The suspect in the murder of a Security Service of Ukraine officer was detained in Transcarpathia (PHOTOS)

27 March 2015 11:37  11495234 096228
The suspect in the murder of a Security Service of Ukraine officer was detained in Transcarpathia (PHOTOS)

According to the Security Service of Ukraine Office in Transcarpathian region, citing the head of the SSU adviser Markiyan Lubkivsky, the suspect in the murder of Captain of the Security Service of Ukraine Victor Mandzyk - Denis Gordeev - was arrested by a special counterintelligence group of the Security Service jointly with the Office of the Security Service of Ukraine in Transcarpathian region, as a result of complex and risky special operation.

"The head of the Security Service Valentyn Nalyvaychenko reported to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko about the detention of a citizen of Ukraine Denis Gordeev, who is suspected of murdering Captain of the Security Service Victor Mandzyk," Lubkivsky wrote.

He added: "According to Nalyvaychenko, the arrest of the killer of our colleague was, as the President stressed, a matter of honor for the Security Service and the duty to the family of Victor."

Gordeev was detained by a special counterintelligence group of the Security Service jointly with the Office of the Security Service of Ukraine in Transcarpathian region, as a result of complex and risky special operation.

The detainee had a TT gun and ammunition to it - the officers were seriously risking!

The detainee was hiding from law enforcement, secretly moved through Ukraine and planned to make false documents to go abroad.

 

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Anton Gerashchenko - the Advisor to the Minister of Internal Affairs - on his Facebook page also reported on the prominent event, adding that the suspect in the murder of Mandzyk was a former assistant of one the MPs.

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