Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Completed investigation will be completed....soon?

In mid-January this year Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka officially declared  that prosecutors had completed their investigation into the murder of Deputy Yevgen Sherban, who was shot dead nearly 17 years ago.

Yulia Tymoshenko was officially named as a suspect in the crime. Preliminary trial proceedings soon followed, and are still proceeding.

Today Pshonka's deputy, the odious Renat Kuzmin confirmed that investigation on the case had stopped on April 26...but would again be resumed after today.

The case against Tymoshenko is being investigated, and will be completed, said Kuzmin.

The prosecution service are running around like headless chickens.

What is going on? In a nutshell, after his killing the late Yevhen Shcherban's assets were immediately 'divvied up' amongst his so-called business associates, who now figure amongst the richest in the country. Shcheban's position in Ukrainian politics was rapidly taken over by Yanukovych. These people have instructed prosecutors to pin the blame onto the one they consider to be their greatest enemy - Yulia Tymoshenko. Problem is, there is no case....there is nothing to investigate...

Prosecutors, under pressure from those who gained plenty from Shcherban's death, are trying to kick into life a long-dead corpse..

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