U.S. government rejects appeal appeal filed by OneCoin money launderers

The U.S. government has insisted on the evidence it provided against OneCoin money launderer and former lawyer Mark Scott. In a memorandum filed on March 24, the U.S. government responded to Scott's appeal. Scott appealed that the prosecution did not provide sufficient evidence that the funds he had dealt with came from illegal activities during a court hearing last November, when a jury convicted him. It is reported that Scott was found laundering $ 400 million in OneCoin and making a profit of $ 50 million. Scott filed a motion to dismiss the verdict in the case last month.