Kherson city court chose a measure of restraint for Nikita Grabczuk, the fifth and final suspect of involvement in the assassination of an official in the Kherson city Council Catherine Gandzyuk. About this on his page in Facebook said the first Deputy head of the National police of Ukraine Vyacheslav Abroskin.
First Deputy head of the national police reported that Grabchuk during the Commission of a crime “has received a significant burn parts of his body”.
“He’s a young 23-year-old man, a resident of Zhytomyr region, which is really from the first days of the war in the East was for the protection of the state. It is a shame that this young man, and three other Patriotic, used to commit horrible crimes the man who during hostilities was their commander, whom they fully trusted their lives”, – Abroskin wrote.
According to him, at present already detained five suspects, four of whom were arrested, the fifth is placed under-house arrest.
“Led this group of 41-the summer inhabitant of the Kherson region, a former member of the ATO, which has recently engaged in social activities and is the founder of the local organization of members of ATU. He used his authority and used to commit the crimes of their youngest sister fighting, residents of Zhytomyr and Khmelnytskyi oblasts”, – told in police.
We will remind, in control of the Executive Committee of the Kherson city Council Catherine Gandzyuk was attacked on July 31.
Around 8:30 the clerk came out of his house and went about their business, and out of the bushes went to meet the guy 20-25 years with the capacity in hand. When I approached the woman, he splashed the contents of the tank in her face and ran away.
The examination found that it was concentrated sulphuric acid.
Gandzyuk was immediately taken by ambulance to a hospital in the city, and subsequently directed the aircraft health medicine for treatment in Kiev. She has 35% burns of the body.
Earlier it was reported that the suspects in the case about the attack on Gandzyuk are five people. Four of them pleaded guilty.