Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova does not consider activists who organized a demonstration against the completion of the investigation into the murder of Yekaterina Gandzyuk to be human rights activists.
Venediktova wrote about it on Facebook.
“Human rights activists do not shout on the playgrounds, they do not spit in the sandbox, they do not scare retirees … Human rights activists are completely different,” he said. she declared.
At the same time, the attorney general blamed activists who do not trust the investigation, as well as the prosecution and the court.
“There is only one vision of how it should be … 55 volumes of the case – not interested. Do you want the truth?” The process of familiarization with the survey material has started “, summarized Venediktova.
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As noted, on the evening of April 27, the initiative group “Who ordered Katya Gadzyuk?” organized a demonstration against the decision to close the investigation into the murder of the activist.
In particular, several dozen demonstrators installed a portable speaker and chanted “Venediktov, come!” under a house in central Kiev, where activists say the attorney general lives.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru