Father of three children. What is known about the 23-year-old national guard who was beaten to death by a judge in Kyiv

Father of three children.  What is known about the 23-year-old national guard who was beaten to death by a judge in Kyiv

On the night of May 26, the head of the Makariv district court of the Kyiv region, Oleksiy Tandyr, beat a 23-year-old National Guardsman to death at a checkpoint in the capital. According to UP sources, the driver was drunk – to confirm this, biological samples will be forcibly taken from him for analysis. A man crashed into military man Vadym Bondarenko’s Lexus while he was setting up engineering barriers during the curfew. Vadym Bondarenko was the father of three children – a 2-year-old daughter and two more adopted children. His own father and brother are now fighting on the front lines. The tragedy outraged many Ukrainians. They remember the dead soldier on social networks and demand punishment for the person responsible for the accident. Photo: Ministry of Internal Affairs. The 23-year-old military man served in the National Guard. Before the start of the full-scale invasion, Vadim served in Cherkasy, and then he was transferred to Kyiv. With the beginning of active hostilities, the boy rushed to the front, but his unit was performing important tasks in the capital. He was needed here, says Minister of Internal Affairs Ihor Klymenko. “Vadim is gone today. The National Guardsman died in the line of duty as a result of a tragic road accident at a checkpoint. Vadym is survived by his wife and three children. His father and brother are now protecting Ukraine in the hottest directions. My sincere condolences to his family and friends,” Klymenko wrote. The minister demands fair punishment for the culprit in the road accident. Photo: DBR “Vadim Bondarenko wanted to fight on the front line – with his brother and father. However, the conscript was left in the rear – to stand at a checkpoint. He is survived by his wife and three children: his own daughter and two adopted sons. He was killed by the rude judge Oleksiy Tandyr”, – also written by Denis Sokolov. We will remind you that the tragic accident happened in Kyiv on the night of May 26. Oleksiy Tandyr knocked down Vadym Bondarenko at the checkpoint, and the soldier was pronounced dead on the spot. According to Bihus.Info, after learning about the death of a military man, the judge began to tell that he was not the one behind the wheel, but that the driver allegedly ran away. The judge was detained, but he refused to take an alcohol and drug test, even though he had external signs of intoxication and scattered bottles in the car. Then the court decided to take the samples forcibly. Investigators claim that Tandyr is trying to use tricks to delay the investigation and make mistakes in registration. However, the relatives of the deceased plan to seek a fair punishment. “During the curfew, our serviceman was attacked. It happened while performing his duties at the checkpoint. The serviceman died on the spot. We will definitely monitor the progress of the investigation and ensure that the culprit receives punishment and the investigation is as objective as possible,” the officer of the information and communications group of the 25th brigade of the OGP named after Prince Askold NSU said in a comment to Bihus.Info. A pre-trial investigation in criminal proceedings has been initiated under the article of violation of the rules of road traffic safety or operation of transport by persons under the influence of alcohol, drugs or other intoxication, if they caused the death of the victim (Part 3 of Article 286-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine). The sanction of the article provides for punishment in the form of deprivation of liberty for a term of up to 10 years. The case is being handled by the State Bureau of Investigation. Also, the Makariv District Court, where Judge Tandyr works, said that it will assist in the investigation of the accident and “in case of confirmation of information about the presence of aggravating circumstances, it will contact the bodies of judicial administration for appropriate response.” Read also: Bottles were lying in the car: details of a high-profile accident involving a judge have emerged

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