Yulia Kuzmenko, the children medic is now considered the actual assassin of reporter Pavlo Sheremet. This is stated in the charge papers; Kuzmenko's lawyer Vlad Dobosh posted the scanned copy of the document on Facebook.
The investigation claimed that Donbas conflict veteran and musician Andriy Antonenko allegedly recruited Kuzmenko, contract servicewoman Yana Dugar and other "still unidentified individuals who had similar views and intentions to turn the society's attention to national and radical ideas, which, according to them, could change the life in society".
The charge papers say that everyone's functions were clearly divided among the participants; Antonenko acted as the organizer and the leader of this group, who also cooked the explosive. Dugar provided surveillance on the site of the murder, and Kuzmenko was the one to stick the explosive under the car.
Pavlo Sheremet was killed in Kyiv in July 2016. The explosive device was set under his car.
The investigation team works on four possible lines of inquiry: professional activity, personal enmity, destabilization of the situation in the country, as well as the attack by mistake (the car belonged to Olena Prytula, the Editor-in-Chief of Ukrainska Pravda news agency).