Russian prosecutor's office provided irrefutable evidence of guilt of 229 former prosecutors of Crimea, - Lutsenko. DOCUMENT (in Russian)

The prosecutor's office of the Russian Federation has announced that fugitive president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych signed a decree on withdrawal from citizenship of 590 prosecutors of Russian-occupied Crimea in 2014.

As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yurii Lutsenko on his Facebook page.

"I received an e-mail from Russian Prosecutor General's Office yesterday. They are very disturbed with our prosecution of Crimean prosecutors for high treason. They informed me that in March 2014 Yanukovych signed a decree in Rostov-on-Don about withdrawal from citizenship of 590 prosecutors of Crimea," he wrote.


"1. Thanks to this official letter of Russian Federation's Prosecutor General's Office, Ukrainian investigators received irrefutable evidence of guilt of 229 former Ukrainian prosecutors, who have been served notices of suspicion. We have more data on 291 traitors. I have thanked them for that.


"2. Two-times not convicted ex-president Yanukovych is trying to make his thief status higher.


"I should disappoint both the Prosecutor's Office of Russia and Yanukovych - a real Ukrainian presidential decree should have a state stamp on it. Luckily, Yanukovych forgot to steal it," Lutsenko added.


Источник: https://censor.net.ua/en/p408372