Five years after the terrorist attack under Volnovaha: the Prosecutor’s office sent to court indictment against Colonel of the armed forces

Пять лет после теракта под Волновахой: Прокуратура направила в суд обвинение против полковника ВС РФ

The Ukrainian Prosecutor’s office filed the charges against the Colonel of the armed forces suspected of involvement in the terrorist attack under Volnovaha committed five years ago. About it reports a press-service of Office of public Prosecutor.

“Under the procedural guidance of the Prosecutor in the criminal proceedings sent to the court indictment against a citizen for consideration under the special procedure of judicial proceedings”, – stated in the message.

The court granted permission to detain a suspect and delivery in court for election of a measure of restraint in form of detention.

According to investigators, the terrorist act was committed by fighters of so-called “rocket division “hell’s Angels” fifth separate motorized rifle brigade of the 1st army corps of “DNR” under the leadership “of the commander-curator of the” fifth separate motorized rifle brigade 1 AK “DNR” Colonel of the armed forces of the Russian Federation.

The terrorist attack under Volnovaha was made on 13 January 2015. Then the shelling of the checkpoint of the Ukrainian Armed Forces by members of the terrorist organization “DNR” killed 12 and injured 18 civilians – passengers bus message “Zlatoustivka – Donetsk”.

SBU under the procedural guidance of prosecutors in the attorney General’s Office investigates criminal proceedings on the fact of crime under part 3 St. 27. part 3 of article 258 (terrorist act), part 3, article 258, part 1 of article 258-3 (creation of terrorist group or terrorist organization), part 2 of article 437 (planning, preparation, initiation and waging aggressive war) and part 2 of article 438 (violation of the laws or customs of war) of the criminal code of Ukraine.

Пять лет после теракта под Волновахой: Прокуратура направила в суд обвинение против полковника ВС РФ

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