Special anti-corruption Prosecutor’s office commented on the notice of suspicion the first Deputy head of the SBU Paul Demchyn. This is the official page of the office Facebook.
“Today, on the official website of the NAB allegedly forced to disclose information which constitutes the secrecy of pre-trial investigation in criminal proceedings on the fact of possible illegal enrichment and other crimes, first Deputy head of SBU. As indicated, by a strange coincidence, almost immediately after sending for approval to the SAP project, the notice of suspicion the first Deputy head of the SBU, it became known to the defendant in the case”, – stated in the message.
In addition, SAP said that I do not consider it a coincidence and, given the attempt by the NAB to draw Parallels between this case and the case of the Minister of infrastructure regards it as a backstage struggle of the leaders of NABOO.
“We strongly reject any accusations of disclosure of the investigation materials of his helper and demand from NABOO, first, actual evidence of the allegations, and secondly, to explain why the notice was composed “suddenly”, without any coordination with prosecutors without full implementation scheduled in the case of a complex investigation (investigation) and legal proceedings”, – noted in the pad.
At the same time, SAP has condemned the manipulation of NABOO in “identity” cases Omelyana and Demchina. The Agency also published the draft reports of suspicion Demchyn, which went to SAP later in the evening of Friday, September 7.
“We hope that the draft reports of suspicion were not developed and were not prepared in the dark in the village of Kozin”, – reported in SAP.
The Ministry also invited lawyers, experts and activists to evaluate the quality of the document, “according to the NAB”, was finally ready for approval.
“Last call to the leaders of NABOO. Dear colleagues! Your attempts to play a political game turned out to be as bad as yesterday’s attempt of the Russian TV to give two Grushnikov for lovers of English Gothic. Unfortunately, the reputation of the national anti-corruption infrastructure in General and the specific, once quite promising criminal proceedings in particular, have once again become victims of your infantilism” – summed up in SAP.