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11.02.19 12:58

Manher to be taken to Kyiv Pechersk District Сourt for bail hearing, searches being held at his place of residence, - Sarhan

Head of the Kherson regional council Vladyslav Manher has been served with charge papers as a suspect in arranging Kateryna Handziuk murder. He will be taken to Kyiv Pechersk District Court for bail hearing.

Manher to be taken to Kyiv Pechersk District Сourt for bail hearing, searches being held at his place of residence, - Sarhan

Censor.NET reports citing Prosecutor General’s spokeswoman Larysa Sarhan's Facebook page.

"Today, Deputy Prosecutor General Yurii Stoliarchuk personally served the head of the Kherson Regional Council with charge papers regarding Manher’s involvement in arranging the murder," said Sarhan.

A group of procedural controllers from the Prosecutor General’s Office and the SBU investigators left for Kherson to serve the charge papers, she added.

"The charge papers have been served at Manher’s place of residence; investigative measures and searches are taking place. The suspect will be taken to Kyiv Pechersk District Court for bail hearing," Sarhan concluded.

Manher to be taken to Kyiv Pechersk District Сourt for bail hearing, searches being held at his place of residence, - Sarhan 01

As reported, Viktor Handziuk, the father of the murdered activist Kateryna Handziuk, accused head of the Kherson Regional Council Vladyslav Manher and head of the Kherson Regional State Administration Andrii Hordieiev in close cooperation with the criminal authority Moskal, who is suspected of organizing the murder.

Kherson City Council executive officer, Kateryna Handziuk, who tried to deal with local separatists and harshly criticized the authorities, namely the law enforcement officials, was doused with acid in Kherson early on July 31.

Aug. 2, she was urgently taken from Kherson to Kyiv by an air ambulance.

Aug. 3, the police detained a person suspected of perpetrating attack on the activist.

Nov. 4, Handziuk reportedly died of a blood clot in a Kyiv-based hospital after long treatment.

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