Police consider five theories for attack on public activist in Odesa

Source : 112 Ukraine

Mykhailyk’s personal relations and public activity are possible reasons for the attack
18:00, 24 September 2018


The Police consider five theories for the attack on public activist Oleh Mykhailyk in Odesa. Head of Police in Odesa region Dmytro Holovin claimed this to reporters, 112 Ukraine held the broadcasting.

‘The investigators have five versions. The first one is connected with his public activity. The second is connected with the issue over Zoloty bereh. The third version related to success. The fourth one is personal relations. The fifth - unidentified persons motivated by hooliganism,’ Holovin claimed.

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Reportedly, public activist Oleh Mykhailyk was shot in Odesa on September 22.

He is in a hospital right now and provided with a guard. It was reported that Mykhailyk’s condition had stabilized, he has a bullet in his chest. At the same time, Chief Doctor Yevhen Hryhoriev said that there is no need to take the bullet out right now.

‘The extraction of a foreign body is carried out after the condition of patient stabilizes, and usually is done routinely after two or three months,’ the Chief Doctor claimed.

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It was also reported that a special investigation group was created to investigate the attack on Oleh Mykhailyk. The group consists of experienced investigators, detective, and employees of SBU.

Later, about a hundred people went to protest in Odesa because of the shooting of public activist Oleg Mykhailyk. The protesters demand the resignation of the chiefs of the police and the prosecutor's office of the region, as well as require law enforcement officers to effectively investigate attacks against activists and name customers and performers.

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