The indictment on the case of the involvement of Denys Voronenkov, the former MP of the State Duma killed in Kyiv in the hostile takeover of the building in the downtown of Moscow was passed to the Prosecutor General’s Office of Russia for the approval as Kommersant reported.
It is reported that son of the ex-MP Mykola Voronenkov and lawyer Andry Hryvtsov have familiarized will all 80 volumes of the case by which Denys Voronenkov is accused of the hostile takeover of the building in the downtown of Moscow at Mezhdunarodnaia Street. The prosecution states that Denys Voronenkov, “Toma” Director General Marina Vladimirskaia, retired Internal Security Division Colonel Viacheslav Polozkov, FSB officers Andrey Murzikov and Sergey Shyshakov, entrepreneur Vitaly Kachur and advocate Vitaly Chaban seized 1, 500 square meters of the real estate in 2011. The prosecution states that Voronenkov offered to Kachur to buy a premise estimated at $5 million for $2 million.
The testimony of the convicted participants of the case, results of the face-to-face meetings and details of the phone talks were provided as the evidence. The ex-MP is charged with “organization of the exceptionally severe fraud” and “falsification of the united state register for legal persons.”
The newspaper specified that in 2016 and 2017 the Prosecutor General’s Office appealed to the State Duma aiming to lift MP immunity from Voronenkov, however, the parliament refused to the prosecutors and in autumn 2017 Voronenkov moved to Kyiv. Later the Investigative Committee put him on the international wanted list.
Advocate Andry Hryvtsov has already sent the appeal to Prosecutor General Yury Chaika in which he stated that the provided evidence is not enough and prosecution is grounded on the repetitive testimony of people who agreed on the cooperation with the prosecution before the trial. Moreover, the advocate emphasized that the contradiction in the evidence of Voronenko and other participants of the case found in March 2016 is still not eliminated.
As it was reported earlier, Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko announced the results of the investigation of Voronenkov’s murder. According to the prosecution, Vladislav Tyurin is a crime boss with the FSB connections, who commissioned the murder as he had personal reasons: his former partner Maria Maksakova became Voronenkov’s wife.
The former MP of the Russian State Duma Denis Voronenkov was shot in the downtown of Kyiv on March 23 at the intersection of Pushkinska and Shevchenko vstreets near the hotel ‘Premier Palace’. The body guard of the former MP injured the attacker. The medical workers tried to save the life of the shooter but he died in the hospital.
The shooter is the citizen of Ukraine, born in 1988 Pavlo Parshov. He was born in Sevastopol and was enlisted by the Russian special services and had the aim to infiltrate the Armed Forces of Ukraine or National Guard.
The Holosiivo District Court of Kyiv extended the pre-trial restriction in terms of detention for 36-years old citizen of Pavlograd, Dnipropetrovsk Region Yaroslav Tarasenko on August 10. He was detained on suspicion of implication in the murder of Voronenkov. He is accused of intentional homicide committed by the previous concert, group of persons and provided by the part two, article 115 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
In March 2018, the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine appealed to Interpol with a request to put Tyrin on the wanted list, however, the Interpol has refused to do it.