Prosecutor General’s Office does not have sufficient evidence to establish fact of four ex-Berkut officers’ getaway to Russia

Source : 112 Ukraine

The information is being verified
13:28, 15 April 2017

Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine does not have sufficient evidence to confirm that four ex-Berkut officers, suspected in killing activists during Dignity Revolution, ran away to Russian Federation. This was reported on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel by the department prosecutor from the Prosecutor General’s Office.

"The information is being verified… The according requests were made. We do not have official data that they fled to Russia," he noted.

At the same time, prosecutor noted that the according information should come from the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine.

As it was reported, ex-Berkut officer Vitaliy Honcharenko, who was earlier released by Kyiv Court of Appeal on April 6, and three of his former colleagues have run away to Russia. He and his former police members of Kharkiv Berkut battalion said this in a video message published on Youtube, allegedly it was made on the territory of Russian Federation.

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