The Goloseevsky District Court in Kiev sent Vadim Moshkin, a 62-year-old security guard of the polyclinic of the Desnyansky district of Kiev, to a pre-trial detention center for two months in the case of the death of civilians who tried to get into the bomb shelter of the institution. This is reported by Grati.
In court, Moshkin pleaded guilty, but stated that he committed the crime unintentionally. After the air raid, he went to open a bomb shelter in the basement of the polyclinic, and then ran to the entrance to the building to open the doors. At that moment, there was an explosion. According to Moshkin, he simply did not have enough time.
The court also placed the director of the polyclinic Oleg Shugalevich, his deputy Vasily Desik, and the deputy head of the administration of the Desnyansky district of Kyiv, Irina Alekseenko, under house arrest in this case. Alekseenko is charged with official negligence. All three plead not guilty.
We are talking about the attack on Kyiv on the night of June 1. Fragments of one of the rockets fell near a polyclinic in the Desnyansky district, killing three people, including a child. According to eyewitnesses, people tried to get into the shelter and knocked for a long time, but no one opened it for them. The prosecutor's office and the police conducted a search in the Kyiv city administration because of complaints about a closed shelter.