"Misha, I am voting for this decision as well as everyone else! You should be pleased, my friend))) The vote is about to take place... You owe us a large kickback))) I will provide support of the entire faction!" lawmaker Barna wrote.
Misha Multik send him a smiley in response.
"The decision was adopted. Congratulations," the Mykolaiv Regional Council member wrote.
"A bold move," Misha Multik wrote in response.
Fedir Barna was simultaneously chatting with Mykolaiv Regional Council Chairwoman Viktoria Moskalenko, who asked him to immediately report the vote results to Multik.
"He already knows," - Fedir Barna replied typing the next message: "Do you realize that I have crossed wires with David?"
The outlet notes that in December 2015, Acting Chief of the Main Directorate of the National Police in the Mykolaiv region Vitalii Honcharov called a man named Titov the Mykolaiv criminal kingpin, "who is also known as Multik nowadays".
In the meantime, having seen that the reporter took pictures of his chat, Fedir Barna came to him and said that it was his personal conversation thus the journalist had no right to publish it. The reporter replied that the lawmaker was at his workplace and if he did not want to do something on camera, he had got the absolute freedom not to disclose his conversations to journalists by holding them in the hallway.
After that, Barna started sending the reporter messages. The lawmaker offered him money if the journalist deleted the pictures. In his turn, the journalist started decoying him to deliver specifics. Fedir Barna proposed him money in bribe as a result. As an experiment, the reporter wrote the word "three" against proposed "one and a half", but the deputy started bargaining trying to reduce the amount.