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Judge detained for $22 thousand bribe in Kyiv
20:11, 26 January 2017
Judge detained for $22 thousand bribe in Kyiv

The judge of Solomensky Court of Kyiv and his mediator, the director of a law firm, are detained

20:11, 26 January 2017

Facebook Arsen Avakov

The judge of Solomensky Court of Kyiv was detained at the moment of a 22 thousand dollar bribe for releasing the pledged assets from attachment for 22 thousand dollars. Arsen Avakov announced that on his Facebook page.

"National Police Department of Economic Security officers together with National Anti-Corruption Bureau employers have just detainned a judge of solomensky Court of Kyiv and the director of a law firm (mediator) while taking a bribe for 22 thousand dollars for assisting in releasing the pledged assets from attachment," wrote Avakov.

Related: Onyshchenko became MP due to $6 million bribe

As reported earlier, agents from NABU in cooperation with agents from the Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAP) discovered another Kyiv judge Mykola Chaus had received a bribe of $150 thousand. The money was found in glass jars, which Chaus dug in the yard of his residence.

As it was planned earlier, Chaus investigation by Interpol would start after removal of judicial immunity on September 30. Judge became famous for his decisions against Euromaidan participants as well as criminal case against Hennadiy Korban, head of Ukrop political party.

Related: Trial on Yanukovych case came to an end, defense asked for judge recusal

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