Old Bush’s son spent $300,000 on a meeting attended by OneCoin’s “Encryption Queen”

According to recent media reports, Neil Bush, the son of George WW Bush, the 41st president of the United States, spent $300,000 on a meeting attended by the first scam of the encryption scam OneCoin, the "Encryption Queen" Ruja Ignatova.
Former Locke Lord lawyer Mark Scott is currently being tried for participating in the OneCoin cryptocurrency scam. He claimed in court that he did not know that OneCoin was involved in any form of illegal trade and that he did not know about the project without a blockchain. Law360 quoted the case as saying that Scott and his lawyer argued to US District Judge Edgardo Ramos that Neil Bush, an investor, had spent $300,000 on a meeting attended by Ignatova, which made Scott feel that OneCoin was legal.