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In OneCoin Case Konstantin Wants Longer Curfew as Inner City Press Appeal Due March

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Dec 22 -- For scam crypto currency OneCoin, Sebastian Greenwood who co-founded the company with Ruja Ignatova was sentenced to 20 years in prison by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Edgardo Ramos on September 12, 2023. Inner City Press was there and live tweeted, thread here

Now on December 22 Konstantin Ignatov's lawyer has written in to further loosen his conditions of release: "Re: USA v. Ignatov Dear Judge Ramos, The defendant in the above matter continues to participate in community service at the soup kitchen... He wants to work a shift from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. We request that Mr. Ignatov’s bail conditions be modified such that he has a curfew set at the discretion of pre-trial services. Pre-trial service does not object to this request. The government defers to pre-trial." Full letter with more details on Patreon here.

Inner City Press had sought the unsealing of Greenwood's 33 sentencing letters but with him opposing (citing a Mafia case) and the US Attorney's Office inappropriately taking no position, it was denied. Judge Ramos' order is here.

On October 10, Inner City Press filed Notice of Appeal of the sealing of all of Greenwood's letters. On December 21, represented by pro bono counsel Brian D. Ginsberg of Harris Beech, the request to extend the time to brief this important court transparency appeal was extended, by Second Circuit Judge Jose A. Cabranes, to March 18, 2024, here.

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