An official expert said certain evidence in the Gongadze case should be considered “classified.” As a result, access to the courtroom will henceforth be restricted. Lessia Gongadze’s two lawyers, Andriy Fedur and Volodymyr Prykhodko, will have to request authorisation to
attend the next few hearings, at which this supposedly classified evidence will be discussed.
The two lawyers meanwhile asked the court to grant an adjournment to allow them time to examine the conclusions of the Munich Institute experts who examined Gongadze’s body on 25 January. Lessia Gongadze will also be allowed to see their findings.
The trial was adjourned until further notice.