Metro bridge miner put in psychiatric hospital

Source : 112 Ukraine

Vitaly Tkalenko was previously in the pre-trial detention center; a medical assistant found he suffered from suicidal tendency
13:38, 6 June 2020

The photo of a miner who threatened to bomb the Metro bridge in Kyiv

Vitaliy Tkalenko, who threatened to blow up  the Metro bridge in Kyiv on June 2, and was later arrested for 60 days, is now at a psychiatric institution. Press secretary of the Prosecutor's Office of Kyiv Nadiya Maksymets said this in a comment to Ukrainska Pravda.

"An emergency court hearing on changing the preventive measure was held yesterday, where they decided to change the preventive measure from detention to placement in a psychiatric institution," she said.

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According to a previous court decision, Tkalenko was arrested until July 29, with the possibility of making a bail, and before making a bail he had to be in a pre-trial detention center.

However, in the pre-trial detention center, a paramedic examined Tkalenko and "discovered a suicidal tendency." After that, an ambulance was called to the pre-trial detention center, the doctors of which issued their opinion, according to which it is better for the suspect to be under medical supervision.

OM Friday, Tkalenko was placed in a psychiatric hospital in Hlevakha, where he will remain until July 29.

As we reported before, anonymous sources reported that Metro bridge had been mined in Kyiv: the bridge is closed at this moment.

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