British and Ukrainian investigations into natural gas giant Burisma’s majority shareholder, Mykola Zlochevsky, extend back to early April 2014, when British authorities seized $23.5 million allegedly belonging to Zlochevsky. Notably, Hunter Biden reportedly joined Burisma’s board in 2014. Ukraine did not cooperate or provide documents to the British, and in January 2015, the British court released the $23.5 million, which was then transferred to Cyprus.
Subsequently, on February 10, 2015, Viktor Shokin took office as Ukraine’s prosecutor general and has sworn that he was investigating Burisma when Joe Biden forced his removal in February 2016, although the Ukrainian parliament did not vote to approve his resignation until March 29, 2016. As a result of Biden’s intervention, a new prosecutor general assumed office on May 12, 2016, an appointment reportedly commended by then–vice president Biden. By the following September, less than five months later, the Kiev district court ordered Zlochevsky removed from the prosecutor general’s “wanted list” for lack of evidence, and in 2017, Burisma announced the closure of all investigations against Burisma and Zlochevsky after the payment of additional taxes.
Robert Mueller had two years and $32 million to find that President Trump was not involved in collusion, but Joe Biden acted to displace Shokin, […]
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