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Handziuk case: there was no electronic bracelet for suspect

At the same time, Vladyslav Manger has handed over his international passport
18:34, 19 February 2019

Head of Kherson Regional Council Vladyslav Manger
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The Head of Kherson Regional Council Vladyslav Manger, the suspect in the organization of the murder of Kateryna Handziuk, handed over his passport, but remains without an electronic bracelet because of their absence in Kherson. This was reported by Ukrainian News agency with reference to one of Menger's lawyers Dmytro Ilchenko.

"Among the restrictions, there is an electronic bracelet, but now Manger does not have it on, since there are no available bracelets in Kherson," Ilchenko said.

It is noted that as soon as the bracelet is found, it will be put on Manger. The lawyer also said that his client had already handed over his international passport.

Earlier it was reported that Vladyslav Manger has returned to work. Kherson Regional Council specified that Manger deals with working issues and works as usual.

Related: Lawyer of suspect in Handziuk’s murder posts bail for him

On February 11, Vladyslav Manger was served with charge papers in Handziuk’s murder. In his turn, Manger said that he would not escape from the country due to suspicion of organizing the murder of Handziuk.

The court ruled to arrest Manger until March 3 with the possibility of bail. However, later lawyer Dmitry Ilchenko has posted a bail for his client Kherson Regional Council Head Vladyslav Manger.

On November 4, 2018, it became known that Kateryna Handziuk died at the age of 34. She was doused with sulphuric acid in July this year. According to preliminary information, her death was caused by blood clot's detachment.  

Related: Prosecutor’s office to appeal arrest with bail of suspect in Handziuk’s murder

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