Polish employer who took Ukrainian to forest to die faces five years in jail

Source : 112 Ukraine

A 36-year-old Ukrainian worked at the enterprise on production of the coffins near Nowy Tomysl
20:29, 24 June 2019

Ukrainian who died in Poland, his employer goes to jail
Gazeta Wyborcza

An owner of a Polish enterprise, who took unconscious Ukrainian to the forest and left him them, faces up to five years of imprisonment as European Truth reported.

A 36-year-old Ukrainian worked at the enterprise on production of the coffins near Nowy Tomysl. A body of a man was found by foresters not far from Wągrowiec, Greater Poland Voivodeship.

“The police officers found out that a man felt bad at work on a warm day he lost conscious. When other workers reported about it to the owners, she prohibited to call for the ambulance and ordered everyone to go home.

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Then it turned out that a man disappeared. He did not show up at the flat, where he lived. Also, one of the Ukrainians, who lived and worked with him, disappeared,” Andrzej Borowiak, the Representative of Greater Poland Voivodeship Police reported.

He added that “after examination of all information and agreements with the prosecutor’s office, the police officers permitted to detain the owner of the firm. A woman was detained. The law enforcers also started to search for the Ukrainian, who disappeared after the incident. He was found at one of the hostels in Lomza in a few days”.

According to Borowiak, evidence and other materials provided the grounds to announce the suspicions to the owner of the firm of the rendering the assistance and unintentional causing of death. She faces up to five years in prison. A citizen of Ukraine, who knew the circumstances, was hiding and concealed the information, hindering the investigation, also faces such punishment.

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Deceased Vasyl Chornei was not ill, he did not lose conscious before, he had no epilepsy, according to his wife Natalia. He had three underage children in Ukraine.

Earlier UN reported that by 2030, the population of Ukraine (including the residents of Crimea) may shrink to 40.88 million people

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