posted on Nov, 30 2019 @ 11:04 AM
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: ganjoa
Who is the US attorney in the Ukraine, who represents the Ukrainian government?
Does such a person exist?
Semantics, is that what we are reduced to?
US Attorney: an attorney from the United States who represents the Ukraine government
Certainly, such persons exist, whether or not they work for the US Dept of Justice or not.
Just as we have all manner of scum sucking lawyers of varying nationalities representing the USA (governments, corporations, & other persons) in
various courts around the globe.
Most lawyers that may be considered as 'US Attorneys' don't work for DoJ. It seems like every lawyer based in the USA could be considered a 'US
Attorney' (if not "THE" US Attorney) by mere geographic affinity. Of course, if one were to consider the context of the reference in question then
"the US Attorney" could very easily be intended/inferred/implied to be the particular Attorney from the USA in question, rather than a specific
employee of the DoJ.
Besides, prosecutors don't represent clients other than their respective governmental police powers.
That would just be silly.