Murder victim's father dies after throwing grenades in court


In November, Kiev police said two men were detained after 6.5 kilogrammes of explosives were found hidden in a auto that was parked near a shopping centre in a densely populated area on the outskirts of the Ukrainian capital.

A dad in Nikopol, Ukraine allegedly detonated two grenades at the murder trial of his son's accused killer.

The man was killed and seven people - the three defendants in the case, two guards, one court employee, and one spectator - were injured and rushed to the hospital, Starchevska said.

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Police said: "The man died on the spot after the explosion".

The man believed to the father of one the murder victims "lobbed" the grenades after court adjourned.


The explosions rocked the courthouse in Nikopol, in the eastern Dnipropetrovsk region, and wounded at least seven people, The Sun reported, citing the Kyiv Post.

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Three defendants were among the wounded, according to police.

The Council of Judges of Ukraine said on Facebook that two blasts occurred.

The suspect stands accused of killing the man's son and one other person after shooting at a auto they were in with an automatic weapon in 2016. "There are dead and injured".

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