DRASIUS KEDYS FOUND DEADVeröffentlicht: 21. April 2010
They say he’s dead.That’s all I could find: (Thanks to alfa.lt, all my information I show here in this post is from that site)
“Folk hero Kedys, allegedly, found dead
The folk hero Drasius Kedys, who allegedly had shot two people in Kaunas and was on the run since then, was found dead some 30 km from Kaunas on 18 April. Media reports that his relatives identified the body. The Acting General Prosecutor Raimondas Petrauskas said to LNK TV news that the found body could be that of Drasius Kedys, but he gave 90 per cent.
The story that shook and stirred all Lithuania was one of the most followed events since the crime was committed at the beginning of October 2009. Drasius Kedys allegedly shot Kaunas judge Jonas Furmanavicius and few hours later 29 years old Violeta Naruseviciene was found dead in her home. Media immediately spotted a link between those killings and Drasius Kedys. Kedys was accusing the judge and a few other men of sexually molesting his little daughter. He also accused Violeta Naruseviciene, sister of his former girlfriend, in cooperating with those men.
In August 2009 delfi.lt news portal reported that Kedys had sent out almost 200 letters with DVD discs containing his daughter’s story about what three men had done to her. The men accused of paedophilia and child molesting included Furmanavicius and Andrius Usas. Among recipients of the letters were about a dozen of parliamentarians, Lithuanian members of the European Parliament, all political parties, the media and officials. The English-language letter and the girl’s story with subtitles was also sent to Members of the European Parliament.
Officially Drasius Kedys was still on the run. Lithuanian police issued his international arrest warrant. At first media reported that he might be hiding in Russia, then Britain and recently the Spanish police announced about his search.
The case is still pending since the main suspect could not be questioned. The popular support for the farther that was fighting against an alleged institutionalised paedophile ring grew enormously. Drasius Kedys’ popularity was equal to Lithuania’s President Dalia Grybauskaite, who tops all the ratings. The popular support converted itself into accusations of the Prosecutors Office being ‘on the side of paedophiles’.
Groups of hundred people demonstrated in the front of Prosecutors Offices in various Lithuanian cities. It is thought that one of the main reasons behind the General Prosecutor Valantinas resignation was Kedys case. The Children Rights Protection Ombudsmen Salaseviciute was also asked to leave her post mainly because of the society’s anger towards her.”
Is that all true? Who has more Info?