The Kiev district court of Odessa decided to detain for two months the citizen of Russia Eugene Nefedova, which on 27 may was released from jail under house arrest, reports UNIAN. He is accused of mass disorder on may 2, 2014, during which killed 47 people.
As told the Agency the press-Secretary of the court Veronica Cherevaty, his measure of restraint was tightened from-that the arrested person threatened a witness.
“The main person involved in resonant business “may 2,” Friday, may 27, Malinovsky district court of Odessa was released from custody under house arrest,” — said the spokesman. However, the investigation received information that on may 26, on the eve of the judgment of Malinovsky of the district court to mitigate the measure of restraint, the suspect with the help of Viber messenger sent to witness to the message with threats.
“Message as follows: “…the Crest, I promise you that flood, and you didn’t believe me. Tomorrow I will change the measure of restraint, and I will be released, I’m coming…” — said Cherevaty.
The consequence qualified actions Nefedova as a threat by murder on the grounds of national intolerance.