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Documents Reveal More Details Regarding Biden And Poroshenko’s Adventures In Ukraine

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Documents Reveal More Details Regarding Biden And Poroshenko's Adventures In Ukraine

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On September 16th, Ukrainian member of parliament Andriy Derkach and former prosecutor Konstantin Kulik continued releasing evidence on the US Democratic party, primarily Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden and their partners in Ukraine.

This time there were fewer “Poroshenko-Biden tapes” and more investigations into how money was stolen.

The main facts that Derkach revealed circulate around how Joe Biden’s son – Hunter Biden managed to acquire $3.5 million.

Derkach and Kulik showed the scheme according to which the gas company Burisma, where the son of the US Vice President Hunter Biden worked, was laundering money.

The money that was in cash in Ukraine was withdrawn to the West under fake contracts and there deposited on the accounts of Burizma in the Latvian subsidiary of Privatbank.

The total amount is approximately $10 million each month in total.

Payments were made from Latvia to Western lobbyists of the owner of Burizma, ex-Minister of Ecology Nikolai Zlochevsky.

In particular, Derkach and Kulik believe, Rosemont Seneca, a company controlled by Hunter Biden, received $3.5 million. Another million euros “fell” to ex-President of Poland Alexander Kwasniewski.

Derkach published the testimonies of a former SBU (Security Service of Ukraine) officer Vitaly Mikhailyuk. He was recommended as a person who worked for the Technova company, which rented a number of thermal power plants in Ukraine.

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According to Derkach, its leadership – businessman Anatoly Shkriblyak – agreed on the appointment of “overseers” from former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko’s ally Igor Kononenko. After introducing schemes like Rotterdam +, the group began to make massive profit.

Expensive coal was purchased from South Africa or Pennsylvania, which doubled utility tariffs on paper. In reality, the fuel was purchased from the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics (DPR/LPR) or through Russian firms.

Derkach named Elena Mazurova as one of the managers of this scheme from the people of Kononenko, whom NABU now suspects of giving a bribe for closing a criminal case against the owner of Burizma Zlochevsky.

The bribe itself was in the amount of approximately $6 million, while the total sums are upwards of $50 million.

Separately, Derkach spoke of how American “investment” was provided to re-certify rosecutors under Ruslan Ryaboshapka. The United States allocated $7 million to this end.

Part of the funds – $744,000 – went “to hotels and buffets”. Another part – to the unknown LLC “Symetriks-Ukraine”, which conducted anonymous testing of prosecutors. Students have been hired for the company over the last 20 years.

It is interesting that the official activity of this company is retail trade.

“They sell bananas on the market in the Kiev region,” said ex-prosecutor Kulik.

Also, according to investigators, the firm itself did not own the testing technology, but bought it from another company.

The testing was obviously a dud, it never happened. Essentially, the money from the US was being appropriated, and as such stolen, and the personnel requested by the US Embassy was simply accepted and pushed forward.

Furthermore, this kind of US influence on the selection of prosecutors is taking place through one Irina Venediktova.

Derkach published a letter from the director of the US Embassy’s Department of Law Enforcement, Stephanie Holmes, to Venediktova. It contains a list of “independent experts” who will be included in the personnel commissions for the selection of Ukrainian prosecutors.

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The case on embezzlement of funds by the Symetrix shell company, opened at the request of Derkach, was closed without results. The People’s Deputy also claims that hundreds of documents about this testing were destroyed in the Office of the Prosecutor General.

Finally, Derkach told another interesting fact from the life of the embassy in connection with his conflict with the Americans.

He was denied a visa.

He believes that this was done at the request of the head of the Anti-Corruption Center Vitaly Shabunin, whom Derkach had already accused of embezzling international aid.

Derkach claimed that the 36-year-old (and married) Shabunin is in a romantic relationship with 55-year-old US attorney Christina Queen.

The previously released documents already provided a closer look at corruption schemes created by the US establishment in Ukraine and terrorist acts, which the Kiev regime was preparing on the territory of Crimea. The US leadership was well-informed about these acts of terror and were conducting active efforts to silence these facts and manipulate the international public opinion to hide them.

The same approach was employed towards the internal political terror as well as the ethnic and religious discrimination that became a permanent factor of the everyday life in Ukraine after the 2014 coup.

The discrimination of Russian-speaking population, the government campaign against the canonic Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate), the wide-scale censorship, the killings and persecutions of political opponents are being painted by mainstream media and the Washington establishment as a sign of the strengthening ‘democratic values’ in Ukraine.

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