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The court representatives told ITAR-TASS that four detainees were sentenced to 60 days of arrest. They may also go bail: three of them may be released for about $15,000, and the fourth — for $7,500.
However, relatives of the detainees told ITAR-TASS that they attempted through the lawyers to convince the prosecution to free them from accusations or to adjudge them home arrest.
The arrested were involved in the occupation of Kharkiv Oblast administration overnight to Monday. After a day, the police carried out a special raid and detained 65 people. All of them are suspected in violating the Ukrainian Criminal Code article on mass unrest.