The first eight cases were considered in June, including one filed by Dmitry Shkrebets, a resident of Yalta, the father of Yegor Shkrebts. The man actively spoke in the media and social networks, stating that from the very beginning of the tragedy, «the death of sons was obvious to many.»
I talked with two guys who were next to my son at the time of the explosion, and with many others … I accepted this reality with my mind, although my heart still refused to believe. We could neither order a memorial service with a liturgy, nor sing a funeral service, we do not have the bodies of our sons, and to continue to deny the obvious and just wait for something is a sophisticated self-torture. The court on the recognition of my son as dead […] passed 11 June, 11 July a death certificate was issued, on August 1 I received it in Sevastopol , — D. Shkrebets wrote on November 4 on the social network Vkontakte.