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 Аppeal Court of Kyiv made no decision in Zaverukha, Romaniuk, and Kosheliuk case so far, - MP Lutsenko. PHOTOS+VIDEO

The Appeal Court of Kyiv has not come to a decision in the case of Vita Zaverukha, Andrii Romaniuk, and Yevhen Kosheliuk suspected of killing police officers on May 4, 2015.

Batkivshchyna MP Ihor Lutsenko said at the court, correspondent of Censor.NET reports.

"One of the suspects is absent. According to the law, he barricaded at home and said that he will only come when called officially," Lutsenko said.

"The second suspect, who is on house arrest, was brought by force from Vinnytsia," he added.

According to Lutsenko, the judges gathered in the conference room and shut the door.

The next court session is scheduled for Oct. 24.

Watch more: Zaverukha, Romaniuk, and Kosheliuk suspected of murder of police officers brought to Appeal Court of Kyiv. PHOTOS+VIDEO

A shootout in the Lisovyi district of Kyiv was reported early hours May 4, 2015. According to the Interior Ministry, unknown persons robbed a gas station and killed several policemen while escaping. As it turned out, the killed were former Berkut officers involved in beating of Avtomaidan Members and crashing of cars in Kriposnyi lane during Maidan protests. Later, the police arrested the suspects, Zaverukha, Romaniuk, and Kosheliuk among them. Today, they have been brought to the Appeal Court of Kyiv to chose the measure of restraint.

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Photos by Oleh Bohachuk, Censor.NET

 
 
 
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