Konstantin Ignatov dismissed from OneCoin class-action
Former CEO Konstantin Ignatov has been dismissed from the OneCoin class-action lawsuit.
The conditions of Ignatov (right) being dismissed from the case will see him
- make himself available to Plaintiff’s lawyers and provide them with information relevant to their claims; and
- agree to testify if called upon at trial.
The DOJ are able to sit in on any information debriefing between Ignatov and Plaintiff’s lawyers if they wish.
The stipulated dismissal also clarifies that
no compensation or payment to Plaintiffs or Plaintiffs’ counsel, other than the cooperation provided for herein, has been discussed, negotiated, or agreed.
The class-action continues against remaining defendants OneCoin LTD, Ruja Ignatova, Sebastian Greenwood, Mark Scott, Irina Dilinska, David Pike and Nicole Huesmann.
Update 28th August 2020 – The stipulated agreement was accepted by the court on August 20th.
Stipulation document is available on CourtListener:
Have we ever seen a better “useful idiot”?
Mark my words, Kamran Hye or some other OneLife braindead “leader” will be celebrating and spreading misinformation to the Onecoin members how Konstantin has been released of all charges, not realizing (or on purpose not telling) this was a deal between the Civil Class Action lead plaintiffs and Ignatov, nothing to do with the Federal DOJ case.
Konstantin will be continuing his cooperation against OneCoin and against OneCoin key personnel also now in the Class Action Case.
Kamran might be a moron. I admit it, he’s thick as mince. He’s a dangerous moron though.
It wouldn’t be the 1st time he confused the civil and criminal things. He’s dangerous because he actually believes what he is saying.
The facebook groups are already filling with bad-English reports that Konstantin is “free from prison for 90 years”.
Amazingly the posts often link to a cointelegraph report which says the exact opposite of what the sheeple are claiming.
@Stevie, actually Cointelegraph made a bad mistake in reporting. The article says:
Of course the settlement was in the Civil Class Action (financial compensation) case, nothing to do with his Federal case in which he faces prison time..
This is EXACTLY what I was talking about few message up, what Kamran Hye or some other idiot would do.. But Cointelegraph making such mistake in reporting.. jeez.
Take anything you read on a crypto blog with a grain of salt.
They’re more interested in promoting crypto then accurate reporting.
Cointelegraph at least fixed the article content now although the URL is still misleading.
A second amended class-action complaint was filed on September 25th.
Existing motions to dismiss were denied as moot on September 28th. A new defendant response deadline has been set for October 26th.
One must wonder if they would have let Konstantin settle out of the class action had they know he is a liar. Being sarcastic.
He continued to spread untruths to save his neck. Just as I’m the criminal Scott trial. Coming back to haunt him now.