Photo, video editor “Strenia” of the Igor Guzhva was detained for extortion

Guzhva denies all charges


Chief editor “Strenia” of the Igor Guzhva was detained and about at 4 am took in the Main Department of MIA of Ukraine in Kiev.

This was reported on the website edition.

“Judging by the fact that in place of a search of the Igor Guzhva suspicion is not given, it is likely that it will try to present in the walls of the cupola. The attorneys of the chief editor also went to Vladimir, 15, which is a division of the Ministry of internal Affairs”, – is spoken in the message.

Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko wrote in Facebook that Guzhva was detained on extortion charges.

“Dobralsya finally to the truth. According to the materials of the SFS and the Prosecutor’s office of Kyiv police detained Guzhva, who demanded and received $10 thousand for the deployment of incriminating materials on the current policy,” he wrote.

According to Lutsenko, investigators have video and audiocasettes.

Guzhva said that the criminal case against the publication of falsified, reports Ukrainian Pravda. According to him, this happened after critical publications about the people’s Deputy from the faction of the Radical party Dmitry Linko.

“A couple of months ago we had people from molting. Offered $20 thousand, so we made one material. We refused. Since then we’re trying to sew a criminal case,” – said the chief editor.