Transcarpathian Security Service charges Ratushniak henchman with attacks in Uzhgorod
The Office of the Security Service of Ukraine in Transcarpathian region believes that Serhiy Ratushniak's henchman Pavlo Fedaka may be involved in the terrorist attacks in Uzhgorod - namely the explosion of grenades on the night of November 13.
The fact that he is charged with the organization of high-profile incidents was disclosed by Fedaka himself on his facebook.
"The SSU of Ukraine Office in Transcarpathian region initiated investigative proceedings against me on suspicion of the organization of a terrorist act under Article 258, Part 1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
I am charged with the organization of bombing of three cars belonging to distributors of blood money for a candidate for the mayor of Uzhgorod Bogdan Andriyiv" - Pavlo Fedaka says.
Also, Fedaka complains that the case is "falsified."
Recall that in the night of Friday, November 13, explosions occurred in three yards in Uzhgorod - city council members Mandych and Danch and an Uzhgorod resident Savytsky. They all were involved in the election campaign of Bogdan Andriyiv.
Pavlo Fedaka, the chief editor of the newspaper "Trybuna", is known in Uzhgorod as a person who works for Serhiy Ratushniak, who was also a candidate for the mayor of Uzhgorod and lost to Andriyiv in the second round.