Pereyaslav-Khmenlytsk District City Court of Kyiv region released three accused of attempt at coordinator of C14 far-right organization Serhy Mazur as region’s prosecutor’s office reported.
The prosecutor’s office reported that the court received the accusations of three people of the attempt of murder committed by a group of people with prior agreement on the request, in the way, which endangered many people and out of self-interest as well as of carrying, storage and purchase of munitions, explosives without permission provided by the law.
During the pretrial investigation, the restrictive measure was chosen for the accused in the form of the detention up to May 2, 2019.
The indictment on this case was sent to the court on April 25 by the request of the prosecutor and he asked to choose them the restrictive measure in the form of the detention.
On April 26, during the preparatory meeting (the last working day before the end of the term of the restrictive measure), the defense asked the recusal of the prosecutors but the appeal was not granted.
“Besides, the order of Pereyaslav-Khmenlytsk District City Court of Kyiv region refused the prosecutor in the granting of the appeal on the choice of the restrictive measure in the form of the detention of the accused and the measure in the form of 24/7 house arrest with the wearing of the ankle monitor for 2 months was chosen,” the prosecutor’s office reported.
As it was reported earlier, the Police arrested three people suspected of committing the attempt on the chief of the far-right organization C14 Serhiy Mazur. Later, it became known about five detainees. According to preliminary information, the motive for committing the offense is the public activity of Mazur.
On the night of October 10, 2018, Serhiy Mazur, the coordinator of C14, the far-right organization, which is included in the American terrorist base, survived an attempt on his life; a hand grenade exploded in his apartment, inflicting heavy injuries on his father. The man lost a lot of blood but survived.
Founded in 2010, C14 is named after the 14-word slogan “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White Children” of American Nazi David Lane.