Krishchenko: police will examine surveillance cameras in Davydenko’s office
Kiev police chief Andrei Krishchenko hopes surveillance cameras will shed light on the death of MP Valery Davydenko.
He said it in a comment to Channel 5.
“The investigation into the violations was carried out by the Kiev police – the Kiev Police Investigation Service. Investigators work on site. Experts work, forensic experts. Dog handlers and technicians into previously formed bombs. “We found it in the office, as we understand it, Bolshaya Vasilkovskaya, 4a. We found him in the room, in his office, “said Krischenko.
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Reminder: Valery Davidenko, 47 years old, was elected deputy of the constituency of 208, it is about Chernihiv. He ran for the self-proclaimed Verkhovna Rada. In December 2019, he became a member of the Trust’s group of deputies. He worked at the Economic Development Commission.
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On May 23, the MP was found dead in his office with a gunshot wound to the head. Initiation of criminal proceedings in the event of death under the section “intentional murder”.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru