In the Ukrainian Black sea attacked the supporter of the “Maidan”, one of the five acquitted persons before the defendants in the case about the riots on may 2, 2014 in the Greek area in Odessa, and beat him severely, breaking his ribs and inflicting a head injury, announced on Tuesday, September 19 the adviser to the head of the Main Department of Ukraine in Odessa region Ruslan Forostyak on his page in Facebook.
The incident occurred at a filling station on the outskirts of the city, about the attack in the police said the lawyer of the victim.
The Internet-the edition “Duma” with reference to police data reported that we are talking about Eugene Gisuke who was attacked at a gas station of the city Ovidiopol in the Odessa region. The lawyer of the victim considers that it was made by nationalists, who previously staged a riot in the court.
Forostyak has denied the information that the man “broke the skull”, adding that he had a closed craniocerebral injury, brain concussion and fractured ribs.
On the fact of attack initiated criminal proceedings under article 125 (“Deliberate slight injury”) of the Criminal code of Ukraine. Expected results of the examination for the final qualification of the attack.
On the facts of clashes near the court, justified “antimaydanovtsev”, proceedings of group hooliganism
September 18 Illichivsk city of Chernomorsk court acquitted all five defendants in the case of events on may 2, 2014 in the Greek area of Odessa. They were charged with part 2 of article 294 of the Criminal code of Ukraine – riots.
The judge stated that “the investigation was biased” and said the lack of any evidence supporting the position of the prosecution.
The sentence was not liked by the activists of Pro-Ukrainian organizations which tried not to give out of the building of acquitted defendants. Police eventually managed to evacuate them and their families and lawyers, but as a result of collisions suffered 20 officers, said Ruslan Forostyak in Facebook.
In fact the incident a criminal case under part 4 of article 296 of the criminal code (“Group hooliganism committed with application of fire or cold weapon or other subject, specially adapted or in advance prepared for infliction of bodily injury”).
May 2, 2014 in Odessa, violent clashes between Pro-Russian protesters and supporters of a unified Ukraine. In the clashes of the weapons used in the streets of the city killed several people. After that, a Molotov cocktail was set on fire the House of trade unions where took refuge the Pro-Russian activists. According to official data, 48 people died and over 200 were injured. The most common cause of death was poisoning by unidentified gas.
Law enforcement agencies of Ukraine started about a dozen of criminal proceedings concerning different facts. The case of the events in the Greek area, where the first clashes occurred between Pro-Russian and Pro-Ukrainian activists, was one of the most resonant.