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Murder on Political Grounds: 21-year-old youth killed in Odesa
Apr 23 2009, 11:27
17 April, in the evening a 21-year-old youth was murdered in the downtown of Odesa.
Tatiana Khmelnitskaya, Chief PR inspector at Odesa State Administration of the Ministry of the Interior of Ukraine told our correspondent about it today 21 April, during a telephone conversation.
According to Mrs. Khmelnitskaya, “the murder was committed 17 April, 2009 in the evening about 22:00 on Aleksandrovsky Avenue. The murderer is known. The investigation is going on”.
As the agency was informed at the Social-Nationalistic Assembly (SNA), the young man named Maksim Chaika was a student of the Department of Journalistic at Odesa National Mechnikov University and an activist of Odesa Oblast Organization “Fame and Honour”.
According to the information provided by the Assembly, a “Fame and Honour” activist died 17 April, at about 22:25 from knife wounds received in a fight with the members of the organization calling themselves the antifascists.
“17 April 5 young men, Chaika among them, left the nightclub “Nut” and followed down along Aleksandrovsky Avenue towards Deribasivska Street. Passing through the book market, they came across a group of 7 so called antifascists. Realizing their superiority in number the antifa members rushed on the guys who in their turn repulsed a decent charge. The antifascists decided to apply unfair weapons. One of them took out a knife. There was a second uncontinuous fight after which the antifascists scattered and Maksim Chaika fell down with a knife wound. The knife stab happened to be fatal. In spite of all the attempts to stop the blood, his brethrens could not do it. The ambulance arrived in 20 minutes, and Maksim was delivered in the Raion Hospital with two stab wounds. In twenty minutes after the hospitalization the doctors stated his death. According to the doctors the wounds were not consistent with life”, — they informed in the SNA.
As they informed in the SNA, “there is a video recording of the fight made by the security camera of the book market, by the following morning almost all Antifa members were arrested by the militia”.
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