The appellate court of Kiev left left under arrest is suspected in the murder of Ukrainian journalist Olesya Elder Andrew Medvedko, informs the Prosecutor's office of Kiev on the first day of the week.
"by the end of the court session, the panel of judges, supporting the position of the Moscow Prosecutor's office, refused side protection in satisfaction of the appeal on the measure of restraint to the suspect," according to the report of the Prosecutor's office following the meeting of the court on the first day of the week.
on the night of June 19, the Shevchenkovsky district court of Kiev chose Medvedko a measure of restraint in the form of detention until 14 August, the defense sought an annulment of arrest.
famous Ukrainian journalist Elder, who also wrote for the Internet representative office of RIA. RU, was killed April 16, 2015 at his home in Kiev. In two months the head of the MIA of Ukraine Arsen Avakov said about the detention of two suspects in the case - Dennis Polischuk and Andrew Medvedko. According to the Minister, during a two-month investigation were obtained direct confirmation of the captured belonging to the deprivation of life of an Elder. On the same day have any information about the arrest of a 3rd suspect, but Through the day he was released for lack of confirmation of misdeeds.
It was found that the two main suspects were involved in protests on Independence square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti), participated in the special operation of Ukrainian forces in the Donbass. For example, Medvedko served in the volunteer militia battalion " Kiev-2 ", and Polishchuk in the 54th risvegliare the Ministry of defence. Medvedko also an active member of nationalists " C14 ". Suspects deny their guilt.
Ukrainian writer, journalist Oles Buzina was born 13 July 1969 in Kiev. Worked in a different Metropolitan publications: "the Kiev sheets ", " 2000 ", " one citace ", " Leader ", " Natalie ", " Ego ", " XXL ". For a long time led a column and blog in the newspaper " Today ", and in January 2015 became the chief editor of the publication. Supported the federalization of Ukraine, its independence and bilingualism Ukrainian culture, development of Ukrainian and Russian languages.
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