Shevchenkivsky district court in Kyiv has selected the measure of restriction the case of Ukraine’s Colonel Ivan Bezyazykov - the detention in custody until February, reported by the 112 Ukraine TV channel reporter.
The judges spent 4.5 hours in the jury room. And then announced the ruling. The judge ruled to satisfy a motion of the prosecutor’s office and to detain the defendant in custody until February 8 of 2017. The attorneys have intention to file a complaint in the Court of Appeal.
As 112.International reported, the Ukrainian officer was released from captivity of pro-Kremlin rebels in July this year. Earlier this month, Bezyazykov was detained by the SBU, Ukraine’s Security Service, and brought to trial under charges with collaboration with the militants. Yesterday, December 13, his lawyer reported the officer had health issues, asking for surgical treatment; however, medical examination proved there was nothing demanding surgical procedure.