Okueva case: Suspect obtained citizenship illegally, - police

Source : 112 Ukraine

Passport of the detainee is declared invalid
16:42, 1 February 2020

National Police

The suspect in the organizing a criminal group that committed the murder of Ukrainian volunteer Amina Okuyeva and two other people, illegally obtained Ukrainian citizenship. The press service of the National Police of Ukraine reports this information.

“During the investigation of several serious crimes, the police found that a native of the Russian Federation organized a criminal group that committed three contract killings. In particular, this was the murder of director of the Caparol Ukraine subsidiary, the director of the advertising department of the Kyiv Metro and participant in the war in eastern Ukraine (...) Amina Okueva,” the report said.

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It is noted that the man had a passport of a citizen of Ukraine, and subsequently received a foreign passport. Police investigators in the Kiev region investigated the procedure for obtaining citizenship in detail.

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Now, the investigative department of the police of the Kyiv region has begun criminal proceedings under Part 4 of Art. 358 (falsification of documents, seals, stamps and letterheads, sale or use of fake documents, seals or stamps) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

Now, at the request of the investigator, the State Migration Service of Ukraine invalidated the passports of the detainee.

As we reported, Kyiv's Svyatoshynsky district court has arrested Ihor Redkin for two months. The man is the suspect in the murder of Amina Okueva, the Ukrainian combat volunteer and medic.

The judge granted the motion of the prosecution team, as it requested that Redkin stays in custody until March 11, 2020.


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