The suspect in the murder Gandzyuk was in intensive care
The head of the Kherson regional Council Vladislav Munger, which is one of the suspects in the murder of the counselor of the mayor of Kherson Catherine Gandzyuk, was in intensive care and cannot be forcibly brought into court of Kiev in the Ukraine, said his lawyer Dmitry Ilchenko.
Earlier, the Pechersk district court of Kiev allowed the compulsory drive of the head of the Kherson regional Council Vladislav manger as a suspect in the murder of Gandzyuk.
According to counsel, the doctor issued a certificate stating that the as manger is assessed as serious but stable.
"Doctors say that if no complications occur, it can take up to one week", - the lawyer added.
Earlier, Yury Lutsenko, who served as Prosecutor General of Ukraine until August 2019, reported that the murder suspect manger. The suspect was arrested with the right of bail of nearly 2.5 million hryvnia (about 104 thousand dollars), and after its submission, was released. Later, the suspicion Manger was replaced with "order the infliction of bodily harm". According to investigators, Mangere together with the former assistant ex-the Deputy of the Kherson regional Council Alexey Levin ordered grievous bodily harm Gandzyuk, which caused her death. Later, on may 25, the court extended the detention for two months Alexey Levin.
Gandzyuk in July 2018 doused with acid. Several months later, she died in Kiev hospital. Militiamen investigated case about attempt at murder, however, after the death of the victim changed the qualification for a contract killing. The investigation revealed all the alleged masterminds and organizers of the murder of Gandzyuk.