Bank of Ireland staff changed position to provide testimony for OneCoin case

According to FinanceFeeds, on October 10, the US government submitted a letter to the court providing details of its request to provide Bank of Ireland (BOI) employee testimony on closed circuit television during Mark Scott's trial. Scott is accused of assisting and abetting the OneCoin fraud program. The US government explained in its letter that during the past week, it continued to discuss with the Bank of Ireland to ensure that witnesses voluntarily provide testimony. In the course of these discussions, it is clear that although these witnesses previously stated that they were willing to provide testimony, their testimony was not voluntary and the witness would only testify under mandatory procedures. Therefore, on October 9, the US government submitted a MLAT request to the Irish central authorities to force witnesses to provide CCTV testimony from the scene in Ireland.