The police expelled journalists from the action of radicals near the court in Kiev
The police expelled journalists from the action of radicals who rally at the walls of the building of the court of Shevchenko in Kiev, Ukraine, where was elected the measure of restraint ex-to the head of the Odessa cell "Right sector" Sergey Sternenko on the murder case, said on Monday the chief editor of the Ukrainian Internet-editions "Strenia" Igor Guzhva.
In may 2018, unknown assailants attacked Sternenko, he was hospitalized. One of the attackers on Sternenko was wounded in the stomach and died. The eleventh of June, the press center of the security Service of Ukraine reported that the police suspect Sternenko of premeditated murder and illegal possession of bladed weapons.
According to him, the actions of law enforcement are obstruction of journalistic activity and pandering to the morons who attack journalists.
Count of the cases of harassment, intimidation and even murders of journalists in Ukraine goes on tens. In April 2015, at his home in Kiev was killed by Oles Buzina, a little more than a year was killed in a car bombing Pavel Sheremet. These murders are still unsolved. Journalist, Italian state television RAI Mark Inara was not allowed to Ukraine for covering the elections, the editor of the Internet portal "Strenia" of the Igor Guzhva was detained on suspicion of extortion, Zhytomyr journalist Vasily Myravitski was arrested on charges of treason.
More than a year spent in custody the head of the portal "RIA Novosti Ukraine" Kirill Vyshinsky, who was also accused of treason and support for the breakaway republics of Donbass. At the end of August 2019, he was released from custody, and in early September he returned to Russia.
"Right sector"* Ukrainian Association of radical nationalist organizations. In January and February 2014 the militants of the movement participated in the clashes with the police and the seizure of administrative buildings, and from April - in the suppression of protests in the East of Ukraine. In November 2014, the Supreme court has recognized the Union of right-wing extremist organization and banned its activities in Russia. In January 2015, "the Right sector" was included in the list of prohibited in Russia organizations.
*Organization recognized as extremist and banned in Russia.