On Tuesday, March 27, the court session on the case of road accident with participation of Dmitry rossoshansky, who was convicted in may 2017 for 7 years, extended the measure of restraint in form of detention. Reports a press about it-service of Prosecutor’s office of Kiev region.
“At the request of the Prosecutor of Kyiv region to the accused in the Commission of a criminal offense under part 2 of article 286 of the criminal code of Ukraine, D. Rossoshansky extended the measure of restraint in form of detention”, – is spoken in the message.
Thus in Department noted that “individual citizens” tried to mislead the society by spreading false information like Rossoshanskiy can be released 27 March.
“We emphasize that the Prosecutor’s office of Kiev region operates exclusively within the law and is doing everything possible to establish the objective truth in criminal proceedings”, – assured the Ministry.
Recall, December 29, disappeared lawyer Irina Noskovskaya. Two days later, on 1 January, her body was found in a pond near the S. Demidov, Vyshgorodskiy district, Kyiv region.
The media immediately reported that the crime was committed by Yuri Rossoshanskiy (father Dmitry rossoshansky – driver, who in September of 2015 hit and killed a sister Moskovskoy – Svetlana Zapadinsky). However, protection of the family Irina Mostovskoy casts doubt on the version of the investigation, as Dmitry rossoshansky could fall under the Amnesty. So go on killing for Yuri Rossoshanskiy “it would be illogical,” say the defenders.
Noskovskaya were investigating the case of her sister’s death – Svetlana Suputinsky that in S. Demidov September 30, 2015 killed the nephew of the head of Vyshgorod district court Dmitry rossoshansky.
After a fatal accident Rossoshanskiy not initially arrested and was released under house arrest. In may 2017, he was sentenced to 7 years imprisonment. His defense filed an appeal. 27 December 2017 meeting of the Appeal court of Kyiv, which refused Rossoshanskiy Amnesty and extended the measure of restraint in form of detention for 60 days.