Deputy Prosecutor of Transcarpathia resigned because of bribes (VIDEO)
34-year-old Deputy Prosecutor of the Transcarpathian region Vitaly Mukhin, son of the deputy of three convocations Volodymyr Mukhin resigned "for family reasons" because he had been caught on bribery. This information was revealed yesterday live on the TVi channel.
According to the former editor of the website "Criminal Ukraine" Oleg Yeltsov, " the First Deputy Prosecutor of the Transcarpathian region Mukhin was caught red-handed with a certain amount of money. But somehow it was not the grounds for criminal prosecution and detention. They gave him a piece of paper and asked to write a report. This is the biggest scandal in the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office ever." That is, Vitaly Mukhin is the highest of prosecutorial officials to ever be caught on bribes.
The detention was preceded with a "detailed, very thorough documentation", and V.Mukhin was detained red-handed.
As uzhgorod.in previously reported, Prosecutor General of Ukraine granted Vitaliy Mukhin's report for resignation from the position of the First Deputy Prosecutor of the Transcarpathian region due to family reasons.
Mukhin Vitaliy was born June 29, 1977 in the city of Kharkiv. In 1999, he graduated from the National Law Academy of Ukraine named after Yaroslav the Wise.
After working in the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine, where he specialized in the control of the Security Service, since April 2010 he worked as Deputy Prosecutor of the Transcarpathian region - Chief of supervision over the observance of laws by bodies that conduct detective and search activity, inquiry and pre-trial investigation. Scince September 6, 2012 he has served as the First Deputy Prosecutor.
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