A former Ukrainian prosecutor general has waded into the current scandal to share his views on accusations against Hunter Biden brought to light by Donald Trump's personal attorney. Rudy Giuliani stated that he believes Hunter Biden is not guilty of foul play while in his position on the board of directors of a Ukrainian gas company.
The Washington Post interviewed Yuri Lutsenko -- his first interview since the whistle was blown on Trump for his conversation with Ukraine's recently-elected president, Volodymyr Zelensky -- who told the news outlet that "from the perspective of Ukrainian legislation, he did not violate anything." Hunter Biden has denied the allegations against him and any evidence that has come to the surface in which he was allegedly involved in illegal activity.
Giuliani accused Ukraine of laundering $3 million American dollars to Hunter Biden, as reported by The Inquisitr a few days ago. The funds were reportedly channeled through two European countries before the cash allegedly hit his bank account. Although the owner of the Ukrainian company, Burisma Holdings, was under investigation for possible abuse of power and unlawful enrichment -- which was being looked into during an investigation conducted by Lutsenko's predecessors -- Lutsenko pointed out that the criminal activity happened prior to Hunter Biden's arrival at Burisma.