Shkiryak: the Position Martynenko at all stages of investigation to NAB more than worthy

Zorian Shkiryak: Martynenko was not wrapped in blankets, did not cry with the saliva in your mouth, not hysteria and feigned sickness

Photo: Zorian Shkiryak / Facebook

The former people’s Deputy from “popular front” Mykola Martynenko behaves with dignity at all stages of the investigation, which leads the National anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU). About said Advisor to the Minister of internal Affairs of the Zoryan Shkiriak in Facebook.

“I don’t want to be anyone’s lawyer, but in fairness I will say. Position Martynenko at all stages of the investigation of NABOO, during yesterday’s detention at this hearing, is more than worthy,” said he.

Shkiryak reminded that Martynenko quietly folded parliamentary mandate in 2015, although this could not be done.

“Not fussed, not run away, did not shy away or hiding, cooperated with the investigation and promptly went in for questioning at NABOO. Not wrapped in blankets, did not cry with the saliva in your mouth, not hysteria, not clutched at his heart and feigned illness. No matter what anyone said, but this is an example of this behaviour policy, self-righteous” – he stressed.

Моя думка як громадянина. Я не адвокат, але заради справедливості викажу власну точку зору. На мій погляд, позиція Мик…

Posted by Зорян Шкиряк on Friday, April 21, 2017

April 21 meeting to pass the Solomensky court on remand Martynenko.

Specialized anti-corruption Prosecutor’s office demands to arrest him for 60 days with an alternative of Deposit of 300 million UAH.

According to the head of the Specialized anti-corruption Prosecutor’s office of Nazar Golodnitsky, Martynenko could face up to 12 years of imprisonment.

Martynenko was detained in the evening of 20 April. He announced the suspicion of committing crimes under part 1 of Art. 255 (creating criminal organization), part 5 article 191 (assignment, waste of property or taking to them by abuse of official position) the Criminal code of Ukraine. Former MP suspected of abuse in the execution of the contract of purchase and sale of uranium concentrate to SE “VostGOK” across the Austrian intermediary company Steuermann.

Martynenko resigned in December 2015, said he intends to “focus on evidence in the legal field his innocence to any abuse.”

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