Amnesty International urged authorities to find the killers of Grabovsky
"Ukrainian authorities should immediately take necessary steps to remedy this blatant violation of human rights"
The murder of lawyer Yuriy Grabovsky, whose body was found with signs of bullet wound, is a reminder of the dangers faced by the lawyers and activists who challenge the authorities. This is stated in the human rights organization Amnesty International statement.
"The murder of a lawyer - is a heinous crime and Ukrainian authorities should immediately take the necessary steps to remedy this blatant violation of human rights and the rule of law" - reported words of the message of Amnesty International Director of Research Anna Neistat.
The report notes, "Grabovsky complained that the authorities harrased him in connection with his role as defender of Russian citizen Alexander Alexandrov."
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