The former head of the security Service of Ukraine in Kiev and Kiev region Alexander Shchegolev, first arrested on suspicion of belonging to the deprivation of life of active participants of " euromayday ", was accused by the General Prosecutor's office of Ukraine on four counts, including premeditated murder, reports the press service of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine on Wednesday.
in the last month of summer the Pechersky district court of Kiev arrested Shchegoleva on suspicion of belonging to the deprivation of life of active participants of " euromayday ".
in the message it is reported that the Main Prosecutor's office of Ukraine completed pre-trial proceedings and gave protection to review the materials of criminal proceedings on the article " illegal interference with the organization or holding of assemblies, rallies, marches and demonstrations ", " exceeding power or office powers employee of law enforcement body ", "deliberate heavy injury" and " intentional murder.
The Prosecutor General's office of Ukraine has established that regions that are "executed the criminal order" on the dispersal of the Maidan, which led to serious consequences " in the form of death people, causing citizens with bodily injuries of different severity, damage to property legal and physical persons ".
The position of the head of the SBU in the period from 9 January 2013 to 22 February 2014 taken by Alexander Yakimenko. Capital management of SBU Shchegolev headed since April 2013. As reported before, the Ukrainian media, the Main Prosecutor's office of Ukraine has notified Yakimenko, former Deputy Volodymyr Totsky, and Shchegoleva about what they suspected in the illegal announcement of anti-terrorist operation on 18 February 2014 during the protests supporters of European integration.
in March the Pechersky Shchegolev court chose a measure of restraint in the form of hour house arrest. Not so long ago the Prosecutor's office said about the fact that he's a suspect in equally of belonging to the deprivation of life of active participants of " euromayday ". Thursday, August 20, Shchegolev was captured.
General the Kiev square - Maidan Nezalezhnosti was occupied by supporters of European integration November 21, 2013, immediately After the statement of the government Mykola Azarov about temporary suspension of the signing of the Treaty on the Union with the EU. Later Maidan became the epicenter of confrontation between security forces and radicals. The clashes, during which the opposing political force many times had used firearms and " Molotov cocktails ", were dozens of casualties.
After a violent seizure of power in Ukraine on February 22, 2014 the law enforcement leaders of Ukraine, appointed new Kyiv authorities, published interim results of the investigation of the " sniper case ". Responsible for the death of over 100 people, the Military put on his political opponent - former President Viktor Yanukovych.