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Court extended home arrest for suspected assaulter of Kharkiv cameraman Vadym Makaryuk

02.08.2019, 15:34
On August 1st, the Kyiv district court in Kharkiv has extended until September 10th home arrest for Mykhaylo Bazaley, one of suspected assaulter of Kharkiv cameraman Vadym Makaryuk, as Kharkiv edition 057.ua reported. The decision to extend pre-trial restriction for another suspect Serhiy Kozlyuk was postponed to August 2. The court also schedules to extend pre-trial restriction  for two other suspects in the case Alyoshkin and Radchenko. IMI informed, Vadym Makaryuk, 36, cameraman for the 24th Channel in Kharkiv, who was beaten while filming the story on Barabashov marketplace on June 7th, got a cerebral hemorrhage. His condition being grave, he remains in intensive care department in the municipal emergency aid hospital named of Meshchaninov. Investigators opened criminal proceedings under part 2 of article.345-1 (“Threat or violence against the journalist”), Part 1. st.171 (“Obstruction to the lawful professional activities of the journalist”) and Part 2 of Article 187 (“Robbery”) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. The maximum penalty for the sanctions of the articles is up to 10 years’ imprisonment. On June 10, Deputy Chief of the Regional Police Department Serhiy Chyzh said that the police still did not recognize Vadym Makaryuk victim, because he could not been questioned. On June 12, the police pressed charged to one of those involved in the attack on Makaryuk Serhiy Kozlyuk on part 3 of st.171 (obstruction to the legitimate professional activities of journalists), Part 4 of Art. 296 (hooliganism), Part 1 of Art. 345-1 (threat or violence against the journalist) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, and questioned him. On June 21, the police pressed charges of involvement in the assault on Makaryak by two other Kharkiv residents: Oleg Radchenko and Ilya Aleshkin. The court sent three attackers under house arrest. On July 17, the Kyiv district court of Kharkiv placed under home arrest the fourth suspect assaulter, Mikhail Basaley, until August 11.
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