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They include the heads of two consulting firms, Mercury Public Affairs and the Podesta Group, who worked with Mr Manafort in Ukraine.Ukraine’s Anti-Corruption Bureau, set up under Western supervision, has allegedly discovered secret accounts, the so-called “black ledger”, supposedly showing that in a period of five years, between 20, when Mr Manafort received $12.7m from Mr Yanukovych’s Party of Regions.
One of the texts sent to her sister Jessica said: “Don’t fool yourself.That money we have is blood money.” It continued “You know he has killed people in Ukraine? Do you know whose strategy that was to cause that, to send those people get them slaughtered.” In another text she said: “He is cash-poor right now.Knowingly, as a tactic to outrage the world and get focus on Ukraine. And now Ukraine is late in paying him.” No evidence has been presented that Mr Manafort was responsible for deaths and Andrea Manafort has refused to comment on the texts.The charges were, he said, politically motivated and later dropped.Depriving him of his citizenship now, he maintains, is an act of vindictiveness by President Poroshenko.Another excited email to Mr Trump’s lawyer said “Can you believe two guys from Brooklyn are going to elect a President?
” Mr Sater’s connections were enough to ensure that Ivanka Trump got to seat on Putin’s chair at the Presidential office in the Kremlin.
Remember when there were all those deaths taking place. Ms Zakrevska, however, wants Mr Manafort “to clarify the allegations contained in the text messages and to contact us with any information you may have about events that occurred in central Kiev between 18 and 20 February 2014”.
Mr Artemenko, according to a report “emerged from the opposition” organised against President Poroshenko by Mr Manafort and was instigated in putting together the “peace deal” by figures close to Vladimir Putin.
Human rights groups in Ukraine also want to question Mr Manafort about killings during the Maidan protests in Kiev in 2014.
Eugenia Zakrevska, a lawyer representing families of victims, is part of a team seeking information on who was complicit in President Yanukovych’s ordering security forces to open fire on demonstrators.
A hearing took place last week in Kiev on Andrii Artemenko’s efforts to have his citizenship restored.