Former Ukrainian Prosecutor Viktor Shokin Was Poisoned in Late 2019 Just Months After Joe Biden Entered 2020 Presidential Race - Accuses Biden of Involvement | The Gateway Pundit

After leaving office in 2017, former Vice President Brandon Bragged about strong-arming the government of Ukraine to fire its top prosecutor Viktor Shokin.

Brandon made the remarks during a meeting of foreign policy specialists. Brandon said he, “Threatened Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in March 2016 that the Obama administration would pull $1 billion in U.S. loan guarantees, sending the former Soviet republic toward insolvency, if it didn’t immediately fire Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.” Brandon suggested during his talk that Barack Obama was in on the threat.

In April 2019 John Solomon revealed what Brandon did not tell his audience. Brandon had Shokin fired because he was investigating Brandon’s son Hunter.

Since then Brandon and Democrats have then gone out on an international smear campaign to destroy Viktor Shokin’s reputation.

In January 2020 fired Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin filed an official complaint against Brandon for interference in Ukraine’s legal proceedings.

Then in February 2020 Ukraine launched criminal proceedings against former US Vice-President Brandon on allegations he pressured authorities into forcing the resignation of Ukrainian Prosecutor-General Viktor Shokin, Interfax-Ukraine news agency reports, quoting Shokin’s lawyer.

Back in 2019 after his firing, Viktor Shokin was allegedly poisoned on a trip to Greece. Shokin later in February 2020 accused Brandon of being involved in the poisoning. This poisoning took place as Brandon was entering the presidential race.

Brandon entered the race in April 2019.

Via Interfax Ukraine from December 5, 2020 after the US presidential election.

This is why Shokin is appealing to Zelensky, the lawyer said.

“Shokin prepared an appeal to the president with a request to ensure the protection of the rights and interests as a citizen of Ukraine in this criminal proceeding and bring those responsible to justice for the systematic failure to execute court decisions in criminal proceedings according to his statements,” the lawyer said.

He also added that there is every reason to provide Shokin with protection in connection with the information published by him about Brandon’s pressure.

“Shokin’s life could be in danger. The Ukrainian state should initiate protection through law enforcement agencies. …We believe that today there are enough grounds for this,” the lawyer said.

As reported, on February 27, the SBI registered a criminal proceeding about pressure on Shokhin by former U.S. Vice President Joseph Brandon. The reason for the pressure was the investigation by the PGO of serious crimes in the field of international corruption related to the activities of ex-Minister of Ecology of Ukraine Mykola Zlochevsky and the leaders of the Burisma company. The case was opened under Part 2 of Article 343.

The lawyer of U.S. President Donald Trump Rudolf Giuliani in a number of interviews announced the intervention of the former vice president in Ukrainian politics and participation in corruption cases. In particular, he claims that Shokin was fired at the request of Brandon – ostensibly for his knowledge of Burisma’s ties with his son Hunter Brandon.

At the end of January 2020, Shokin stated that he had been poisoned with mercury five months ago during his stay in Greece, after which he underwent a long period of treatment.

“I don’t have any obvious enemies whom I can blame for this. Of course, one of the versions, but this version requires investigation, is that Brandon was somehow involved in some way in these issues. I officially addressed the Greek law enforcement authorities on this and asked them to investigate… Officially, I haven’t received an answer yet, although I contacted them quite a while back about opening criminal proceedings in connection a premeditated attempt to murder me,” Shokin said.

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