posted on Sep, 28 2019 @ 12:00 AM
I don't follow the logic of these alleged events. If Blue Star was hired by Bursima to protect it from successful prosecution, why would they visit
Sevruk to vigorously allege that Shokin, the fired prosecutor, is not corrupt? This runs counter to Blue Star's mission. Wouldn't Blue Star want to
INSIST that Shokin is corrupt, thereby weakening the credibility of his investigation? After all, Blue Star was hired to thwart this investigation.
They would hardly be inclined to "apologize" for alleged misinformation, i.e. Shokin's corruption, that would actually help their client. Differently
stated, it seems far-fetched that Blue Star attorneys would run to Sevruk to champion the honesty and integrity of a man (Shokin) who was prosecuting
I wouldn't be surprised if the memo partly reproduced above is a forgery or at least concocted by Sevruk (or someone) to give the false appearance
that people (Blue Start Strategies) close to the case have vouched for Shokin. The problem is that these people had no reasonable motive for doing
this. Or I can't see any.