Pechersk District Court of Kyiv allowed Prosecutor General’s Office to access phone calls made by the son of Serhiy Pashynsky, the Ukrainian people’s deputy, on the day when conflict happened. This was reported by court’s order from March 13, according to Ukrainian News.
The investigation established that Pashynsky spoke with his son about 5:30 p.m. the same day when conflict occurred.
"Due to the necessity to establish the actual location of Pashynsky and people contacted by him, it is necessary to receive information about incoming/outgoing calls of the mentioned customer in the period of December 31, 2016 to January 1, 2017," the court’s decision says.
Beyond that, the court also allowed investigators access to documents licensing Pashynsky’s possession of Glock-19 pistol and documents regarding his instruction to use firearms.
As it was reported earlier, the incident occurred between the MP and local resident on New Year's Eve in Kyiv region. People's deputy Pashynsky used firearms and shot attacker in the leg.