Burisma thought they had a deal to drop the probe “into the Burisma group of companies and involvement with Hunter Biden.” It turned out to be a sting. The infamous Ukrainian company just got busted trying to pay off the leadership of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) and special anti-corruption prosecutor (SAP) Nazar Kholodnitsky.
Hunter Biden feels the sting
The children of darkness thought they could solve one of Joe Biden’s biggest problems by throwing money at it. Then, the Hunter Biden scandal karmically came boomeranging back at them to sting them in the rear. As officially reported on NABU’s social media page, the sting operation “had been under way for 2 weeks and is still ongoing.” The photos of the cash, CDMedia writes at the time they broke the story, “are two hours old.”
Andrei Kicha, the Deputy Director for Legal Affairs of Burisma, and Nikolay Ilyashenko, first deputy head of the Kiev State tax service, were both arrested in what local press are calling “high-profile” detentions. The pair are accused of conspiring to exchange a “record” $6 million bribe. According to Obozrevatel, described as a “Ukrainian Internet publication of socio-political orientation,” the announcement was first made on Facebook, by journalist Yuri Butusov.
Burisma is the “largest Ukrainian gas producing private company. It’s owned by the man who previously served as the country’s Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources, Nikolai Zlochevsky. Closer to home, Joe Biden’s crack addicted son, Hunter Biden managed to land a high paying job, simply warming a chair at board of director’s meetings, without any kind of qualifications at all.
The Clinton campaign
Last year, Artem Sytnyk who serves as NABU’s director, “was caught bragging on tape how he had helped the Clinton campaign against Trump in 2016 by released the faked ‘black ledger’ against Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort.” Over in the Ukraine, they have been widely reporting that “the previous Poroshenko government, which was tied to the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2016, tried to give the bribe.” George Soros is leaving his fingerprints on everything these days.
Word around the campfire is that the mastermind of the scheme is none other than Nikolai Zlochevsky, the owner of Burisma. Nikolay Ilyashenko “allegedly was his right hand in the Ukrainian government – a former high-level official in the Department of Financial Services of Kyiv.” Basically Ilyashenko was a ranking member of the Ukraine version of the IRS.
Officially, the “bribe was allegedly given for making a decision to close the case against an official who had previously been suspected under part 5 of article 191, part 3 of article 209 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.” The case file “mentions a representative of Zlochevsky by the name of Kicha.” Most people think the real reason was to keep the name of Hunter Biden out of the press. It didn’t work
Caught in the trap
At 18:40 on Friday, June 12, “Nabu blocked two cars at the exit from the parking of the traffic police in Kyiv, one of the cars belongs to Nikolai Viktorovich Ilyashenko, deputy chief of the traffic police.” When they got him in cuffs, “$6 million was found in the car, which he carried to NABU for closing the criminal proceedings for the Burisma company, in which Hunter Biden worked.”
Questions still remain including whether Artyom Sytnik is the intended recipient of all the money but a government parliamentary minister officially confirmed on the telegram channel, “Zlochevsky transferred the money for closing the Burisma case.” Joe Biden has returned to hiding in his basement.