BREAKING: Ukrainian Judge Ruled Joe Biden Listed in a Criminal Case
No sooner had Joe Biden become president of the United States than the past in Ukraine caught up with him. The former vice-president's pressure on the Ukrainian government in 2016 to dismiss Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin led the Ukrainian Court to list Joe Biden in a criminal case.
The ruling cannot be appealed.
UKRAINE???????? HAS NOW LISTED JOE BIDEN AS WANTED ON Class A felony charges. pic.twitter.com/Kla7sY3gXx— 101010 (@SatoshiMed) November 17, 2020
Four years ago, the Ukrainian prosecutor's office launched an active investigation against Joe Biden's son, suspecting him of corruption through Burisma Oil. Hunter Biden was supposed to be questioned, but his father came to visit the President of Ukraine at the time and ordered the investigation to be stopped.
In addition to firing Shokin, Biden offered to drop the case against Hunter in exchange for $ 1 billion. On February 16, 2016, the Prosecutor was fired, and Donald Trump has demanded a full investigation from the Ukrainian government to this day.
In early November, Shokin commented to Chas News in which he indicated that he feared Biden's revenge.
“Knowing Biden, I think he will take revenge on me. Although everything that I did in the position of the prosecutor general was fair and justified. However, I do not hide the fact that I have concerns about Biden. Suffice it to mention my poisoning in Greece. I can assume (I emphasize - only assume) that Biden may be involved in this,” Shokin said.
One of the main pieces of evidence against Joe Biden and former President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko is a telephone conversation between participants in corruption schemes. The current President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy expects to qualify this case as high treason. Biden has not yet commented on the incident.