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Threats associated with the production of NABOO.

The head of the NAB noted that the latest threat related to the proceedings against the “amber case” / photo UNIAN

Detectives of the National anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine receive threats from the head of the anti-corruption Prosecutor’s office of Nazar Golodnitsky.

Relevant memoranda receives from them the head of the NABOO Artem Sytnik, reports “New time”.

“Now, unfortunately, I get memos from the detectives that by a particular person in SAP there are constant threats against them”, – he told, answering a question about current relations with the head of SAP.

He added that the threats relate to the actions of NABOO, committed in the context of the cases which was carried out investigative actions.

“I hope the decision is appropriate and it’ll all be over at last. Because right now to me in the mail memoranda from the detectives that they are constantly under threats of revenge and a reaction on the part of the Prosecutor, the chief anti-corruption Prosecutor,” – said Sytnik.

The head of the NAB noted that the latest threat related to the proceedings against the “amber case”.

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“I do not understand what is trade and why so to stick it to the defendants in the case.. supposedly there was some falsification of evidence, and it’s weird, because the evidence before sending the petition to the Parliament about the removal of immunity were studied, all records have pereslushival as detectives and prosecutors. Now, after almost a year, recorded for a production that supposedly detective there is something faked, a Protocol entry, which were heard jointly by the Prosecutor and the detective. And this case is transferred to the SBU for investigation,” – said Sytnik.

According to him, all that “stalling for dismissal,” but there is a nuance in the law on the Prosecutor’s office, which is now considered.

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