Contents tagged with Tsemakh

  • Ukraine releases another witness of the MH17 crash

    The Ukrainian court released from custody ex-militant of Donetsk People’s Republic Aleksandr Nevedrov, who guarded pieces of MH17 Boeing 777  which was shot down over the Donbas in 2014. The court gave him a suspended sentences of 5 years, reports news outlet citing the materials of the court.

    Nevedrov was arrested in February in Toretsk and was accused of involvement in an illegal armed groups. Nevedrov had admitted his guilt.

    He was born in Yenakiieve. Since 2002 he was convicted five …

  • Ukrainian President Zelensky pardons 12 Russians for prisoner exchange

    Russian lawyer Valentin Rybin said that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky signed pardon decrees for at least 12 Russian citizens convicted in Ukraine, reports Interfax.

    "The decrees to pardon 12 Russian convicts, who have already been brought from penitentiaries and are gathered at the centers for persons on the exchange list, are issued. I believe that this is a preparation for the beginning of the exchange procedure. The Ukrainian side has fulfilled almost all its obligations achieved …

  • Ukrainian court releases MH17 plane crash suspect

    On Thursday, September 5, the Kyiv Court of Appeals decided to release from custody Vladimir Tsemakh, who is suspected of involvement in the crash of flight MH-17 in the Donbass in 2014, reported TSN.

    The former militant was released under a personal obligation.

    Thus, the judge overturned the decision of the Shevchenko court to extend Tsemakh's detention until October 20 next year.

    "To apply to the suspect Tsemakh Vladimir Borisovich a measure of restraint in the form of a personal …

  • Dutch investigators want to interrogate MH-17 catastrophe suspect detained in Ukraine

    Russia wants to exchange the former DPR anti-air commander for Ukrainian political prisoners because he knows too much about Russia’s crimes in the Donbas.

    Tsemakh’s testimony to the Dutch investigators will be different to the propaganda videos that he used to feature in.

    Dutch investigators from the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) would like to question Vladimir Tsemakh, a former anti-air commander for the Russia-controlled Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) terrorist group. Tsemakh is a …