Against the taking of hostages in luck brought the case under four articles of the
Seized hostages in luck Maxim Krivosha reported suspicion of four counts, he is charged with committing a terrorist act, hostage-taking, the encroachment on life of law enforcement and illegal handling of weapons, reported the press-service of office of public Prosecutor of Ukraine.
Earlier, the press service of the National police of Ukraine in Volyn region said that the court on Thursday will elect a measure of restraint to the man who seized hostages in luck.
"Investigators of management of SBU reported to the citizen about suspicion in Commission of a terrorist act, capture and detention of persons as hostages with the threat of destruction, encroachment on life of the employee of law enforcement body and illegal weapon handling, fighting supplies or explosives", - stated in the message on the website of the office of the attorney General.
It is noted that at this stage the issue of electing a suspect measure of restraint in form of detention.
On Tuesday, the twice convicted Maxim Compressor in the center of the Ukrainian Lutsk took the bus, where there were 13 passengers, and if he had explosives and weapons. According to militiamen, the malefactor has put forward the General requirements and stated dissatisfaction with the system, demanded, in particular, to the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky has recorded a video message urging to watch the movie "Earthlings". After negotiations that lasted more than ten hours, Zelensky has done, then managed to free all the hostages that were in the bus, no one was hurt. The man was detained on 23 July he will choose a measure of restraint.
The security service of Ukraine has described the hostage situation as a terrorist attack, and the interior Ministry brought another criminal case under three articles: the taking of hostages, infringement of life of police officer and unlawful use of a weapon. Deputy Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko said that the detainee could face life imprisonment.