Ukraine MH17 head prosecutor does not arrest persons in one of the largest corruption cases in the country’s history

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Ukraine’s PrivatBank, formerly owned by oligarchs Ihor Kolomoisky and Gennadiy Bogolyubov, did a  $5.5 billion fraud as was discovered by Kroll forensic audit.

However, the Ukraine General Prosecutor’s Office has yet to make a single arrest in one of the largest corruption cases in the country’s history, which has cost the nation’s taxpayers $5.4 billion in recapitalization funds to date.

Kiev post reports at January 16, 2017:

General Prosecutor Yuriy Lutsenko has defended his office, saying “up until today, neither PrivatBank, nor the National Bank, nor the prosecution has established where these funds are located due to long procedures of international legal assistance requests. Kroll and other foreign partners did this much faster.”

Lutsenko and Kolomoisky meet in Amsterdam. Lutsenko stated the meeting was a coincidence but witness reports tell something else.

At December 11, 2017 Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko met his Dutch counterpart  on the  MH17 criminal investigation Fred Westerbeke and the head of Dutch police national investigation division Wilbert Paulissen in Kiev. I reported about this meeting here.

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