Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Ukraine Indicts Burisma Owner Zlochevsky Over Claims That Hunter Biden And His Partners Received $16.5 Million

Zero Hedge: Ukrainian Indictment Claims $7.4 Billion Obama-Linked Laundering, Puts Biden Group Take At $16.5 Million

An indictment drawn up by Ukraine's Office of the Prosecutor General against Burisma owner Nikolai Zlochevsky claims that Hunter Biden and his partners received $16.5 million for their 'services' - according to Ukrainian MP Alexander Dubinsky of the ruling Servant of the People Party.

Dubinsky made the claim in a Wednesday press conference, citing materials from an investigation into Zlochevsky and Burisma.

"Zlochevsky was charged with this new accusation by the Office of the Prosecutor General but the press ignored it," said the MP. "It was issued on November 14."

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WNU Editor: With all the focus being on impeachment in Washington, there is some big news in Ukraine. The Russian news agency TASS was the first "English" news service to report this Ukrainian story .... Joe Biden’s son and his partners received $16.5 million from Burisma — Ukrainian MP (TASS). When I checked out the Ukraine sites, I noticed that this is a huge story being covered extensively (but still ignored by the West). The reason for these Ukraine indictments is that the Zelenskiy government wants to know where did all the money go. 40% of the Ukraine budget is now dedicated to paying off foreign debts and obligations, and no one can properly account where did all the money go. To say that Ukrainians are upset over all of this is an understatement. Fortunately, the Zelenskiy government wants answers, and I can only hope that they will find them, regardless on where it may lead, even if all roads lead to Washington.

Update: This story has now been picked up by Reuters .... Ukraine widens probe against Burisma founder to embezzlement of state funds (Reuters).


  1. During a press conference in Kyiv on Wednesday, Ryaboshapka told reporters that there are more than a dozen criminal cases in Ukraine that involve Zlochevsky or his company. They will all be reviewed in due course, he added.

    Ignoring them is not much of an option for Ukraine. “We cannot not investigate it just because it will benefit Trump or hurt Biden,” says the official, who believes, “It’s a case of corruption.” But given how radioactive the Burisma case has become in Washington, the government is not eager to pursue it in the midst of the U.S. presidential race. “We can do it after the elections,” the official tells TIME. That might be one way to thread Volker’s needle.

  2. Hunter Biden is adding to his repertoire.

    He is crackhead, crook and now a baby daddy.

    DNA Test Proves Hunter Biden is the Father of Arkansas Woman’s Baby

    Joe Biden can now relate to the hoi polloi better. He has a grandson born out of wedlock.

    Where was his grandson born?

    West Virginia?

  3. A) A used crack pipe,
    B) credit cards,
    C) a Delaware Attorney General badge,
    D) US Secret Service business cards,
    two ID’s

    belonging to Hunter Biden, son of former VP Joe Biden were found in a Hertz rental car in Arizona.

    If we had a real media, Hunter Biden’s corruption involving Burisma Holdings, his drug problem and the fact that he fathered a child with a woman while dating his dead brother’s widow would be blazing headlines everywhere.

  4. A misleading claim about the head of the Ukrainian energy company at the heart of the House impeachment inquiry went viral across conservative pockets of social media Wednesday, receiving hundreds of thousands of retweets and shares from some of the president’s most ardent online supporters.

    The incorrect story, first disseminated by the finance blog ZeroHedge, claimed that Mykola Zlochevsky, the head of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company, had been indicted over money laundering related to the Biden family. Hunter Biden, son of former Vice President Joe Biden, was previously on Burisma’s board of directors.

    In fact, there was no announcement of an indictment. Ukraine’s chief prosecutor, Ruslan Ryaboshapka, announced in October his office would conduct a wide-ranging review of all previous cases involving Burisma, and Wednesday said he was including possible embezzlement in the investigation, according to Reuters.

    ZeroHedge apparently misconstrued the original Russian article from the Interfax-Ukraine News Agency, which did not mention an indictment. The Interfax-Ukraine News Agency operates as part of Interfax, a Russian news outlet.

  5. CNN and NY Times fake? zero hedge total bullshit

  6. So Lapides was saying ,,,

    "Ukraine widens probe against Burisma founder to embezzlement of state funds]"

    Al Reuters