Law enforcers to ask Google and Facebook for access to correspondence of killed Sheremet

Law enforcers to ask Google and Facebook for access to correspondence of killed Sheremet

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Ukrainian MP and member of the Interior Ministry Board Anton Herashchenko says that the law enforcers will ask Google and Facebook to perform access to the correspondence of killed journalist Pavlo Sheremet. 

Herashchenko said this on Radio Liberty.

According to him, at present the investigation has recordings of surveillance cameras from the place where Sheremet lived and the route of movement. The officers analyze phone traffic, interrogate relatives and colleagues of the journalist.

"This is laborious work, but I hope that those who ordered a murder and those who did it will be brought to responsibility, as well as it was with those who organized and killed journalist [Georgiy Gongadze]," Anton Herashchenko said.

As reported, journalist Pavlo Sheremet was killed in a car bombing in Ukraine's capital, Kyiv, on Wednesday.

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