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Handziuk’s murder: Suspect did not undergo forensic psychological expertise

The data provided by Vladyslav Manger during the polygraph expertise cannot be used as investigation materials, - Prosecutor General’s Office
17:39, 24 May 2019

Vladyslav Manger
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Head of Kherson Regional Council Vladyslav Manger, the suspect in Kateryna Handziuk’s murder did not pass the forensic psychological expertise with the help of polygraph. Press Secretary of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine Andriy Lysenko reported that on Facebook.

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“According to the decree of the investigator of the Shevchenkyvskiy District Court of Kyiv from March 14, 2019, Vladyslav Manger, the suspect (...) was supposed to undergo the forensic psychological expertise with the use of the special technical means, a computer polygraph, which will be carried out by the experts of Kyiv Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine,” Lysenko wrote.

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Instead, Manger revealed media the data on passing the expertise to the All-Ukrainian Association of Polygraph Examiners.

“This investigation was conducted on his own initiative, outside the framework of criminal proceedings, and these materials cannot be taken into account by the pre-trial investigation body, as he did not fulfill the requirements of the investigator's decision and did not undergo the expertise at a special institution,” Lysenko wrote.

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