‘UkraineGate’ the documentary by Les-Crises.fr

UKRAINEGATE Part 1 – A Not So Solid Prosecutor

The documentary was produced by French investigative journalist Olivier Berruyer, founder of popular anti-corruption and economics blog Les Crises. Although Joe Biden very often denounces the “cancer of corruption”, this first episode shows that he has lied several times, and that his attitude remains very questionable on this subject. You will also discover three characters at the heart of UkraineGate. First, Mykola Zlochevsky, the Ukrainian oligarch through whom the scandal happened. Then, General prosecutor Viktor Shokin, whose resignation was obtained under pressure from Joe Biden, less than ten months after his appointment. And finally, the latter’s successor, Yuriy Lutsenko, whom Biden was quick to describe as a “solid man”…

Part 1: the short version (8:50)

Part 2 – Not so “dormant” investigations

This second episode focuses on the investigations of General prosecutor Shokin, described as “dormant” by the Biden clan. It demonstrates the fallacy of the narrative launched by Biden’s communication advisors. But you will also discover that Biden’s defense – widely reported by the mainstream media without any verification – has been challenged by Viktor Shokin in various interviews, of which we reveal several excerpts that have never been broadcast…

Part 2: the short version (9:58):

Parts 3 and 4 to come.


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