The prosecution got up to few dozens of thousands of information files in the case against Strana.ua as it published the list of 47 potential victims of the Russian special services. Anatoly Matios, the Chief Military Prosecutor of Ukraine claimed this as 112 Ukraine reported.
'The only thing I will comment is that the information received by the prosecution and it is confirmed that it is legal information that is also the evidence, makes up to few dozens of thousands of the files', he claimed.
However, Matios refused to comment on the details of the criminal proceeding.
'I see no reason to comment the grounds of the opening of the criminal case. Why? We do the routine work along with the SBU. The depth of my awareness is possibly one of the biggest but, I emphasize one more time, I do not consider it is worthy to be commented as it is a routine work', he said.
On June 1, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yury Lutsenko claimed that thank to the staging of the murder of Russian journalist Arkadiy Babchenko, the prosecution got the list of the famous Ukrainian and ex-Russian journalist who should be killed too. Totally, there are 47 people on the list.
As we reported the list of the 47 Ukrainian and former Russian journalists and bloggers was published by the mass media on June 5.
Later the SBU opened the criminal proceeding due to the publishing of the list of 47 potential victims.
Ihor Guzhva, the chief editor of Strana.ua claimed that the Security Service of Ukraine confirmed by its statement that earlier published list of 47 potential victims of the Russian special services is authentic.
On June 6, the SBU confirmed hat the list published in Strana news agency is authentic to the list received within the special operation.