to two individuals: H.E. Sheikh Saoud bin Sultan Al Qassimi (Sheikh Saoud) and Mimoun Madani to act in her stead). Sheikh Saoud is also the Secretary-General of the Intergovernmental Collaborative Action Fund for Excellence (ICAFE), a New York non profit corporation which issued “diplomatic credentials” to Ignatova to assist the OneCoin schemes. Sheikh Saoud purchased OneCoin’s assets in exchange for 230,000 bitcoin on October 1, 2015. If Ruja still holds those 230,000 Bitcoins, it makes her the #2 holder of Bitcoins in the world and a value of over $11 Billion Dollars. Sheikh Saoud is the son of ‘one of the wealthiest men in the UAE, United Arab Bank CEO H.E. Sheikh Faisal Bin Sultan Bin Salem Al Qassimi’. Sheikh Saoud handed over 4 USB drive wallets containing 230,000 bitcoin in exchange for One Coin Ltd., which was the front company for OneCoin. The purchase cemented Sheikh Saoud as the sole shareholder and Director of OneCoin Limited. The reason why it is unclear if she still holds all of the 230,000 Bitcoins is because in May 19, 2017 the Southeast European Law Enforcement Center (SELEC), a regional organization comprised of 12 member states including Bulgaria, a total of 213,519 bitcoins were seized that month. Twenty-three Bulgarian nationals were arrested during the operation, and officials said at the time that the arrests and subsequent asset seizures followed an investigation into an alleged customs fraud scam. it is possible that some of her Bitcoins were seized in this raid from someone acting on her behalf in helping launder her money. I don't believe all of them were hers, as this was an organized crime organization that comprised the vast majority of the coins. The problem is that we may never know if any of those coins were hers.

    The other holder of Power of Attorney for Ruja is Mimoun Madani. He is an United Arab Emirates resident, who has a current Power of Attorney executed by Ignatova dated after her disappearance from public view and notarized by a well-known Seychelles lawyer and member of parliament, Bernard Georges. Mimoun Madani may have been the last person to see Ignatova before she disappeared.

    All of this information is available at behindMLM, and the articles there contain far more information than I have shared here. To say the least the articles and comments are a must read and really exposes the dark side of OneCoin and a peek at behind the veil of the true basis of OneCoin and it wasn't cryptocurrency. That was the cover for all the money laundering and other illegal activity they were doing.
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    Mark Scott's sentencing has been moved to the middle of September. Seems he has medical conditions he is receiving treatment for and has an operation the middle of August. The government agreed to this delay, but said this is the last one they will allow.

    Sebastian Greenwood's teleconference was held today. Due to sheer volume of evidence that has to be given to his defense team, the next teleconference is scheduled for after Labor Day. The government indicated they should be able to provide all the evidence to the defense by the end of August. They are sending them evidence daily so there is not a massive dump at the end of the time period. Hopefully this will enable the defense to be able to determine a court date at the hearing after Labor Day. To be honest I am not counting on a trial date being set at this teleconference in September. I also seriously doubt the trial will start this year, but in the first quarter of 2022. Hope I am wrong, but as it stands now that is my gut feeling. Then again it just might be gas. Time will tell.
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    Christi Calina and Luca Miatton claimed that they had been in negotiations with the Ukraine government. Specifically a document claiming to be an approval of “Central bank of Ukraine” to green-light the use of OneCoin as a financial asset. They talked about Luca becoming a president of a bank in the Ukraine — one that will start hand out OneCoin payment cards to OneCoin members again. The bank will be first of its kind to work with OneCoin.

    Only one little itsy-bitsy, teenie-weenie problem with that story. The Ukraine government announced that no agreement existed with OneCoin and the document was a fake. Now Luca and Christi are in salvage mode trying to claim that their claim is true and the government is mistaken. Talk about trying to do damage control and failing miserably. It is fun to watch.
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    Back in November of 2020, there were 3 defendants indicted for money laundering in the OneCoin Ponzi by the German Authorities. No names were revealed, and it was unclear if anything would come of these indictments. The legal system works differently in Germany than here in the U.S. A poster using the name Semjon provided information on how the German Court system works. Here is what he explained about the German Court System, and I quote:

    Continental European countries have Civil Law legal system which doesn’t have grand juries. Grand jury is a Common Law thing (mainly in UK and its former colonies like USA). The case has passed the second (bolded) phase in German criminal proceedings and “Main proceedings” can start. Criminal proceedings are divided into three stages: Investigation, intermediate proceedings, and the main proceedings or trial (including appeals and enforcement).

    Investigation (Ermittlungsverfahren): The prosecuting authorities (either the public prosecutor or the police) will start an investigation if they suspect you of a criminal offence. The aim of the investigation is to establish whether or not the suspicion against you is justified. In order to conduct their investigation they may take a variety of measures, including searching your home. When the investigation is complete, the public prosecutor will decide whether to discontinue the proceedings on lack of suspicion or whether to charge you. Intermediate proceedings (Zwischenverfahren): In the intermediate proceedings a court assesses the charge and decides whether or not the prosecution should proceed. If the court believes that there is enough evidence to make a conviction likely, it will open the main proceedings.

    Main proceedings (Hauptverfahren): In the main proceedings, the court prepares and conducts the trial. The court tests the charge at an oral hearing on the basis of the evidence available (eyewitnesses, documents, etc.). You will also be given the opportunity to tell the court your version of events and to comment on the allegations. If you are found to have committed the offence, you will be convicted. If not, you will be acquitted. You can appeal against a judgment within certain time‑limits.

    In a full appeal (Berufsverfahren), the main proceedings are repeated before a higher court. In review proceedings (Revisionsverfahren), the judgment is checked only for legal defects.


    The intermediate proceedings have found the case can go to trial, the main proceedings. We also now know the names of the 3 defendants in this case: the most notable being Frank Ricketts, Mrs. Manon Hübenthal, and Martin Breidenbach. Hubenthal and Breidenbach are cited as “owners” of IMS International Marketing Services, a shell company of OneCoin designed and established to do money laundering for OneCoin and Ruja. What is most interesting is that Breidenbach was an attorney with Breidenbach Rechtsanwalte law firm in Germany, which is now defunct. Hubenthal and Breidenbach are represented by the notorious law firm SBS Legal (formerly Schulenberg and Schenk). Schulenbert and Schenk is the law firm that got two other OneCoin promoters off in German court. Stephan Schulenberg has represented OneCoin in Germany and is believed to have acted as Ruja Ignatova’s personal lawyer. Breidenbach published the notorious 2014 OneCoin legal opinion that Ruja and the OneCoin gang used to steal billions of dollars. The three have been charged with money laundering $300 Million Dollars for OneCoin.

    Frank Ricketts is no stranger to Ruja or Sebastian Greenwood. He sold his The Opportunity Network (formerly Unaico of which he and Sebastian were partners) affiliate-base to OneCoin for a Black Diamond position in OneCoin’s compensation plan. On his return he said that he was taking on the role of Global Network Consultant to and for Sebastian, and for all leaders around the world and for every member of OneLife, no matter where you are. I am NOT joining the company OneLife in management, administration or anything else. I’m an independent individual with my own letterhead on my own personal company.

    Frank was last tied to Corsair Group, a Ponzi scheme with roots in Cloud Horizon, a failed Ponzi scheme Ricketts started after OneCoin collapsed. While Mrs. Manon Hübenthal, and Martin Breidenbach are in custody, Ricketts remains at large. His last known location was he was operating out of Thailand. If he is still there, this is good news for the German authorities. The Thai's extradited Sebastian Greenwood to the United States so there is hope they will also extradite Frank Ricketts back to Germany to stand trial.

    While all these arrests are great news to hold the perps accountable, there are still several on my list that I believe were major players behind the scenes I hope are also arrested soon. The 2 Franks were on my list along with the visible players already charged and trials moving forward. I am confident there are more arrests to come, and not only just from the US authorities, but other countries as well. You can bet that there are numerous people tonight that are sweating bullets wondering if they are next with the arrests of Frank Schneider and now this case proceeding to criminal trial against these 3.

    I expect this case will not be final for at least another 18 months and could possibly take 2 years to get all arrested and convicted.
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    Since the late fall of 2016, the story was you were not buying OneCoins but buying education packages that provided OC Tokens to be exchanged to OneCoin when it went live on an exchange. You were not allowed to claim you were buying or selling OneCoins but only education packages.

    With the new leadership in place after everyone else either deserted the sinking ship or were arrested and put in jail awaiting trial, the emphasis was education packages, education packages, education packages. Well that was until now. Australia’s last standing Blue Diamond OneCoin scammer Thanh Duong seems to be quite desperate. In his recent Facebook promotion Thanh sells 200 packs of “extra” 6400 Onecoins which he claims to be worth €271552, “only” asking €2600 or $5311 AUD. Notice, no education packages being offered here for these additional coins, but flat out selling OneCoins, which only exist on paper and in people's minds.

    This is a BIG NO-NO! Wonder how long it will take for King Jayms to kick him out of OC and freeze his accounts? Personally I don't see King Jayms doing this. Instead I expect him to make some kind of announcement that Dong made a mistake but has since apologized and corrected his mistake and all is well in OC/OL Ponziland. Needless to say this is going to be interesting to see how this all plays out. Let the fun begin!!
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