18:43 Jul. 4, 2016
Anti-corruption bureau accuses Kostyantyn Kulyk of unjust enrichment
Ukraine's military prosecutor Kostyantyn Kulyk has been discharged from office after the country's anti-corruption bureau had accused him of unjust enrichment. The agency claims during five years in office Kulyk has bought over two hundred thousand dollars worth of cars and flats, with the overall earnings of only sixty five thousand. The investigators also say he was seen driving an off-roader belonging to the father of a Kharkiv terrorist group leader.
A court hearing about Kulyk's case is on-going. The prosecution asks for home arrest, and electronic bracelet.