I am right. Do you think if you pretend otherwise you can fool yourself into thinking you are not wrong? You are like suzi, unable to see reality.
You fool nobody!
The Unian story clearly refutes Lutsenko's claim supposedly given to Solomon that Ambassador Yovanovitch gave him a "do not prosecute list":
"I took a piece of paper, put down the listed names and said: 'Give me a do not prosecute list.' She said: "No, you got me wrong.' I said: "No, I didn't get you wrong. Such lists were earlier drawn up on Bankova Street [the presidential administration's address, Lutsenko meant the Yanukovych administration], and now you give new lists on Tankova Street [the former name of Sikorsky Street, where the U.S. Embassy is located]. The meeting ended. I'm afraid the emotions were not very good," Lutsenko gave the details of his meeting with the ambassador."
So no such list was ever provided written or verbally. Beck is full of it as usual.
EDIT: And this meeting between Lutsenko and Ambassador Yovanovitch took place in January 2017 long after Shokin's firing, so I don't see how it is relevant at all. Supposedly Yovanovitch expressed concern about investigations against Ukrainian anti-corruption activists but what this has to do with any of this is puzzling in the extreme.