The Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) has decided to extradite Belarusian ex-fighter of Tornado battalion Danylo Liashuk to his native country.
The Obolon district court has announced a verdict against former fighters of the disbanded Interior Ministry Tornado Company.
Fighters of the disbanded Interior Ministry’s Tornado Company have been brought to Obolonskyi district court of Kyiv.
Former Commander of the Tornado Company Ruslan Onyshchenko says no one of the accused soldiers admits guilt.
April 7 at 10 a.m., Obolonskyi district court of Kyiv will start announcing its verdict in the case of former fighters of disbanded Tornado Special Purpose Company.
Oleksandr Puhachev claimed his right to refuse to testify in court according to the Article 63 of the Constitution of Ukraine.
The Obolon district court of Kyiv has completed the inquiry into the Tornado Company case. The prosecution is asking for 15 years in jail for company commander Ruslan Onyshchenko, his deputy Mykola Tsukur, and Danylo Liashuk.
Chief of Kyiv police Andrii Kryshchenko said the investigation was launched to establish whether disbanded Tornado fighter injured himself or someone else did it.
Former Tornado fighter Hulchuk, who was allegedly beaten and suffered a hemorrhage, is now completely fit and has been discharged from the emergency hospital.
Yesterday, Aug. 2, another hearing of the Obolonskyi district court of Kyiv in the case of Tornado patrol police unit fighters from the Luhansk region was disrupted.
During the rally of volunteer soldiers outside the building of the Obolonskyi district court in Kyiv, where former soldiers of Tornado Company are tried, MP Semen Semenchenko called to storm the building if the court does not fulfill "legitimate demands" of volunteers.
A brawl between supporters of the disbanded Tornado Company soldiers tried by the Obolonskyi district court of Kyiv and law enforcement officers took place late this evening.
Ex-servicemen of Tornado Company, who are tried by the Obolonskyi district court of Kyiv, are threatening judges and prosecutors during almost every hearing, pouring green-colored disinfectant, sour milk, and sewage disposals over them.