In the second part of extended interview for Volodymyr Aryev released on Wednesday, former Kyiv judge Mykola Chaus revealed new grim details about his kidnapping and two traumatic months spent in a locked-up basement.
Fugitive Kyiv judge who was kidnapped by Ukraine’s intelligence from Moldova said he faced threats and made to give evidence and smear on former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko.
National Anti-Corruption Bureau said they finalized charges against notorious fugitive judge Mykola Chaus who was kidnapped in Moldova and taken back to Ukraine earlier this year.
Prosecutors found the local accomplice in crime was recruited to gather information on Mykola Chaus and rented cars later used for kidnapping.
Serious concerns over Mykola Chaus ‘health problems’ after kidnapping and illegal confinment, says his lawyer.
The Supreme Anti-Corruption Court has passed a verdict of round-the-clock house arrest for ex-judge Mykola Chaus.