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Ukraine’s Prosecutor General’s Office passes case of Odesa Right Sector ex-leader to Kyiv

Source : 112 Ukraine

The decision on the transfer was made on June 15
11:48, 20 June 2018

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The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine passed the case on the clash of Serhiy Sternenko, the former leader of Odesa Right Sector and two men to the Chief Prosecution Department of the National Police. The press service of the Prosecutor’s Office in Odesa claimed this as Interfax-Ukraine reported.

The decision on the transfer was made on June 15.

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In her turn, spokeswoman of the Prosecutor General’s Office Larysa Sargan claimed that such decision was made on the request of the MPs as Ukrayinska Pravda reported.

“Due to the flow of the numerous appeals in the interest of Sternenko to the Prosecutor General’s Office, including the MPs to provide more effective prosecution by the Prosecutor’s Office, the case was passed to the Chief Prosecution Department of the National Police,” she said.

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As we reported in the evening, May 24, the unknown, armed with cold weapons, attempted on the life of the former head of Odesa’s Right Sector Serhiy Sternenko.

According to Sternenko, there were two attackers. One of them escaped and the second was stabbed by ex-leader of Righ Sector to death.

Later Odesa police established and detained the escaped person

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The law enforcers consider a few lines of enquiry of the incident from the domestic conflict or robbery (when the sides did know each other) up to the intentional attack on the political grounds for the public activities of the victim.

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