The court arrested the terrorists who seized a bus with hostages in luck
Lutsk district court arrested for 60 days, until September 18, seized a bus with hostages in luck Maxim Krivosha.
Lutsk district court on Thursday elected a measure of restraint Krivosha. The Prosecutor asked the court to arrest Krivosha for 60 days.
"The court ruled on the petition, apply to the suspect Krivosha Maxim... a measure of restraint in form of detention for a period of 60 days, a period which is calculated from the moment of actual detention, i.e., from 21.30 (same as GMT - ed.) on July 21, 2020 September 18, 2020, inclusive, without determining the amount of bail," said investigating judge. The broadcast is channel ZIK.
During a break in the meeting, the lawyer Krivosha stated that the defense would like to in the proceedings on the merits were heard on the recorded conversation of his client with the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, if it exists.
After the announcement of the decision of the court of Compressor said that soon will be a "continuation of performance". His lawyer said Compressor against against the decision about his arrest to the appellate court.
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.
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.