The prosecutor's office at land court of the city of Frankfurt am Main refused carrying out preliminary investigation concerning Yury Lutsenko as didn't find the sufficient bases and proofs for this purpose.
It follows from the letter of the lawyer Lutsenko in Germany Gennady Levinsky whom "The Ukrainian truth" has.
The lawyer refers to article 170 Criminally - the procedural code of Germany on the basis of what the prosecutor's office refused carrying out preliminary investigation concerning Lutsenko.
Under this article the prosecutor's office stops/stops proceeding if as a result of investigation it wasn't found the sufficient bases for charge presentation.
For example, it is a question of cases when concerning the suspect it is impossible to investigate incident or not enough proofs to pronounce a sentence.
"Termination" isn't final. Investigation can be renewed if, for example, there are new proofs.
On Criminally - to the procedural code of Germany, the prosecutor's office makes the indictment and sends it to court which makes the decision on production opening. In a case with Lutsenko before didn't reach.
Translation of the letter
To Yury Lutsenko
Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine
Lawyer Gennady Levinsky
the registered translator of Russian and Ukrainian
Incident at the airport Frankfurt Am Main, 4.05.2009
Dear sir Lutsenko!
Concerning the occasion stated above I tell you that prosecutor's office at land court of the city of Frankfurt am Main after studying of substantial and legal questions according to paragraph 2 § 152, § 170 Criminally - the procedural code of Germany the decision of May 14, 2009 I refused carrying out preliminary investigation concerning you.
The relevant decision signed by the prosecutor Klaude, is provided to me. About it it will be reported to consulate general of Ukraine in Frankfurt am Main.
Concerning your son Alexander the prosecutor's office of the city of Frankfurt am Main stopped on May 14 carrying out preliminary investigation. It was confirmed in telephone conversation by the prosecutor Klaude.
I am ready to answer your questions in the specified occasion.