Office of judge Nikolay Didyk, presiding in the case of Russian GRU employee Yevgeniy Yerofeyev and Alexander Alexandrov was burnt in Goloseyevskiy district at night. This was reported by journalist Iryna Romaliyskaya on Facebook.
According to her, the documents on Alexandrov and Yerofeyev ‘s case were not burned as they were kept in the registry.
"Deputy head of the court Igor Goncharov said that the documents were kept in the registry, there were no documents in the judge’s case," - said Romaliyskaya.
"At 2:45 five people were throwing Molotov cocktails at the judge’s window. They hit the window only for the third time," - said the chief military prosecutor of Ukraine Anatoliy Matios who arrived at the site, according to LIGABusinessInform.
He added that the case of the arson was investigated by Goloseyevskoye police department.
On March 25th the chief military prosecutor Anatoliy Matios said that Russia would do everything possible so that GRU employees Alexander Alexandrov and Yevgeniy Yerofeyev weren’t sentenced.