It appears that former documents produced by Lev Parnas, domestic investigators who were consumers, associate lawyer Trump Rudy Giuliani, former top prosecutor of Ukraine, Yuri Lutsenko, who offers harmful information to Giuliani about Joe and Hunter Biden in exchange for a shot then – US ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.
Lutsenko was critical of Yovanovitch because of the support she gave to an anti-corruption institution in Ukraine, and because the ambassador was critical to Lutsenko and his office.
“If you are not making a decision about Madam – you are asking all my assurances. Including under B, "Lutsenko wrote to Parnas in Russian in a Whatsapp message from March 22. It is likely that" Madam "refers to Yovanovitch, although it is unclear whether the" B "Biden or Burisma, the Ukrainian company named his board Hunter Biden sat from 2014 in early 2019.
Lutsenko, who was in the middle of an investigation into Burisma, updated Parnas four days later, writing that he received evidence of money transfers relating to “B.”
“And here you can't get one fool: (” Lutsenko told Parnas by text message).
“She's not a simple fool, I trust,” wrote Parnas back. “But she's not getting out.”
The documents also show that Parnas associate, Connecticut businessman and conference candidate Robert Hyde, was in contact with an unknown person who was watching Yovanovitch.
During his testimony before Congress last year, Yovanovitch speculated that Giuliani and his associates were working to fired his view in order to install an ambassador that would be easier for their corrupt business dealings in Ukraine.
The documents are likely to bring new life into the Democratic-led clearing process against President Trump, just as the House intends to vote to transfer the duty goods to the Seanad for trial.
The contours of the test are not yet clear. Republicans in the Senate and Trump administration are separated between calls to allow witnesses to give evidence at the trial and eager to dismiss charges without summoning witnesses at all.