The court released from-under guards ex-the Berkut officer Loboda

Суд отпустил из-под стражи экс-беркутовца Лободу

Fighters of Berkut on the Maidan

The measure of restraint changed to clock arrest.

Wednesday, September 20, the Kyiv court of Appeals released from prison a former soldier unit Berkut Serhiy Loboda, a suspect in the beating of activists of Automaidan in 2014.

This was announced by the lawyer Evgenia Zakrevskaya.

“Today the Appellate court of Kyiv (judge Roslin) released from custody of the Berkut officer of the 1st company of Sergey Loboda (the episode with the attack on avtomaydanovtsev at Schorsa 23.01.2014), the man who, a year and a half was wanted,” – she wrote in Facebook.

According to the lawyer, the suspect changed the measure of restraint-hour house arrest. However, she pointed out the unreliability of such restrictions of freedom.

“We remember that bracelets for berkutovtsy some reason never have. And remember that the Kharkov Berkut Mastiha and Felts fled to Russia from-under house arrest,” – said Zakrevsky.

She also said that on Wednesday the court in Vinnitsa (judge Kupowac) refused to extend the home arrest of the former Deputy chief of Kiev police Alexander Kravchenko.

“So after 28.09 another suspect could slip away, and did not become the accused”, said Zakrevsky.

As reported Корреспондент.netin July the Pechersky district court has arrested Sergey Loboda for one month without the right of bail. He is suspected in the attack on Automaidan members in the night of 23 January 2014.

We will remind, earlier released from custody the ex-Berkut officers fled to Russia.

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