In Ukraine, the court allowed to detain Yaroslav the Levents, who has previously called the alleged accomplice to murder former state Duma Deputy, Denis Boronenkov. This is evidenced by the card Levents in the list of wanted persons on the website of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine in the section “precaution” indicated “the Resolution of court on permission to detention to drive.”
That Yaroslav Levenets can be an accomplice Paul Barsova (which Kiev called killer Boronenkov), on their page Facebook wrote the journalist of the Ukrainian TV channel STB Alain Lunkov
“Killer Boronenkov came to Kyiv not alone. With him was another former donbassovets”, — she wrote.
Lunkov said that in the area of ATO Levenets served in the battalion “Donbass”, and in the area of ATO, he was known under the call sign “hunter”.
According to her, since 2012, Levenets was wanted “for economic crimes”, while he called himself a political prisoner of the regime of Yanukovych. “After release from prison in 2014, hunter goes to war by [former battalion commander Semyon] Semenchenko, “Donbass”. But last year he was again summoned to the court. The measure of restraint — house arrest with a bracelet. Semenchenko again interceded for him. Now on the website of the Committee for the liberation of the political prisoners he’s listed as a fighter “Right sector” [organization banned in Russia] — wrote Lunkov. In addition, Levents 2014 wanted for unlawful use of a weapon (part 1 of article 263 UK of Ukraine).
In the Kiev Prosecutor’s office about the alleged killer’s accomplice Boronenkov declined to comment, reported the TV channel “112 Ukraine”.
Became known the details of the last day Boronenkov before the murder
Ex-Deputy of the state Duma of Russia Denis Boronenkov shot in the center of Kiev on March 23. His killer was shot by a security guard of a former Russian parliamentarian, and the same day died in hospital. Advisor to the Minister of internal Affairs Anton Gerashchenko called the killer of the citizen of Ukraine Pavel Barsova. Gerashchenko called it “a graduate of the Russian school of saboteurs”, who was supposed to infiltrate one of the units of the national guard or armed forces of Ukraine and “to pretend that he was an ordinary soldier.” The national guard under Ukraine later reported that Parsow was dismissed from the force for “non-contract terms”.
The interior Ministry of Ukraine believe that Barsova was “at least one accomplice.”
Official Kiev has blamed the death Boronenkov Moscow. The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko called the incident an “act of state terrorism” on the part of Russia. The Russian side, in turn, has repeatedly denied any involvement in the death of ex-Deputy — press-Secretary of Vladimir Putin Dmitry Peskov has called the speculation about the “Russian trace” in the murder “absurd.”