"The hearing of the lawsuit filed against me by criminal kingpin Yurii Ivaniushchenko will be held in the Darnytskyi court at 11 a.m. today. I expect to obtain the case file as I haven't still been handed it over.
"It is necessary to figure out where the plaintiff himself actually is as I am concerned about Yenakiyevskyi's safety after the murder of criminal lord Misha Kosoi in Crimea. I suspect the lawsuit was filed as part of the campaign to drop charges against Yura Yenakiyevskiy in Ukraine and remove the attachment of his assets in Europe. I remind that according to the decision of Judge of the Dniprovskyi district court in Kyiv Mykola Chaus, Ivaniushchenko should be removed from the Interpol's wanted list, while Ukraine has no right to demand his arrest and extradition to Ukraine.
"I am going to comment on this disgraceful story in the evening as not only the Dniprovskyi district court in Kyiv but the Pechersk one has conspired to remove charges from Ivaniushchenko. Yura Yenakiyevskiy strives to obtain documents confirming that he has been cleared of charges in Ukraine at any cost as they will allow him to successfully appeal his persecution in any European court with no hassle. Chaus is MP Ihor Kononenko's puppet judge. I hope that new Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko will support the Special Investigations agency of the Prosecutor General's Office and use all his influence to ensure that the decision to remove Ivaniushchenko from the wanted list is canceled while Judge Chaus, who has been illegally holding his office for two years in violation of the Law on screening corrupt officials, will be dismissed after all," he wrote.
"I think that Yurii Lutsenko realizes as well as I do that if the current government continues backing Yanukovych's gang in criminal cases filed against it as the previous Prosecutor General has been doing, there will be no confidence in this government as well. The case against Ivaniushchenko and other members of Yanukovych's gang is a touchstone of efficiency of Ukraine's law enforcement agencies," the journalist concluded.