Three more people claimed to be victims of tortures applied by Serhiy Sulyma and Mykola Kuziv, the two policemen in Kaharlyk town, Kyiv region. Oleksandr Sokolov, the Acting Director of the State Bureau of Investigations said so as quoted by TSN news service.
The victims appear to be the locals who were interrogated by Sulyma and Kuziv, the same policemen involved in this case.
"We assigned additional rounds of the expertise, because there are more wronged individuals who suffered by the hands of the said law enforcers", Sokolov said.
The details of these testimonies will not be revealed until the pre-trial investigation is over.
"The defense will have an opportunity to look into case materials. The facts will be revealed already during the court sessions", Sokolov said.
The State Bureau of Investigations is now adding the new testomonies and evidence to the case file.
Previously, policeman Serhiy Sulyma and his partner Mykola Kuziv were detained by the Interior Security Department of the National Police. Both were charged with a rape case. Both are now at the pre-trial detention cell. The Kaharlyk police unit is now disbanded, and its leadership is fired.