It is noted that the agency received the commentary on Saturday night, after media reported that Chaus was allegedly released.
Fugitive judge is under house arrest at a rented apartment and refuses to cooperate with the investigation, according to the message.
Court dismissed the prosecutors’ appeal for Chaus’ detention for extradition purposes, NABU press service informed the agency.
NABU promised to provide actual information regarding the judge today, April 23.
As it is known, NABU officers in cooperation with agents from the Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAP) discovered that 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.
Judge became famous for his decisions against Euromaidan participants as well as criminal case against Hennadiy Korban, head of Ukrop political party.