As reported by a correspondent for Censor.NET, this was said by the judge at the hearing on April 3.
"The investigating judge ruled to recess the proceedings without determining the date for consideration of the motion," he said.
The prosecutor told reporters that Bubenchyk was no remanded in custody. The prosecutor's office intends to request placing the suspect in remand prison since, according to the prosecutor, he ignored two summons and tried to leave the country.
In turn, Bubenchyk said that he was heading for Poland to purchase a car there.
The case shall be redistributed and the judge’s recusal consideration shall be scheduled on the morning of April 4.
A scuffle between the Donbas war veterans who supported Bubenchyk and police broke out outside the courtroom after the hearing.
On April 3, the law enforcers detained Maidan activist, People's Hero of Ukraine, ex-soldier of Dnipro-1 battalion Ivan Bubenchyk on charges of the murder of Berkut riot police officers on Kyiv’s Maidan Nezalezhnosti in February 2014.