Leader of Kharkov "Oplota" killed in the Moscow region
Information Agency TASS with reference to law enforcement officers of the Moscow region, reports that one of the most active critics of the “Maidan” Yevgeny Zhilin was killed in the Moscow region. He was the leader of the Ukrainian organization "Oplot", which made efforts to oppose the law-cutters and other Maidan puppets, who spoke out as a labor force of the anti-constitutional coup.
Evgeny Zhilin and Alexander Zakharchenko
As reported in the Main Investigation Department of the IC in the Moscow region, armed with firearms weapons Unknown entered the cafe Odintsovo district. At that moment, Sergey Zhilin dined at the cafe. Zhilin was killed by several shots. Another person who was with him at one table (his name was not reported) was seriously wounded and was hospitalized. There is a guard at his chamber.
The criminal managed to escape from the scene.
GUS UK in the Moscow region reports the initiation of criminal proceedings. Reports of investigative measures to identify criminals and his accomplices. In the Odintsovo district near Moscow introduced the plan "Interception".
Antimaidannaya work in Ukraine (in Kharkov) Yevgeny Zilin is worked out as one of the possible motives for the murder. The investigation does not exclude other versions.
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