In Kiev will judge the dog hunter svyatogora.

В Киеве будут судить догхантера Святогора, - СМИ

The Prosecutor’s office sent to court indictment against the man suspected of calling for the massacre of stray animals, reports “Ukrainian truth” with reference to the press service of the Ministry.

The publication reports that we are talking about skandalno the dog hunter Alexei Svyatogor.

Pre-trial investigation against 43-year-old resident of Kiev of committing criminal offenses under part 2, part 3, article 300 of the criminal code (preparation or dissemination of works propagating violence and cruelty) is completed.

“According to the findings of the examination, which was conducted in the framework of the criminal proceedings, public speeches and statements of the specified person qualified as those that propagandize the cult of violence and cruelty to homeless animals, calling for their murder and the incitement of others to commit such actions”, – reported in Prosecutor’s office.

It is noted that the parties in criminal proceedings acquainted with the materials of the pretrial investigation.

“The indictment is sent to the Shevchenko district court of Kiev for consideration in essence”, – concluded the Prosecutor’s office.

The sanction of article prescribes punishment in the form of deprivation of liberty for a term of 3 to 5 years with deprivation of the right to occupy certain positions or engage in certain activities for a term up to 3 years and forfeiture of works, film and video, propagandize cult of violence and cruelty, the means of their production and demonstration.

As reported, on 8 June 2018, it became known about detention of Svyatogor. The same day he was released.

The man has repeatedly stated that the killing of stray dogs.

On 11 June, the court concluded the dog hunter in custody for two months without bail. On 5 July the Shevchenkivsky district court of Kyiv continued the Band a measure of restraint in the form of a round-the-clock house arrest with a prohibition to leave his place of residence until August 7.

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