Source Pravda.Ru

Andrei Lubenski: Driver and security guard of Ukrainian Supreme Rada’s speaker murdered or killed in an accident

On Tuesday, information agencies spread a discrepant piece of information about the murder (or a mysterious death) of the driver and a security guard of Ukrainian Parliament speaker Ivan Plusch.

It is being reported that their bodies have been found in the morning, not far from a water park, or, according to some other sources, in one of Kiev morgues (while it is not known how they have got there). The Internet edition of proUA (www.proua.com), referring to information of the Kiev office of Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs, reports the killed people have been found not far from a house in Popudrenko Street. Experts did not find any signs of a violent death (or even it could be a poisoning that needs special tests to be proved). Nobody seems to know any details of the incident. It is not even clear whether it had been a crime or the two people died as a result of a tragic accident. The investigation very possibly will clear up the situation.

Andrei Lubenski PRAVDA.Ru Ukraine

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