Volunteers found the bags with things dead in Ilovaisk

Волонтеры нашли мешки с вещами погибших в Иловайском котле

Things dead soldiers dug up

The police are conducting an internal investigation regarding the improper storage of the dead and not taking action on them.

In Dnipropetrovsk region under the layer of earth found 36 bags of things killed under Ilovaisk military. These things had previously been deposited to the local enterprise. How they were buried, dealt with law enforcement, said the press service of the national police.

“The police Dnipropetrovsk region created the Commission on investigation of all circumstances of improper evidence storage on the farm in the village Taroms’ke”, – is told in it.

On the scene police investigators, conducted an inventory of the items discovered.

A message about finding volunteers and 36 bags with personal belongings of the military who died in Ilovaisk, came to the police on may 15.

Investigative team Novolakskogo police Dnipro found that under the layer of soil are the physical evidence in the criminal proceedings which was opened in 2014.

At the moment it is established that in 2014 the physical evidence was deposited in the farm in the absence of the premises with the relevant sanitary norms in the police Department.

For some reason in the long term, according to the evidence was not made a legal decision will set a service check.

We will remind, in August 2014, fighters of the Ukrainian units were surrounded under Ilovaisk in Donetsk region. Russian-hybrid forces shelled the corridor, which, by agreement, had to leave the Ukrainian security forces.

According to official data of the military Prosecutor’s office, under Ilovaiskaya killed 459 ATO men, 478 were injured. According to unofficial, the number of casualties could reach 1,000 people.

 

 

Earlier it was reported that in the case of Ilovaisk took the court in the Hague.

We will remind, the Prosecutor’s office has officially accused Russia of Ilovaisk.

 

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