Two more arrests in Argentinian OneCoin crim case
Authorities in Argentina have made two more arrests as they pursue OneCoin promoters across the country.
Following on from the arrest of eight OneCoin scammers earlier this month, Alejandro Taylor has now been apprehended.
As reported by Lavoz, Taylor learned he was a wanted fugitive and boarded a plane from Brazil to Taravella International Airport. He was detained by immigration authorities upon arrival.
The other arrest is a new suspect, Ariel Morasut. Morasut’s residence in Cordoba was raided following more OneCoin victims coming forward to police.
The Argentinian OneCoin criminal case now has thirteen suspects, ten of which are in custody. OneCoin founder Ruja Ignatova and top promoter Jose Gordo remain at large.
Ruja Ignatova disappeared in October 2017 and has not been seen in public since.
Whether Gordo is permanently based out of Spain is unclear. His personal Facebook page is primarily managed from Spain, Mexico and Colombia.
To date Spanish authorities have failed to take any action against Gordo, or any local OneCoin scammers he worked with.
We’ll continue to provide updates as the Argentinian OneCoin criminal case plays out.
Update 9th November 2022 – Two defendants, Rodrigo Domínguez and Aldo Leguizamón, pled guilty to the charges against them.
Domínguez and Leguizamón were each handed down prison sentences earlier this week.