According to him, his client Andrew Medvedko and Denis Polishchuk “sew” murder by order of the authorities. Hundreds of petitions of protection are not met, ignored dozens of judicial decisions not investigated the beating Medvedko during the arrest, the lawyer says.
“Well, ready to defend guys, and the Prosecutor’s office transferred responsibility to the court,” wrote Voychenko.
Olesya Elder was killed in Kiev in the yard of an apartment building on 16 April 2015. Suspects Medvedko and Polishchuk was detained two months later. Both served in a combat zone in the East of Ukraine.