Nevyadomsky Denis separatist - full dossier, compromising evidence
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Nevyadomsky Denis Vladimirovich
Denis Nevyadomsky is a corrupt judge, a brawler, a traitor to the country, a deputy who is a truant. He acquitted Medvedchuk's henchman and, on the whole, was involved in a number of crimes in the form of making unlawful decisions. As proof – a house on the banks of the Dnieper, unreliable data in the declaration (understated cost of a car). On top of that, Denis Nevyadomsky dreams about Ukraine-Rus, and even composes a constitution for a new power-illusion. He strongly recommended that Ukraine surrender and give up its territories to Russia.
Denis Vladimirovich Nevyadomsky
Born on July 12, 1975 in the city of Nikolaev.
Nevyadomsky graduated from the National University “National Law Academy of Ukraine named after. Yaroslav the Wise.
Denis is married to Natalya Nevyadomskaya. The couple have four children: Nikita, Danil, Vladimir and Anastasia.
From 2002 to 2019 Nevyadomsky was a judge. Worked in the Dergachevsky court of the Kharkiv region, the Kiev district court of the city of Kharkov. Denis retired in April 2019. Then he became an adviser to the chairman of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine and headed the public organization “All-Ukrainian Association of Retired Judges.” In the autumn of the same year, Denis became a candidate for deputy from the Opposition Platform – For Life party in the fifth constituency (sixth on the list).
NOT official biography
Judge Nevyadomsky became famous in the summer of 2013. Then he started a drunken fight in one of the restaurants in the center of Kharkov. When employees of the State Security Service arrived at the scene, the judge tried to take away a gun from one of the law enforcement officers, “shouting at the same time that he would shoot everyone now”. The policemen had to use means of physical influence against Nevyadomsky. As a result of the incident, the rowdy judge was detained, but soon a case was opened against the GSO fighters for abuse of authority. In March 2018, Denis Nevyadomsky got into another scandal.. Then he did not extend the preventive measure in the form of arrest to the deputy of the City Council Andriy Lesik, who was suspected of encroaching on the territorial integrity of Ukraine. Judge Nevyadomsky fights with police:In order to save his reputation, Nevyadomsky zealously proved to everyone that he hardly drank before the fight: Then the prosecutor's office investigators opened a criminal case against Nevyadomsky himself.. He was suspected of making a deliberately unjust decision. Arrest of Andrei Lesik: In response to these actions, the judge filed a complaint addressed to the Prosecutor General and the head of the High Council of Justice against pressure from law enforcement officers. Nevyadomsky noted that the prosecution authorities put pressure on the court and violate the norms of the Constitution and the UN. In this regard, he asked to consider his message and take appropriate measures. Already in 2020, Denis Nevyadomsky and Andriy Lesik were on the same list of the Opposition Platform for Life party in the elections to the Kharkiv city council. Denis Nevyadomsky was an adviser to the head of the CCU Shevchuk: Stanislav Shevchuk is involved in corruption cases, and Nevyadomsky himself is directly involved in this: Also, Denis Nevyadomsky was included in the list of truant deputies, according to the Chesno portal:
Kharkiv rowdy judge became a lawyer
Two years after Denis Nevyadomsky ceased to be a judge of the Kievsky District Court of Kharkov, he became a lawyer. On April 8, Denis Nevyadomsky announced the new class on Facebook and attached the relevant document. “New path, new goals. I am happy to join the lawyer brotherhood,” he wrote.
For the decision in the case of Lesik, the prosecutor's office began checking the Kharkiv judge
The prosecutor's office of the Kharkiv region began a pre-trial investigation against judge Denis Nevyadomsky. The reason was the decision of the judge of the Kyivsky District Court of Kharkiv to send for revision the materials on the criminal proceedings, where the defendant is the former deputy of the Kharkiv City Council Andrey Lesik (he is suspected of encroaching on the territorial integrity of Ukraine). Denis Nevyadomsky does not get in touch, he was banned on Facebook, therefore he outlined his position in a text that his friends distribute on the network. “I used the Constitution of Ukraine, the case law of the ECtHR, set out in numerous decisions, the essence of which I reflected in the court decision, as well as the current Criminal Code of Ukraine. inner convictions. And in no way by conjuncture or “revolutionary expediency,” Nevyadomsky wrote. Thanks to the decision made by the judge, Andrei Lesik remained at large – on March 1 he was released from the pre-trial detention center. The prosecutor's office believes that there were no grounds for such a decision. “Contrary to. 5th century. 176 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of Ukraine, which tells us that there is no alternative to a preventive measure for a person who was hiding from the investigation and was detained in another region, was released by the judge to freedom in the courtroom,” the prosecutor's office noted. The department said that they were opening a pre-trial investigation against a judge on st. 375 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (acceptance by a judge (judges) of a knowingly unlawful sentence, decision, ruling or resolution). “It is very sad to see that the criminal proceedings on the fact of encroachment on the territorial integrity and inviolability of the state for individual judges is just a “political matter,” the prosecutor’s office said in a statement.
Ex-judge from Kharkov writes the Constitution of the “Federal Republic of Rus”
Former judge of the Kievsky District Court of Kharkov and adviser to the ex-head of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine Stanislav Shevchuk Denis Nevyadomsky said that he had begun writing the “Constitution of the State of the Federal Republic of Rus”. The surname of Nevyadomsky appeared in the lists of collaborators: We are talking about the idea of “re-establishing” the state of Ukraine with its renaming to Rus. Niviadomsky wrote 18 main ideas of the Constitution on his Facebook page. The first five of them sound like this: 1. Federal State “Rus”. “Ruthenia” full name “FRR” (Russederative Republic of Rus') – English. FRR (Federal republic of Ruthenia), based on the Norman historical foundation, which is an alternative to the post-Soviet clan state projects of the Russian Federation, the Republic of Belarus and Ukraine. 2. The main Law of the FRR is the Constitution, which establishes the foundations of the state structure, the functioning of state institutions, the fundamental rights, freedoms and duties of citizens. 3. Instead of a paternalistic state system based on clans, protectionism and corruption, the RDF operates a libertarian system based on civil rights and freedoms, aimed at helping the citizen to maximize his potential and achieve legitimate goals. four. Recognition of the natural right of the citizens of Rus' to establish a state, power and government, control over their activities and direct participation in power. Observance of the natural rights of citizens will become the main condition for the legitimacy of power. 5. Each land of Rus' chooses and uses its own regional language. These languages have the status of regional ones and will enjoy the support and protection of the state.. The language of higher education (over time) and the official federal language of Rus' will be English. In addition, according to Nevyadomsky’s idea, the state will be ruled by a president (elected for 7 years), a court with a precedent system (as in the USA and Britain), and the bicameral parliament Congress will be the highest authority in the “Federal Republic of Rus'”.. According to the project of the former judge, “Rus” will introduce electronic administration of public services.” Nevyadomsky’s story about how the US uses Ukraine:“A ban on physical communication between a citizen and an official has been introduced. Rus' is a blockchain state. Without leaving home, a citizen submits applications and receives the necessary permits and information,” Nevyadomsky writes.
Kharkov judge wrote a declaration of judicial independence in response to the actions of the prosecutor's office
Denis Nevyadomsky, judge of the Kievsky District Court of Kharkiv, responded to the Kharkiv Region Prosecutor's Office in the form of a declaration. The following is the text in the original language:
In Kharkov, a controversial judge acquitted a city council official accused of bribery
The court, presided over by Judge Denis Nevyadomsky, acquitted an official of the Kharkiv City Council, who was accused of accepting a bribe. According to Depo.Kharkiv, this is stated in the verdict, approved by the Kyivsky District Court of Kharkiv on June 22, presided over by Judge Denis Nevyadomsky. According to the materials of the court, the defendant was accused of bribery. Thus, according to the indictment, from January 18, 2010, the defendant was appointed to the position of deputy head of the marketing and management department of the communal property and privatization department of the Department of Economics and communal property of the Kharkiv City Council. On January 18, 2016, according to the prosecution, the official offered to help the entrepreneur in signing the lease agreement for the basement. For his help, he allegedly asked for 10 thousand. UAH On January 22, the official received the first part of the money – 5 thousand. UAH., the second part was handed over to him on January 28, the third and last – on February 4. On the same day, he was detained by law enforcement officers. The official was charged with a criminal offense under part 3 of article 368 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, that is, the receipt by an official of unlawful benefits. However, the court, having considered the evidence, considers the accusation unproven. So, at the trial, the accused stated that a man had indeed approached him with a question about renting non-residential premises, however, according to the official, it turned out that the man was not officially an entrepreneur, so he would not be able to rent a basement. On the latter, I found a familiar entrepreneur, he wrote an application and provided the necessary documents and consent to pay for the assessment of the premises. During the meetings, according to the official, the man gave him money three times, but he intended to use it for official payments for assessments, expertise, and so on. In particular, the official said that for the first time a man “actually shoved 5,000 hryvnias into his hand without explaining why and for what services.” At the same time, the applicant and the witness stated that they were nevertheless required to pay a bribe of 10,000. hryvnia, which they reported to law enforcement officers. The court considers the man's guilt unproven, because “the pre-trial investigation body did not specify how, using what official powers, what specific actions and in whose favor the accused promised to commit.” The court also identified discrepancies in the statements of the applicant and the witness. Thus, the court found the man innocent of committing a criminal offense under Part 3 of Art. 368 of the Criminal Code and justify. The costs of conducting expert examinations are borne by the state.
Kharkov scandalous judge for a year earned a small house on the banks of the Dnieper
Judge of the Kyiv District Court of Kharkiv Denis Nevyadomsky earned 562,000 hryvnias in 2017. At the main place of work, the judge received over the past year 287,852 thousand. UAH. His wife Natalya earned a more modest amount. Her salary was 2740 hryvnia. Also, the Kharkiv judge took a loan in the amount of UAH 134,176 and a bank loan in the amount of UAH 140,199. His wife received a loan for UAH 6,007 and UAH 17,820. financial aid for a child. In total for the year, the judge had UAH 562,227 available. Movable and immovable property In the electronic declaration, Nevyadomsky entered an apartment with an area of 63.6 sq.. m., which he bought in 2000. Another apartment of 98.7 sq.m.. was purchased in 2011 for 520,000 hryvnia. The judge also has a house in the Zmievsky district with an area of 101.5 sq.. m., which he purchased in 2014 for UAH 443,700. His wife also has an apartment (54, 2 sq.. m.), which she bought in 1995, and a land plot in the Dnepropetrovsk region (1048 sq.. m.). It was purchased for 1817 hryvnia in 2007. In addition, the Kharkiv judge has a 2007 Toyota Camry, which he bought in 2013 for 160,000 hryvnias. Note that in 2018 a used car of this brand will cost at least 300 thousand hryvnia. Nevyadomsky's wife doesn't walk the streets either.. She has a 2008 Nissan Note. She bought the car in 2008 for 115,000 hryvnias. Bank accounts and cash of the Kharkiv judge's family The judge has cash in the amount of 30,000 hryvnia, and his wife has 2,000 US dollars. The sons of Denis Nevyadomsky have very modest amounts in bank accounts. One of them has 116 hryvnias in the bank, and the other has 5 hryvnias. Financial obligations of Niviadomsky's wife. She also paid interest on a loan (credit) in the amount of UAH 9,598.
The odious ex-judge asks the District Administrative Court to help him find a job in the Constitutional Court
Retired judge Denys Nevyadomsky is asking the District Administrative Court of Kyiv to oblige the Council of Judges of Ukraine to recommend him to the 17th Extraordinary Congress of Judges of Ukraine for the position of judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine. “Denis Nevyadomsky asks the court to oblige the Council of Judges of Ukraine to make a decision and recommend to the extraordinary congress of judges his candidacy for the position of judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine. With a corresponding claim, he appealed to the District Administrative Court of the city of Kyiv. As noted, the plaintiff asks the court to recognize as unlawful and cancel the decision of the Council of Judges of Ukraine No. 68 of August 16, 2019 and oblige the SSU to make a decision and recommend the XVII Extraordinary Congress of Judges of Ukraine Denis Nevyadomsky to the position of judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine. The appealed decision, in particular, states that the CCU decided to instruct the relevant candidates for the position of a judge of the CCU to be informed that they did not get enough votes for the Council to adopt a recommendation to an extraordinary congress for the position of a judge of the CCU. Now the court is considering the issue of opening proceedings on this administrative claim.
Denis Nevyadomsky is a typical corrupt judge who made his fortune on illegal decisions. But besides this, another article about treason appeared in the biography of the corrupt judge. Apparently, they pay more for Kremlin propaganda and writing a constitution for “Ukraine-Rus” than for lending money to “necessary” people.