The Pechersky district court of Kyiv put a doctor from the 25th airmobile brigade, Yana Dugar, who the investigation considers involved in the murder of journalist Pavlo Sheremet, under round-the-clock house arrest in Novomoskovsk, Dnipropetrovsk region, until February 8, 2020. The court also ordered Dugar to surrender her passports, arrive at the investigator upon request and refrain from communicating with suspects and witnesses in the case. According to investigators, Dugar carried out reconnaissance near the house of Sheremet and photographed surveillance cameras around a future crime scene on a mobile phone. The woman is suspected under part 3 of article 28 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (commission of a crime by a group of persons by prior conspiracy). She faces from 10 years to life imprisonment. As ex-MP Oksana Korchinska stated at the court, at the time of Sheremet’s murder in July 2016, Dugar was in the military unit, and when her photo was taken for expertise, she was actually abroad. The same information was provided by the defense of the military. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKRe3yBWMCs The people's deputy from European Solidarity, the ATO participant Yana Zinkevich participating in the hearing announced her readiness to bail Dugar, but the court refused this. QHA media reported, that yesterday, Zinkevich provided an alibi for Dugar. She published a certificate of Dugar’s participation in the ATO at the time the Sheremet murder was committed. It should be noted that yesterday Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said that suspects in the murder of journalist Pavlo Sheremet were detained. Soon their names became known - this is the physician Yulia Dugar, musician and participant of the ATO Andriy Antonenko, the surgeon of the Okhmatdet children's hospital and the volunteer Yulia Kuzmenko and the family of ATO participants, Vladislav and Inna Hrishchenko. Antonenko called the accusations against him a bunch of nonsense and could not imagine why they accused him. In turn, the command of the Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces positively characterized Antonenko, who is now serving in the command of the Special Operation Forces.