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Visafreiheit und Kampf gegen Korruption. The fact that Yatzenko's murder was captured on video was unknown to the public until a court session on 29 October The unedited video of the murder was shown as part of a large presentation by the prosecution, causing shock in the gallery.
The court agreed with the prosecution that the video was genuine, that it showed Suprunyuk attacking the victim and that Sayenko was the man behind the camera.
The video showing the murder of Sergei Yatzenko was leaked to a shock site based in the United States and dated 4 December Ekaterina Levchenko, adviser to Ukraine's minister of the interior, was critical of the leak but admitted that control of videos on the Internet was "virtually impossible".
On 11 February , the court in Dnipropetrovsk found Sayenko and Suprunyuk guilty of premeditated murder and sentenced both to life imprisonment.
Hanzha, who was not involved in the killings, was found guilty of robbery and sentenced to nine years in prison. Hanzha said of Sayenko and Suprunyuk: "If I had known the atrocities that they were capable of committing, I would have not gone near them at gunpoint.
The court's verdict was several hundred pages long and read out over two days. The lawyers for Sayenko and Suprunyuk announced their intention to appeal, saying that the authenticity of the photographic and video evidence was not established beyond reasonable doubt.
The claim was dismissed by Edmund Saakian, a lawyer for one of the victims' families, who commented: "In theory a photo can be faked, but to fake a forty-minute video would require a studio and a whole year.
The parents of Sayenko and Suprunyuk repeated their belief in the innocence of their sons. Vladimir Suprunyuk claimed that Igor had been tortured to extract his confession, with the police covering his head and forcing him to inhale cigarette smoke.
Speaking at a televised press conference, he cited irregularities in the investigation and said that the case against his son was false.
On 18 August , the Supreme Court of Ukraine referred the case back to the Dnipropetrovsk regional court of appeal. The move was welcomed by Igor Sayenko, who stated that it was a step towards clearing his son's name.
A spokesperson for the prosecutor's office said that the decision to refer the case back to the appeal court was procedural, and they were confident that the verdict would be upheld.
The appeal was scheduled for 5 October It was also reported that Igor Sayenko was considering setting up a website about the case.
On 24 November , the Supreme Court of Ukraine upheld the life sentences passed on Sayenko and Suprunyuk in February Hanzha did not appeal against his nine-year sentence.
In April , it was reported that Alexander Hanzha had been released from prison after serving nine years and is married with two children. On 2 August , the Chilean television channel MEGA broadcast a documentary about the case.
Journalist Michele Canale flew to Dnipropetrovsk and interviewed a range of people involved in the case. The parents of Sayenko and Suprunyuk maintained the innocence of their children, while detectives involved in the case gave their recollections and repeated the lack of confirmation for the theory that the murder videos had been shot as snuff films for sale overseas.
Lidia Mikrenischeva, an elderly woman who survived a hammer attack and helped to identify the killers in court, was also interviewed.
She recalled being struck on the head from behind and falling to the ground, but her life was saved when the dogs accompanying her barked loudly and scared off the attackers.
Natalia Ilchenko, the mother of the first known victim Ekaterina Ilchenko, recalled finding her daughter unrecognizable after the hammer attack and commented that the killers should not be compared to animals because they killed for fun.
The documentary was notable for showing a wide range of previously unseen photographs and video material from the case.
From an anonymous source, the filmmakers obtained a longer and unedited version of the mobile phone video showing the murder of Sergei Yatzenko on 12 July Sayenko and Suprunyuk are seen standing at the woodland roadside next to their Daewoo Lanos taxi, waiting for a suitable victim to arrive and discussing what they are going to do.
At one point, Suprunyuk is seen looking through binoculars for any approaching vehicles. He can also be seen posing with a hammer, which he conceals inside a yellow plastic bag.
After 20 minutes, Sergei Yatzenko arrives on a bicycle and is knocked to the ground before the attack in the woods next to the road begins.
Yatzenko's children were asked to take part in the documentary, but they declined. According to the commentary, at least five more murder videos are known to exist.
The documentary also showed brief excerpts from a five-minute video of the murder of another victim of the maniacs, an unidentified man.
At one point in the video, the killers comment that the man has a gold tooth. The man was killed with blows to the head and a knife, with some of his personal belongings taken as trophies.
The documentary also showed a video recording of Sayenko's confession, in which he admits that robbery was a motive for some of the killings.
A video of Hanzha was also shown, with his face bruised after an alleged beating by the police.
Michele Canale attempted to obtain an interview with the killers in prison but was denied by the Ukrainian authorities. A range of motives for the killings was examined, and it was concluded that despite the court verdict, there are still unanswered questions about the case.
The attacks, which involved a mallet and knife, began in December Both were arrested after a video recording showing a female body being mutilated with a knife was found on a camera belonging to Lytkin's uncle, who had become suspicious.
According to media reports, the youths were influenced by reading about the Dnepropetrovsk maniacs on the Internet. A psychiatric examination found them sane, and they told doctors they chose weak people as their victims.
On 2 April , Anoufriev was sentenced to life imprisonment, and Lytkin to 24 years in prison. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Dnepropetrovsk maniacs. Ukraine portal. English-language media coverage of this case almost invariably used the spelling "Dnepropetrovsk".
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Archived from the original on 24 August Many clinical studies have proved this, such as those of the work groups led by Prof. Beger in Germany and of Prof.
Zemskov in Ukraine with pancreatic cancer Gansauge , Gansauge , Gansauge , Zemskov , as well as groups led by Prof.
Bondar in Ukraine with colon cancer Susak , Bondar Neoadjuvant before surgery use of Ukrain can induce encapsulation of tumours as revealed the studies by the researchers of Grodno Medical University Grodno, Belarus in breast cancer U glyanica a , U glyanica b , U glyanica c , U glyanica d , U glyanica e , U glyanica f , U gl y ani c a , incapsulation.
Ukrain is the first and only anticancer drug which accumulates in cancer cells minutes after administration.
In contrast to chemotherapy the drug destroys only cancer cells by inducing apoptosis programmed cell death while leaving healthy cells undamaged.
At therapeutic dose the product has no appreciable adverse effects and does not damage healthy cells but only attacks cancer cells.
Due to its very high therapeutic index of — in contrast to common cytostatics with a low TI of 1. Ukrain also does not cause necroses with intramuscular administration.
This drug has been approved as standard anticancer medication in some countries of Europe and Asia for example, Ukraine: first approval on October 18, , , re-approval on September 2, , ; United Arab Emirates: registration no.
As noted above, through its antiangiogenic properties this medicine encapsulates tumours, thereby making them accessible to surgery.
If possible, it is recommended to reduce the tumour burden within days after the start of therapy. The destruction of cancer cells with Ukrain is dose dependent.
The higher the dose the more cancer cells are killed. Tumour degradation products such as amino acids, milk acid and others can release and induce transient local pain which can be treated with local sodium hydrogen carbonate compresses or oral intake of small quantities of sodium hydrogen carbonate solution baking soda on knife top approx.
At small doses, this preparation has an immune-modulating effect and significantly enhances malignotoxic activity of macrophages, lymphocytes and NK-cells against various cancer cells, i.
Due to these immune effects it improves the general condition of patients and is used to treat viral diseases.
It is recommended to administer small doses of Ukrain immediately after surgery during days, 5 mg a day.
It helps to regenerate the immune function, improve wound healing and rehabilitation and to prevent keloid scarring. For successful treatment large doses of Ukrain should be alternated with small ones: large doses destroy tumours, small doses help to eliminate tumour degradation products.
Therefore alternate doses are used in the course of Ukrain therapy, e. Monday 5 mg - Thursday 20 mg, or 5 — 30 mg, 5 — 40 mg, twice a week, with a two-day break after a small dose and a three-day break after a large one.
There are reports on tumour regression after 10 day course of in-patient Ukrain therapy at a daily dose of 20 mg intravenously.
The mechanism of action of Ukrain has been tested on more than cancer cell lines so far, including cisplatin-resistant lines, but also on normal cell lines.
Ukrain has been proven to be effective against all cancer lines whereas normal lines were unaffected. While every effort has been made to follow citation style rules, there may be some discrepancies.
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