Prosecutor general says there were no politics in questioning Tymoshenko and Turchynov

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Dec. 10, 2010, 5:49 p.m. | Politics — by Interfax-Ukraine
Ukraine's Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka has said that there are no political reasons for the interrogations of the opposition leaders Yulia Tymoshenko and Oleksandr Turchynov. In an interview with the Segodnia newspaper, Pshonka said that the Main Control and Revision Office of Ukraine and the Accounting Chamber of Ukraine audited the results of the activity of the government, which was headed by Tymoshenko, and discovered violations.

"A court and an accounting [study] were appointed to find out what stands behind these violations. It has to discover how the budget assets were spent, was there any damage and what was its scale. These materials will be submitted to the prosecutor general's office. Should it react? It has to. That's all. But they are trying to say this is all down to politics... The former head of the State Treasury is hiding from the investigation. Why is she trying to run away? If she is not guilty, why would she hide from the investigation?" Pshonka said.

The prosecutor general also said that a criminal case against Former Interior Minister Yuriy Lutsenko "is being investigated and is coming to an end."
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Anonymous Dec. 10, 2010, 6:30 p.m.    

Analyze Pshonka's words......

...Should it react? It has to. That's all.....

Which translates/means ,,they WILL BE found guilty, and I WILL REACT!!

It has to ....means they ARE GUILTY.

(Stalin {Yanuk } law - we will fabricate facts to MAKE you guilty)

In other 'democratic' countries.......the prosecutor would say....."Until the investigation is complete, I have no comment"

Being that Ukraine tops the list, as the worlds most corrupt judiciary,,,,this Pshonka, who has already said they are guilty; is not really surprising.

Ukraine has become Putins puppet,,now China is dictating Ukraines foreign policy.!!





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Anonymous Dec. 10, 2010, 7:15 p.m.    

Croatia is going through the same thing at the moment.

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Anonymous Dec. 10, 2010, 10:45 p.m.    

Viktor &quot;I'm a member of the president's team&quot; Pshonka quickly verifies the correctness of the assessment of Ukraines judiciary system as one of the most corrupt in the world. Will there be &quot;reactions&quot; from Pshonka on misuse of state assets during current government? No. Or during Yanukovich government 2006-2007? No, of course not. Will Lytvyn or Kuchma be on trial for the Gongadze murder?

No, definitely not. What will the result be of the investigation on poisoning of Yuschenko? That he was not poisioned, it was all a &quot;provocation&quot;. With Pshonka we can be sure that politics will guide all decisions, not justice.

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