Yuriy Lutsenko told about the achievements of the investigation on the case Savchenko and Ruban
The attorney General said that the investigation has evidence that the suspects were preparing large-scale terrorist attack in Kiev.
The General Prosecutor of Ukraine Yury Lutsenko has confirmed the completion of the investigation concerning the people’s Deputy of Ukraine Hope Savchenko and Director of the Center for the release of the Officer corps prisoners of Vladimir Ruban. On Thursday, August 2, according to Interfax-Ukraine.
Lutsenko said that the Prosecutor’s office has all the necessary proofs of fault of suspects.
“The investigation of the people’s Deputy of Ukraine Hope Savchenko and citizen Ruban is finished. We are in the course of this investigation have obtained all the necessary evidence that supports the leading theory about the preparation of a large-scale attack in the center of the Ukrainian capital by the use of arms, which was granted cyber criminals Savchenko and Eat with the consent of the Russian officers in the position of Lieutenant Colonel and Colonel in the territory of “Donetsk people’s Republic” after consultations, which were held Savchenko and Zakharchenko,” – said Lutsenko at the site of CSO alpha (the range Koncha-Zaspa) on Thursday.
We will remind, on the eve of the conclusion of the investigation was reported by the lawyer of Vladimir Ruban. He noted that the protection will provide materials for review in two weeks.
Earlier the public Prosecutor Lutsenko stated that there are sufficient grounds to suspect Savchenko in the organization of the terrorist act in the Parliament. In the case of evidence of guilt Savchenko faces life in prison.
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