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 Former Deputy Prosecutor General is suspected of committing serious crimes – Shokin

Former Deputy Prosecutor General Renat Kuzmin, who has been put on the wanted list, is suspected of committing serious crimes.

Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin said in an interview to Ukrainski Novyny.

Shokin reminded that Kuzmin is on the state's wanted list.

"Interpol has refused to issue him an international arrest warrant, which is exclusively their responsibility. Criminal proceedings for serious crimes committed by him are under investigation," Prosecutor General stated.

Read also: Interior Ministry Places Kuzmin on the Wanted List: Former Deputy Prosecutor General Faces 5 to 10 Years

Former Deputy Prosecutor General and former Presidential candidate is suspected of committing an offence under Part 3, Article 371 of the Criminal Code (deliberate unlawful detention resulting in grave consequences).

"This offense is punished by a prison term of 5 to 10 years. And this is not the only crime he is suspected of," Shokin said.

 
 
 
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