Ukrainian prosecutor who has investigated the gas company associated with Hunter Biden maintains that there is NO evidence
- Yuriy Lutsenko said that Hunter Biden & # 39; did nothing wrong & # 39; while he was in Burisma
- Former public prosecutor closed investigation against gas company in 2017
- Lutsenko met Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, earlier this year to discuss it
A former Ukrainian prosecutor investigating a gas company associated with the son of Joe Biden, maintains that there is no evidence that he has done anything illegal.
Yuriy Lutsenko served as a prosecutor in Ukraine from May 2016 to last month and closed the probe at gas company Burisma in 2017.
According to the New York Times, Lutsenko reopened the investigation in March this year. His spokesperson denies this.
Yuriy Lutsenko (left), the former prosecutor of Ukraine, said that Hunter Biden (right) & # 39; did not violate anything & # 39; during his management period at gas company Burisma
Earlier this year, Lutsenko met with Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, to discuss the gas company.
The meetings with Giuliani were mentioned in a whistleblower complaint that accused Trump of putting pressure on the Ukrainian president to investigate the Bidens and interfere with the 2020 elections.
In his first interview since the complaint was unveiled on Thursday, Lutsenko told the Washington Post: & # 39; From the perspective of Ukrainian law, Hunter Biden has not violated anything. & # 39;
Giuliani claimed that Hunter Biden was involved in corruption during his term of office in Burisma, but has not provided any evidence.
Earlier this year, Lutsenko met with Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, to discuss the gas company
The former prosecutor had already told Bloomberg in May that his office had found no evidence of misconduct against the Bidens
Lutsenko added: & # 39; Hunter Biden cannot be held responsible for breaches of Burisma management that occurred two years prior to his arrival. & # 39;
The former prosecutor had already told Bloomberg in May that his office had found no evidence of misconduct against the Bidens.
Joe Biden played a role in the expulsion of Lutsenko & # 39; s predecessor, Viktor Shokin, after accusing him of not fully investigating certain allegations of corruption, including those against Burisma.
The EU and the International Monetary Fund also demanded the replacement of Shokin.
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