The organizer of “murder” Babchenko sentenced

Организатору "убийства" Бабченко вынесли приговор

Earlier, Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko declared that Boris Herman in his testimony actually confirmed that the preparations for the murder of Babchenko was financed from Russia.

Boris Herman, accused of organizing the attempted assassination of the Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko was sentenced to 4.5 years in prison, said the head of the SBU Basil Gritsak.

This decision was made Goloseevsky court of Kiev and the sentence will come into force in a month, reports Interfax-Ukraine.

The head of the SBU said that Herman made a deal with the investigation and admitted his guilt.

“Cooperating with the investigation, gives a very interesting statement that in the future will be checked and documented,” said Hrytsak.

Earlier, Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko said Herman in his testimony actually confirmed that the preparations for the murder of Babchenko was financed from Russia.

Recall, may 29, at first militiamen reported that Russian opposition journalist Arkady Babchenko, allegedly shot and killed in the stairwell of his house in Kiev.

The next day the head of the SBU said that the information about the “murder” Babchenko was part of a special operation of the Ukrainian law enforcement authorities aimed at preventing the assassination of a journalist.

On the same day it became known about detention of the organizer of “murder” Babchenko – Executive Director of the company Ukrainian-German joint venture Schmeisser Boris Hermann. He offered his friend the ATO’s 30 thousand dollars and gave him part of the amount for the direct execution of a crime.

Babchenko offered to exchange myself.

 

 

 

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