PGO told about relatives of Mykolaiv rapists
Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine...
The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine sent a group of employees of the central machinery to Mykolaiv in order to check up an investigation process of the case concerning rape and attempted murder of the girl.
The Mass Media Department of the PGO said that according to instructions of the Prosecutor General’s Office, taking into account a gravity of the committed crime towards the citizen of 1993 year of birth and wide response of this case, the criminal case was passed to the Main Investigatory Department of the Interior Ministry of Ukraine.
The investigation process of this criminal case is under personal control of the Prosecutor General Victor Pshonka.
Carrying out a prosecutor`s checkup it was found out that the relatives, families of people accused of committing the crime, do not work in state power bodies, local power bodies, prosecutor office bodies and other law-enforcement bodies.
In particular, the mother of the accused K. has not work since 2005, his father is unknown. The mother of the accused P. is a librarian, his father died on January 1, 2012. The father of the third accused worked as first deputy chairman of Yelanitskyi district council till 2009, he is a retiree since 2009; his mother worked as chairwoman of Yelanitskyi district state administration till 2010, she is a retiree since 2010.
As of now, in accordance with a submission of the prosecutor, all three men, who committed the crime, were arrested by the court.
As UNIAN reported earlier, three men lured Oksana Makar, 19, in apartment, raped her; covering up their tracks they strangled her and tried to burn her out. The crime was committed in Mykolaiv, on March 10.
The victim with 55% of burns of body is in Oblast center of heat traumatology in an extremely grave condition. Physicians have already amputated girl’s arm and consider possibility of further operations.
On March 11 three suspects were detained, however then two of them were released under written undertaking not to leave the place.
Two protest actions against the decision to release the suspects under written undertaking not to leave the place took place on March 13.
After that on submission of the prosecutor’s office of the Mykolaiv Oblast the court made a decision to arrest all three suspects.
However, on March 14 the mother of the injured girl Tatiana Surovitskaya said that investigators try to diminish the guilt of the suspects in committing the crime.