Bielefeld, Dusseldorf One Saturday in mid-February, an honorary judge at the Münster district court vented his anger. In an email to the presiding judge of the Onecoin trial, he wrote that he had requested jury duty to broaden his horizons. “If I had known what I was getting myself into, I certainly would not have made this decision.” The course of the process and its special circumstances are “extremely unsatisfactory for all parties.”
Three months later, the main trial against alleged German helpers of Onecoin fugitive inventor Ruja Ignatova has broken out, as the Münster Regional Court announced on Monday. The process is scheduled to start again in mid-August this year. “The evidence that has been taken so far must be repeated,” the court said.
Onecoin Process: Procedures not continued for health reasons
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