The visitors accused Krysin of attacks on EuroMaidan activists and the murder of journalist Vyacheslav Veremii in 2014. They brought him a pack of rat poison (as the criminal is nicknamed Krysa which means a rat), balloon and tangerines. The activists also splattered green dye on his face.
It is noteworthy that Krysin allegedly undergoes medical examination at the children's wing of the Heart Institute.
"It appears that the murderer of Maidan activists, Krysin, decided to escape justice. The upcoming hearing of the appeals court can put the thug back behind bars. Krysin wants to dodge imprisonment on the heart hospital’s bad. The awful thing is that the bad occupied by Krysin is intended for some kid waiting for surgery. The children usually wait for a surgery for several months, or even a year. The murderer keeps claiming lives. The guys gave him a lesson for his insolence," said activist Andrii Medvedko.
As reported, Veremii was killed on the night of Feb. 19, 2014. He was riding home by a taxi when spotted several armed individuals wearing military uniforms and masks (hired thugs often referred to as titushky – Ed.) at the corner of Volodymyrska and Velyka Zhytomyrska streets. Titushky started crashing the taxi, pulled the driver and the passengers out after the journalist tried to make a picture of them. The driver and another passenger managed to escape after being beaten while Veremii was severely beaten, shot at and received a bullet in the back. He was taken to the intensive care unit but later died during surgery on Feb. 19 over blood loss and severe injuries.
On Sept. 18, 2015, PGO’s Special Investigations Directorate Chief Serhii Horbatiuk said that Veremii was murdered by Jalal Aliyev. According to unconfirmed reports, the murderer joined the militants of the self-styled "Donetsk People’s Republic" and was killed in Horlivka in July 2015.
On Dec. 22, 2017, the Shevchenkivskyi district court of Kyiv sentenced Yurii Krysin to a two-year suspended sentence for leading a group of individuals who attacked the journalist. He faces a four-year prison term in case of breaching probation conditions.