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UCU students sang carols under the windows of the detention center where Yulia Kuzmenko and Andriy Antonenko are being held

17 January, 11:47
UCU students sang carols under the windows of the detention center where Yulia Kuzmenko and Andriy Antonenko are being held - фото 1
On the evening of January 16, in Kyiv, the students of the Ukrainian Catholic University staged a Nativity creche under the pre-trial detention center, where the suspects in the murder of Sheremet are located.

On the evening of January 16, in Kyiv, the students of the Ukrainian Catholic University staged a Nativity creche under the pre-trial detention center, where the suspects in the murder of Sheremet are located.

This was reported by TSN.

Cardiosurgeon and volunteer Yulia Kuzmenko and military and musician Andriy Antonenko have been held there already for a month. In December, they, as well as military medical Yana Duhar, were detained in the case of the murder of Pavlo Sheremet. At a press conference, the police called them suspects in the organization and execution of the bombing of the journalist's car. Despite numerous arguments from lawyers and witnesses that the detainees were not involved in the crime, Yana Duhar was placed under house arrest during the investigation, Antonenko and Kuzmenko were placed in isolation. Students who the day before on the porch of the institution arranged a Nativity creche say that their action wanted to support the suspects.

According to the participants of the Nativity creche, the criminal case against suspects in the murder is ill-disguised.

On December 12, 2019, at a press conference held in the presence of Volodymyr Zelensky, the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov announced the detention of suspects involved in the murder of Sheremet.

Investigators believe that the explosives under Sheremet's cars were placed by Kuzmenko and Antonenko, the latter was also called the organizer of the criminal group. Duhar allegedly managed the"intelligence" part of it: looking for cameras in the way of accomplices.