Savchenko: We have no Yanukovych, and you will not have Putin soon.

Ukrainian aviatrix Nadia Savchenko, who is held in Voronezh, in the courtroom hoped that Putin’s regime is about to collapse.
She stated this on Wednesday, Hromadske TB reports.
“You do not have justice, you do not have the law. Thank God that we no longer have Yanukovych, we believe that you will not have Putin soon,” she said.
At the same time, Savchenko said that she was in Russia from June 24, and not since June 30, as is indicated in the investigation.
According to her lawyer Mark Feigin, the investigation has no evidence against his client. “At each of our argument about evidence, obtained by the protection in Ukraine, helpless bleating …” he wrote on Twitter.
As defender of the Ukrainian Nikolai Polozov adds the investigation did not give any information about Savchenko’s involvement in the death of Kornelyuk and Voloshin, only allegations: “Protection insists on changing the measure of restraint from custody to bail.”
“I do not plead guilty, did not kill journalists … I am a soldier of Ukraine and was doing my job. How foreigners can decide how I should defend the Motherland?” Polozov quotes Savchenko’s statement in court.
At the moment, a break is announced in the court hearing.

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