Ex-judge previously kidnapped in Moldova eventually found in Vinnytsia region

Source : 112 Ukraine

National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine asks local police to hand him over
18:40, 30 July 2021

Mykola Chaus
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The kidnapped Ukrainian ex-judge Mykola Chaus was found wearing only underpants in the village of Mazurivka, Vinnytsa region, not far from the border with Moldova, as Strana reports.

The judge of Dniprovsky District Court of Kyiv claimed he was kidnapped by unknown.

To note, he is suspected of corruption and wanted by the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU). 

The NABU knows that Chaus was found, so it asks law enforcement officers to hand him over, as the NABU press service reported.

Related: Links between Ukrainian intelligence officers and kidnapping of judge Chaus

As it was reported earlier, in April, it became known that Chaus was kidnapped in Moldova. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Moldova, the judge was taken to Ukraine. The National Police, NABU and the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine denied their involvement in the abduction.

Earlier it was also reported that in August 2016, Chaus was caught on bribery in the amount of $150,000.

Related: Security Service considers videos of ex-judge Chaus as they can become evidential base

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