A criminal investigative team considers a version of involvement of more than six people in the murder of human rights activist, lawyer Iryna Nozdrovska. The Ukrainian News Agency learnt this from a well-informed source within law enforcement bodies. "We investigate into a version that involves more than six people in the murder, but the suspicion was served only to one person," the source said. The source to whom the Ukrainian News Agency talked also said that the forensic team continued working on tests of footprints found near the place where Nozdrovska's body was dumped into the river. The forensic results on that evidence are yet to come. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the Kyiv Court of Appeal reiterated an earlier ruling of the Vyshhorod District Court remanding in custody a suspect in the murder of lawyer and human rights activist Iryna Nozdrovska, Yurii Rossoshanskyi. The court arrested Rossoshanskyi for 60 days.