If the conclusion of a narcotic state, that the aggravating circumstances for Zaitseva, and therefore, the judge will be forced to give her the maximum 10 years.
Zaitseva required to schedule an examination / photos facebook.com/tetyana.dotsyak
Medical examiner has not handed over a single document was found about opiates or examination by a psychiatrist supernumerary accident in Kharkov, Elena Zaitseva.
About this on his page in Facebook wrote journalist Tatiana DIAC.
“It means they just do not what to do they wrote about it in forensics. This means that all of this was done by investigators during the investigation. This means that the Prosecutor could not fail to see, but somehow never returned to the unfinished examination of the back. Neither during the investigation nor during court,” she said.
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According to the journalist, the Prosecutor was corrected at the last meeting and to support the petition of the lawyer of the second defendant in the accident Dronova about the new examination, which finally provide all the documents and to objectively establish whether a condition of narcotic intoxication.
“But the Prosecutor was against it. As lawyers Zaitseva. Representative of the victims Larisa Matveeva supported”, – said Dazak.
“Kiev is ready to make the examination within 10 days maximum. If the conclusion of a narcotic state, that the aggravating circumstances for Zaitseva, which means that the judge will be forced to give her the maximum 10 years”, – said the journalist.
On Tuesday, December 4, the court must decide whether to appoint an expert examination.
As reported the UNIAN, 18 October 2017 in Kharkov at the intersection of streets Sumy and lane Mechnikov clash “Lexus” 20-year-old Elena Zaitseva, who was moving at a red light and the car “Volkswagen Touareg”, driven by 49-year-old Gennady drones. After the collision, the Lexus took off on the sidewalk and knocked down 11 pedestrians. It killed five people, one more person died from injuries in hospital.
The court took custody of Dronova and Zaitseva at the time of the investigation. The first tests showed the presence in the body Zaitseva opiates. Later, the doctor-psychiatrist Elena Fedirko, who first inspected Zaitseva after the accident, disappeared.