Allegation one of the suspects in the attack on Chornovol in 2013 transferred to the court

In Boryspil district court of Kyiv region Prosecutor’s office sent the indictment against one of the citizens, who is accused of committing the attempted premeditated murder of people’s Deputy from “popular front” Tatiana Chornovil in December 2013. About it reports a press-service GPU.

“The Department of special investigations of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine completed pre-trial investigation and sent to the Borispolsky gorrayonny court of Kiev region the indictment in relation to one of the civilians accused in December 2013 of the attempted premeditated murder of T. Chornovol selfish motives on preliminary arrangement by group of persons on the grounds of a criminal offense under part 2 of article 15, paragraph 6, 11, 12 part 2 St. 115 criminal code of Ukraine”, – stated in the message.

Concerning the arrested person have been applied measure of restraint in form of detention.

Just on this fact is reported about suspicion to the five citizens. In relation to the two suspects in the court directed the indictment to be sentenced to imprisonment, one person remains at large, another suspect dead.

Pre-trial investigation against the organizers of the assassination continues.

Recall that the attack on the journalist, and now MP, was committed on 25 December 2013 on the route Borispol – Kyiv. Her car collided with another car. Two passengers of the Porsche got out of the car and beat the journalist. After that, they fled the scene.

The Prime suspect in the beating of people’s Deputy was Alexander Zinchenko, who, according to investigators, was driving a Porshe. He managed to escape and is now in the international wanted list. According to media reports, he is now in Russia.

Last year, the court arrested the organizer of the attempt on Chornovil in 2013. He was detained in Minsk in January, and in may he was extradited to Ukraine. Earlier the organizer of the attack on Chornovol was named a criminal authority from Dneprodzerzhinsk Oleg Netrebko.