The Prosecutor’s office hid received from the US Ambassador “a list of untouchables”


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The Prosecutor General’s office of Ukraine refused to show reporters a list of “untouchables”, who conveyed the Minister, US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch. About it reports the edition “Ukrainian news”.

In response to an official request States that the Supervisory authority as the authority is not managing the requested information.

Earlier “Ukrainian news” reported that Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko at the request of journalists to show the letter to an American diplomat gave them the old paper. As has established a Centre for combating corruption (CPC), the letter Lutsenko called the specified list was sent by another diplomat from the United States and dealt with trumped-up cases.

In April 2016, the Deputy head of mission at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine George Kent sent to the then Deputy Prosecutor General Yuri Stolarchuk a letter explaining the investigation of the allegedly stolen money at CTC. Investigators to conduct searches on suspicion of embezzling 4.4 million dollars, which were aimed at the reform of the Prosecutor General. The CPC said it had not received these funds, and had to confirm the American Embassy.

Lutsenko told about the list of “untouchables” from the Ambassador Yovanovitch on March 21. Then he said that “no one, including the President,” will not force him to abandon the criminal prosecution of the crimes. Names the public Prosecutor did not name. Later, the U.S. state Department called the information outright fraud.

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