The court of Odessa extended for 2 months detention of the accused in the case of events may 2
Malinovsky district court of Odessa satisfied the petition of public prosecutions extending for 60 days the detention of a group of defendants suspected of belonging to riots in the city on may 2, 2014, reports Ukrainian news Agency referring to the press service of the court.
"The panel of judges chaired by Dmitry Perederko recognized motivated and granted the motion filed by the representative of the state prosecution, extending for 60 days the detention of a group of defendants, relating to riots on may 2," said the court.
at previous, the January meeting of the Panel of judges Malinovsky district court recognized motivated arguments of the Prosecutor Alexander Shevchenko, who was asked to leave for 60 days under arrest 10 defendants in the case of mass riots on may 2.
The hearing of a criminal case against persons indicted by the Prosecutor's office in the riots, which led to casualties, began in November in the Primorsky district court of Odessa. Only in criminal proceedings appear 24 of the citizen of Ukraine, Russia, Belarus.
The second of may 2014 held at Kulikovo field in Odessa anti-Maidan activists rally turned into a tragedy after their opponents were the radical Right sector and football " ultras ". Several dozen protesters "anti-Maidan" lost his life in a fire at the House of trade unions, which they tried to hide. According to official data, in the fire cost the lives of about 50 people, All received damage - over 250.