Today, November 20, the central court of Mykolaiv has postpone the announcement of sentence on Oksana Makar murder case till November 27. The judges on the case were supposed to announce the sentence today but at the last moment decided to postpone it.

Today's court hearing has gathered many people, including the participants of the case, public figures, journalists and rally organizers. Editor-in-chief and owner of Berliner Tages Zeitun Reiko Opitz also came to court to listen to the sentence, as well as the mother of the victim Tetyana Surovitska.

The defendants on the case Maxim Prysiazhniuk and Artem Pogosian face 14-15 years of imprisonment, while for Evhen Krasnoshchek the prosecutor's office demands life sentence.


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