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  1. 1. OPEN DIALOG FOUNDATION Open Dialog Foundation, 11a Szucha Avenue, office 21, 00-580 Warsaw, Poland Tel. + (48) 22 307 11 22 www.odfoundation.eu Warsaw, 11 March, 2014 Ukraine: more than 100 people have been killed since the beginning of the conflict; approximately 300 are considered missing The Ukrainian revolution that began as a peaceful rally in support of the country's European integration (the EuroMaidan), and later transformed into massive anti-government protests, resulted in an armed clash between protesters and police officers. The police purposefully opened fire on participants of the protests. The exact number of casualties is still to be determined. The mass rallies in support of Ukraine's European integration began on 21 November 2013. After the violent dispersal of activists on Independence Square on the night of 31 November, 2013, the mass anti-government protests began. The fundamental unwillingness of the country's leadership to accept the demands of protesters led to a gradual escalation of the conflict. The height of the confrontations fell on 18-20 February 2014. At that time, dozens of people were killed in Kiev – both protesters and police officers. It is worth mentioning that the circumstances surrounding the death of the protesters differed significantly at various stages of the conflict. During the events of 18-19 February, 2014, most of the reported casualties resulted from beatings and multiple gunshot wounds. On the other hand, on 20 February, 2014, many activists were killed by single gunshot wounds to the head, neck or heart. This suggests that shots were fired with the sole purpose of killing. In addition, the law enforcement agencies also used snipers. Targeted shots were fired on unarmed protesters (and even medical workers). A demonstrative example is the case of a 21-year-old medical volunteer, Olesya Zhukovskaya. On 20 February, 2014, a sniper shot her in the neck. Thanks to timely medical assistance, activists managed to save the girl’s life1 . Currently, investigators are striving to determine the identities of persons involved in the shooting of protesters in Kiev (including the events of 20 February 2014). Thus far, no official results of the investigation have been announced. Presently, there are at least three versions of what happened: 1. The People's Deputy of Ukraine, General-Lieutenant Gennadiy Moskal, stated that, according to the information obtained by him, “members of special operation units of the internal troops of Ukraine and the special unit ‘Omega’ were involved in the shooting (...). Former first deputy of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Russian Federation assisted in the preparation of special operations. “The assistance in the preparation of special operations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Security Service of Ukraine was rendered by former first deputy of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Russian Federation who lived in the ‘Kiev’ hotel (the expenses connected with his accommodation and meals were covered by the Security Service of Ukraine). The Ukrainian authorities engaged a specialist from Russia. All the personal data of the Russian citizen will be provided to the General Prosecutor's Office, and the extent of his guilt will be determined by the investigation”2 , Gennadiy Moskal stated. 1 http://ipress.ua/news/21richna_divchynavolonter_pomerla_vid_kulovogo_poranennya_v_shyyu_48354.html 2 http://www.pravda.com.ua/rus/news/2014/02/24/7016050/
  2. 2. www.odfoundation.eu 2. The incumbent head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Arsen Avakov, reported that a third, non-Ukrainian, party participated in the shooting of protesters in Kiev. “An extensive and serious investigation is underway in this case. I think the day will come when we will be able to announce the facts: who took part in the shooting, when people were shooting, and who gave the order to do so. These facts are now being gathered together into a single comprehensive network. There is one thing I can say for sure: the key factor in the conflict which resulted in the bloodshed in Kiev and turned the country upside down, was a third force. And this force came from outside of Ukraine”3 , the minister enunciated. Gennadiy Moskal denied this version of developments. In his opinion, the current leadership of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Security Service of Ukraine are striving to rebuild the reputation of these agencies and therefore point to the potential involvement of a ‘third party’4 . 3. According to the investigation conducted by Ukrainian journalists, members of Ukrainian organised criminal groups, mercenary snipers, former leaders of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and even the Russian Federal Security Service were involved in the shooting of protesters in Kiev. In particular, journalists reported the involvement in the bloody events in Kiev of Aleksey Chebotarev – the leader of an organised criminal group engaged in large-scale clandestine manufacture of alcoholic beverages. According to journalists, Chebotarev's people provoked the dispersal of the Maidan on 31 November, 2014 and the events on Bankovskaya Street on 1 December 2013. Chebotarev was also involved in the payment of ‘bonuses’ to the officers of ‘Berkut’ Special Forces and internal troops of Ukraine for their work performed. During the sanguinary events in Kiev (throughout all three months of the conflict) he had the power to coordinate the actions of ‘Berkut’ and ‘Titushky’ [the hired provocateurs]. Chebotarev also rewarded police management with bonuses for their activities. He also has direct and friendly relations with the former Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Vitaliy Zakharchenko. Earlier, the son of politician Anatoliy Gritsenko, one of the leaders of the Automaidan, Aleksey Gritsenko, wrote on his Facebook page that Chebotarev's gang was involved in kidnappings of the Maidan activists and hiring of ‘Titushky’. Aleksey Chebotarev had his ‘cover’ in the Security Service of Ukraine – the head of the Department for the Protection of National Statehood, General Sergey Ganzha. On 20 February 2014, on Institutskaya Street, where snipers killed most of the protesters, Sergey Pankov was detained by the Maidan activists. As it transpired, Pankov was involved in Aleksey Chebotarev's OCG and, supposedly, he could have worked as a sniper during the shooting of protesters5 ,6 . The names of 112 people (including the law enforcement officers) killed in Kiev and the regions of Ukraine as a result of the events associated with the EuroMaidan have been published so far. 101 of them participated in the anti-government protests (Annex 1). Civil society activists say that the death toll is far higher. For example, among the members of the anti-government protests, 3 http://www.pravda.com.ua/rus/news/2014/03/4/7017541/ 4 http://zn.ua/UKRAINE/moskal-snaypery-sbu-i-mvd-na-maydane-rasstrelivali-ne-tolko-protestuyuschih-no-i-milicionerov-140600_.html 5 http://censor.net.ua/resonance/272619/krovavaya_boyinya_v_kieve_snayipery_i_berkut_rabotali_za_dengi_opg 6 http://crime.in.ua/statti/20131205/agentura-lubianki
  3. 3. www.odfoundation.eu approximately 300 people are still considered missing7 . Thus, the number of fatalities among the protesters may still increase significantly. It should be also taken into account that during the conflict, the media reported on unidentified bodies, discovered in Kiev and near the city:  According to unconfirmed information, on 22 January, 2014, in the forest near Kiev, another body (with signs of torture) was discovered next to the body of Yuriy Verbytskyi8 .  On 21 January, 2014, one protester died after falling from the colonnade of the ‘Dinamo’ stadium9 .  According to the commandant's office and the medical workers of the EuroMaidan, on 22 January, 2014, two more activists (in addition to Sergey Nigoyan and Mikhail Zhiznevskiy) were killed on Hrushevskoho Street. Their bodies were taken away by police officers10 .  On 18 February, 2014, a decapitated body was discovered in the centre of Kiev11 .  On 19 February, 2014, two people died during the fire in the House of Trade Unions in Kiev. One of them was identified thanks to applied expertise – his name was Volodymyr Topiy. The identity of the second victim remains unknown12 . Also, the names of 11 deceased police officers and internal troops (Annex 2) were made public. However, this number may also increase significantly. On 21 February, 2014, the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine reported the death of 16 officers of military services. The Ministry also reported that 130 law enforcement officers had been shot. In total, 410 officers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs have been hospitalised since 18 February 201413 . In general, during the clashes in Kiev and the regions of Ukraine, at least 113 people were killed, 112 of which were identified. Among the victims are five citizens of other countries (Georgia – 3, Russia – 1, and Belarus – 1). The largest number of casualties were residents of Lvov Province (19 people) and Kiev Province (15 people). A detailed infographic of the victims can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/EvromaidanSOS/photos/a.335318776609138.1073741827.335278196 613196/385107068296975/?type=1&theater The Open Dialog Foundation hereby calls on the Ukrainian authorities to carry out an objective and comprehensive investigation into the crimes committed by all parties to the conflict during the events associated with the EuroMaidan. In order to ensure the transparency and objectivity of the investigation, both Ukrainian civil society experts and international experts should be engaged in the proceedings. 7 http://portal.lviv.ua/news/2014/02/24/120100.html 8 http://www.pravda.com.ua/news/2014/01/22/7010792/ 9 http://www.pravda.com.ua/news/2014/01/22/7010712/ 10 http://gazeta.ua/articles/politics/_u-zitknennyah-na-grushevskogo-5-zagiblih-i-300-postrazhdalih-oleg-musij-/537833 11 http://ura-inform.com/uk/politics/2014/02/18/mimo-rady-pronesli-obezglavlennyj-trup-aktivista-foto 12 http://zik.ua/ua/news/2014/03/04/vnaslidok_pozhezhi_v_budynku_profspilok_u_kyievi_zagynuly_dvoie_lyudey_467405 13 http://fakty.ictv.ua/images/index/read-news/id/1504972
  4. 4. www.odfoundation.eu Annex 1 The death toll of protesters: No. Name Date of death Additional information 1 Serhiy Mazurenko 22.11.2014 41 years old, a programmer from Kiev. Died in hospital after being beaten by the officers of law enforcement authorities 2 Mikhailo Zhiznevskiy 22.01.2014 25 years old, citizen of the Republic of Belarus, lived in Belaya Tserkov (Kiev region). He died during the assault on Hrushevskoho Street due to a perforating wound in the heart caused by a hunting bullet. 3 Serhiy Nigoyan 22.01.2014 20 years old, Dnipropetrovsk region. Died during the assault on Hrushevskoho Street due to three gunshot wounds caused by buckshot – to the head, neck and chest.
  5. 5. www.odfoundation.eu 4 Yuriy Verbytskyi 21/22.01.2014 49 years old, candidate of physical and mathematical sciences, Lviv. Kidnapped by unknown assailants from the Alexandr Hospital in Kiev. His body was discovered on 22.01.2014 in the forest near Kiev with signs of torture. 5 Roman Senyk 25.01.2014 44 years old, Lviv region. Died in hospital in Kiev. On 22.01.2014, during the assault on Hrushevskoho Street, he received a severe gunshot wound to the shoulder and lost a lot of blood. 6 Viktor Homyak 27.01.2014 55 years old, Volyn region. His body was discovered hanging from the metal structure of a Christmas tree at the Independence Square. According to eyewitnesses, the body showed signs of torture.
  6. 6. www.odfoundation.eu 7 Bohdan Kalynyak 28.01.2014 52 years old, entrepreneur, Ivano- Frankivsk region. Died of pneumonia caused by hypothermia on Independence Square. 8 Serhiy Synenko 13.02.2014 Activist of Euromaidan from Zaporozhye. Burned alive in his car. According to preliminary information, the fire started due an unknown person shooting at the petrol tank of the car. 32 years old, programmer,
  7. 7. www.odfoundation.eu 9 Serhiy Bondarev 18.02.2014 Donetsk region. Died in Kiev from four gunshot wounds. 10 Volodymyr Boykiv 18.02.2014 59 years old, Kiev. Died in Kiev from gunshot wounds. 11 Valeriy Brezdenyuk 18.02.2014 50 years old, artist, Vinnytsia region. Shot in the back on Independence Square in Kiev.
  8. 8. www.odfoundation.eu 12 Vyacheslav Veremiy 18.02.2014 32 years old, journalist of the newspaper ‘Vesti’, Kiev. Killed by unknown assailants in the central district of Kiev. 13 Maxim Horoshishin 18.02.2014 25 years old, Cherkasy region. Died in Kiev from gas poisoning caused by a grenade. 14 Antonina Dvoryanets 18.02.2014 62 years old, Kiev region. Died in Kiev after being beaten by the police. 15 Serhiy Didych 18.02.2014 44 years old, deputy of Horodenka District Council, Ivano-Frankivsk region. Killed in Kiev by a stun grenade which exploded in close proximity to his neck and pierced one of his arteries.
  9. 9. www.odfoundation.eu 16 Yakiv Zaiko 18.02.2014 73 years old, 1st convocation's National Deputy of Ukraine, Zhitomir. Died from a heart attack while running from ‘Berkut’ officers at Institutskaya Street. 17 Volodymyr Kishchuk 18.02.2014 57 years old, entrepreneur, Kiev region. Died in Kiev due to fractured skull near the neck.
  10. 10. www.odfoundation.eu 18 Andriy Korchak 18.02.2014 49 years old, Lviv region. Died in hospital in Kiev due to rupture of internal organs after being beaten. 19 Volodymyr Kulchytskyi 18.02.2014 64 years old. Died in Kiev from two gunshot wounds – to the heart and stomach. 20 Volodymyr Naumov 18.02.2014 43 years old, activist of the Maidan Self-Defence, Kiev. His body was discovered on the morning of 18.02.2014 on Trukhaniv island in Kiev.
  11. 11. www.odfoundation.eu 21 Oleksandr Kapinos 18.02.2014 29 years old, Ternopil region. Died in Kiev on Hrushevskoho Street due to the explosion of a stun grenade which pierced his artery. 22 Dmitriy Maksimov 18.02.2014 19 years old, silver and bronze Deaflympics medallist (Sofia 2013), Kiev. Had his arm blown off by a grenade during the clashes in Kiev. Died from blood loss. 23 Oleksandr Plekhanov 18.02.2014 22 years old, student. Died in the
  12. 12. www.odfoundation.eu 17th hospital in Kiev from wounds sustained. 24 Vasiliy Prokhorsky 18.02.2014 33 years old, Kiev. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the head. 25 Viktor Prokhorchuk 18.02.2014 39 years old, took part in the mass protests. Found dead displaying signs of violence in one of the courtyards near Independence Square. 26 Ihor Serdyuk 18.02.2014 40 years old, Poltava region. Died
  13. 13. www.odfoundation.eu in Kiev from a shotgun wound to the face sustained during the construction of a barricade. 27 Volodymyr Topiy 18-19.02.2014 58 years old, Lviv region. Died in Kiev during the fire in the House of Trade Unions in Kiev. He was identified by DNA examination. 28 Zurab Khurtsia 18.02.2014 53 years old, citizen of Georgia, killed in Kiev. His body was found on a barricade on Institutskaya Street. 29 Serhiy Shapoval 18.02.2014 45 years old, Kiev. Died in Kiev from two gunshot wounds.
  14. 14. www.odfoundation.eu 30 Vitaliy Vassiltsov 19.02.2014 36 years old, landscape designer. Killed on Velika Zhitomirskaya Street in Kiev by unknown armed assailants. 31 Roman Hurik 19.02.2014 19 years old, student, Ivano- Frankivsk. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the head. 32 Dmytro Pagor 19.02.2014 21 years old, Khmelnitsky region. Died in Khmelnitsky near the building of the Security Service of Ukraine, from where bullets rained down. He sustained a
  15. 15. www.odfoundation.eu gunshot wound to the head, and died in hospital. 33 Yuriy Paskhalin 19.02.2014 29 years old, Cherkasy region. Died in Kiev from three gunshot wounds to the back and one pneumatic injury. 34 Viktor Shvets 19.02.2014 62 years old, Kiev region. Died in Kiev from gunshot wounds.
  16. 16. www.odfoundation.eu 35 Andriy Chernenko 19.02.2014 35 years old. Died in Kiev. 36 Viktor Chernets 19.02.2014 36 years old, Cherkasy region. Died in Podibna, Cherkasy region, from injuries caused by a collision with an unidentified car while guarding an improvised checkpoint on a public highway. 37 Georgiy Arutiunyan 20.02.2014 50 years old, citizen of Georgia, from Rivne (Ukraine). Died in Kiev. 38 Serhiy Baydovsky 20.02.2014 23 years old, Volyn region. Died in Kiev.
  17. 17. www.odfoundation.eu 39 Serhiy Bondarchuk 20.02.2014 44 years old, physics teacher, Khmelnitsky region. Died in Kiev. 40 Oleksiy Bratushka 20.02.2014 38 years old, Sumy. Died in Kiev.
  18. 18. www.odfoundation.eu 41 Bohdan Vaida 20.02.2014 48 years old, Lviv region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound. 42 Nazar Voytovych 20.02.2014 17 years old, student, Ternopil region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the head. 43 Roman Varenytsia 20.02.2014 35 years old, Lviv region. Shot on Velika Zhitomirskaya Street in Kiev by unknown armed assailants.
  19. 19. www.odfoundation.eu 44 Ustym Holodniuk 20.02.2014 19 years old, Ternopil region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the head. 45 Ivan Horodnyuk 20.02.2014 29 years old, entrepreneur, Rivne region. Beaten by ‘Berkut’ forces and struck by water sprayed from a water cannon. Returned home on 19 February and died from complications after the attack. 28 years old, Volyn region. Died in
  20. 20. www.odfoundation.eu 46 Eduard Hrynevych 20.02.2014 Kiev from a gunshot wound. 47 Mykola Dziavulsky 20.02.2014 54 years old, geography teacher, Khmelnitsky region. Died in Kiev on Institutskaya Street from a gunshot wound. 48 Andriy Dyhdalovych 20.02.2014 40 years old, Lviv region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the heart.
  21. 21. www.odfoundation.eu 49 Ihor Dmytriv 20.02.2014 30 years old, Ivano-Frankivsk region. Died in Kiev. 50 Anatoliy Zhalovaha 20.02.2014 33 years old, Lviv region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound. 51 Anatoliy Zherebnyi 20.02.2014 28 years old, Lviv region. Died in Kiev from gunshot wounds to the
  22. 22. www.odfoundation.eu head and neck. 52 Volodymyr Zakharov 20.02.2014 57 years old, IT Specialist. Died during a fire at the office of the Party of Regions in Kyiv. 53 Volodymyr Zubok 20.02.2014 28 years old, Chernihiv region. Died in Kiev. 54 Serhiy Kemsky 20.02.2014 32 years old, politcal expert, Zhytomyr region. Died in Kiev. 55 Anatoliy Korneyev 20.02.2014 53 years old, village head, Havrilovtsy, Khmelnitsky region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the heart.
  23. 23. www.odfoundation.eu 56 Ihor Kostenko 20.02.2014 22 years old, student, Ternopil region. Died in Kiev from gunshot wounds. 57 Yevgeniy Kotlyar 20.02.2014 33 years old, Kharkiv. Died in Kiev. 31 years old, Lviv. Died in Kiev
  24. 24. www.odfoundation.eu 58 Vitaliy Kotsyuba 20.02.2014 from a gunshot wound. 59 Volodymyr Melnychuk 20.02.2014 39 years old, Kiev. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the head. 60 Andriy Movchan 20.02.2014 34 years old, Kiev. Died in Kiev.
  25. 25. www.odfoundation.eu 61 Vasiliy Moisey 20.02.2014 21 years old, student, Volynsk region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound. 62 Serhiy Myhaylovich 20.02.2014 24 years old, Sumy region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the head.
  26. 26. www.odfoundation.eu 63 Valeriy Opanasyuk 20.02.2014 42 years old, Rivne region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound. 64 Volodymyr Pavliuk 20.02.2014 40 years old, Ivano-Frankivsk region. Died in Kiev from four gunshot wounds. 65 Ivan Panteleyev 20.02.2014 32 years old, musician, Donetsk region. Died in Kiev on Institutskaya Street. sustained a gunshot wound to the heart. 66 Mykola Pankiv 20.02.2014 39 years old, Lviv region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the heart.
  27. 27. www.odfoundation.eu 67 Yuriy Parashchuk 20.02.2014 47 years old, Cherkasy region. Died in Kiev on Institutskaya Street from a gunshot wound. 68 Ihor Pehenko 20.02.2014 Kiev region. Died in Kiev from gunshot wounds. 69 Leonid Polyanksy 20.02.2014 38 years old, Vinnitsa region. Died in Kiev.
  28. 28. www.odfoundation.eu 70 Andriy Sayenko 20.02.2014 51 years old, Kiev region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound. 71 Mykola Semisiuk 20.02.2014 27 years old, Khmelnytskyi. Died from a gunshot wound to the head. 72 Vitaliy Smolinsky 20.02.2014 29 years old, Cherkasy region. Died in Kiev. 73 Bohdan Solchanyk 20.02.2014 28 years old, teacher of the Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv region. Died in Kiev. 74 Ivan Tarasyuk 20.02.2014 23 years old, Volyn region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound.
  29. 29. www.odfoundation.eu 75 Igor Tkachuk 20.02.3014 38 years old, Ivano-Frankivsk region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound. 76 Roman Tochin 20.02.2014 45 years old, Lviv region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the head. 77 Ivan (Blek) Tur 20.02.2014 40 years old, entrepreneur, Lviv region. Died in Kiev from a
  30. 30. www.odfoundation.eu gunshot wound. 78 Oleh Ushnevych 20.02.2014 32 years old, Lviv. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound. 79 Olexandr Khrapachenko 20.02.2014 26 years old, theatre director, Rivne. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the head. 54 years old, Kiev region. Died in
  31. 31. www.odfoundation.eu 80 Olexandr Tsariok 20.02.2014 Kiev from a gunshot wound. 81 Volodymyr Chaplinsky 20.02.2014 44 years old, Kiev region. Died in Kiev. 82 Viktor Chmilenko 20.02.2014 52 years old, farmer, Kirovograd region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound.
  32. 32. www.odfoundation.eu 83 Yosyp Shylinh 20.02.2014 61 years old, pensioner, Lviv region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the head. 84 Maxim Shimko 20.02.2014 33 years old, Vinnitsa. Died in Kiev. 85 Oleksandr Shcherbanyuk 20.02.2014 53 years old, Chernivtsi. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the heart.
  33. 33. www.odfoundation.eu 86 David Kipiani 21.02.2014 33 years old, citizen of Georgia. Died in Kiev from gunshot wounds. 87 Anatoliy Kurach 21.02.2014 32 years old, Rivne. Died in Kiev. 88 Andriy Tsepun 21.02.2014 35 years old, Kiev region. Killed by unknown assailants near Kiev.
  34. 34. www.odfoundation.eu 89 Bohdan Ilkiv 22.02.2014 51 years old, Lviv region. Died in Kiev. 90 Maxim Mashkov 22.02.2014 Died in hospital. 91 Lyudmila Sheremet 22.02.2014 75 years old. Died in Khmelnitsky. She sustained a gunshot wound to the head near the building of the Security Service of Ukraine. 92 Oleh (last name unknown) 23.02.2014 Poltava region. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound. 93 Ihor Batchinsky 25.02.2014 30 years old, Kiev region. Died from injuries sustained during clashes in Kiev.
  35. 35. www.odfoundation.eu 94 Mikhailo Kostyshin 26.02.2014 42 years old, Ivano-Frankivsk region. Injured in Kiev on 27.01.2014. Stayed in hospital for almost a month, but did not recover. 95 Vladyslav Zubenko 28.02.2014 23 years old, Kharkiv. Sustained a gunshot wound in Kiev on 20.02.2014 on Institutskaya Street. 96 Ihor Khomenko 02.03.2014 54 years old, commander of the 28th squadron of the ‘Self- Defence Forces of the Maidan’,
  36. 36. www.odfoundation.eu Kiev region. Died from a heart attack. 97 Artem Mazur 03.03.2014 26 years old, Khmelnytskyi. Died in Kiev. Hit by a grenade on 18.02.2014. Remained in a coma for a long time. 98 Ivan Nakonechniy 07.03.2014 83 years old, officer of the naval forces of the USSR, Kiev. Died from injuries sustained during the clashes on Institutskaya Street on 19.02.2014. 99 Vasiliy Sheremet 07.03.2014 64 years old, Ivano-Frankivsk region. Died from injuries sustained during the clashes in Kiev. 100 Taras Slobodian - 31 years old, Ternopil. Kidnapped by unknown assailants in Kiev. His body was discovered in the Sumy
  37. 37. www.odfoundation.eu region with signs of torture. Buried on 5.03.2014 101 Andriy Zhanovachiy - Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the head.
  38. 38. www.odfoundation.eu Annex 2 The death toll of the security forces: No. Name Date of death Additional information 1 Dmytro Vlasenko 18.02.2014 31 years old, Crimean Autonomous Republic, lieutenant, officer of the internal troops, military unit no. 4125. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound. 2 Vitaliy Honcharov 18.02.2014 24 years old, Crimean Autonomous Republic, lieutenant, commander of the special purpose unit ‘Tigr’. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the neck. 3 Oleksiy Ivanenko 18.02.2014 36 years old, Kharkiv, ensign, accompanist musician. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound.
  39. 39. www.odfoundation.eu 4 Ivan Teplyuk 18.02.2014 20 years old, ordinary conscript, internal troops, Chernihiv. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the head. 5 Maxim Tretyak 18.02.2014 20 years old, ordinary conscript, internal troops, Chernihiv. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the neck.
  40. 40. www.odfoundation.eu 6 Vasily Bulitko 19.02.2014 27 years old, senior police sergeant, member of the special unit ‘Berkut’, Kiev. Died in Kiev from a gunshot wound to the head. 7 Volodymyr Yevtushok 19.02.2014 42 years old, senior police lieutenant, road patrol officer, Kiev. Killed in Kiev by unknown assailants during a patrol. 8 Petr Savitsky 19.02.2014 41 years old, lieutenant, road patrol officer, Kiev. Killed in Kiev by unknown assailants during a patrol. 9 Andriy Fediukin 19.02.2014 41 years old, police lieutenant, member of the special unit ‘Berkut’. Died in Kiev. 10 Serhiy Tsvihun 19.02.2014 23 years old, senior police sergeant, member of the special unit ‘Berkut’, Zaporozhye. Died in Kiev. 11 Serhiy Spichak 20.02.2014 Berdyansk
  41. 41. www.odfoundation.eu Sources used in the preparation of the table14 ,15 ,16 ,17 . For more detailed information, please contact: Lyudmyla Kozlovska, Open Dialog Foundation lyudmylakozlovska@odfoundation.eu YD0703143 14 https://www.facebook.com/EvromaidanSOS/posts/718183531555849 15 https://www.facebook.com/nebesnasotnya.com.ua?fref=ts 16 http://life.pravda.com.ua/person/2014/02/21/153011/ 17 http://nebesnasotnya.com.ua/

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