The Investigative Committee of Russia charged Mykola Malomen, the Ukrainian military with the involvement in the murder of Anatoly Klyan, the camera man of Channel One in summer 2014 in absentia. The press service of the committee reported this on February 27.
According to the investigation, the bus with the mothers of the involuntary soldiers and journalists, including Anatoly Klyan, the camera man of Channel One arrived to the checkpoint of the military unit A-1428 in Donetsk region on the night of August 29th to 30th. Malomen ordered twice to the subordinates to perform the sight shooting at the bus. Klyan was wounded in the result of the shelling and later he died in the ambulance car as the Investigative Committee confirmed.
Ukrainian lieutenant colonel is accused of 'the organization of the murder of the person due to the performance of the official activities by this person, committed by the group of people by the previous concert on grounds of the political hatred'.
The Investigative Committee of Russia constantly opens new criminal proceedings against the Ukrainian military for the supposed attacks on the civilians in the east of Ukraine, infrastructure objects, crimes against the Russian-speaking population.