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 Some 'diamond prosecutors' case investigators might be announced suspicion of crime, - journalist

Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine is aiming to discredit investigators and prosecutors who used to enter the case of the 'diamond prosecutors' Shapakin and Korniiets and now have been dismissed from the authority.

This was stated by Censor.NET Chief Editor Yurii Butusov in his article.

"According to some sources in the PGO, there is an intention regarding several prosecutors, dismissed from investigation and procedural control over 'diamond prosecutors' case, to file data to the Unified Register regarding conduction of professional misconduct by them; covert surveillance is being conducted, and there is an attempt to hand suspicion notes to them," Butusov wrote.

He voiced his certainty that such activities might be aimed at discrediting of the said employees and demonstration to others what happens with those who oppose the system.

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In addition, Butusov also stressed that there were clear attempts to clean up reputation of prosecutors Korniiets and Shapakin, who are suspected of corruption.

"A number of statements appeared in mass media of no evidence available against Korniiets, Shapakin, Hibalenko. Some commentators forecast that the case will fall apart, those convicted acquitted, and, and thus a public opinion that the convictions are baseless is created," the journalist noted.

At the same time Butusov writes in his article that all statements of no evidence and possible mistakes by investigators and prosecutors who were dealing with the case are false.

 
 
 
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