The authors of the page “For the Ukrainian Church”, close to “Patriarch” Filaret, reported that they intended to send a request to Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople about the participation in the fatal accident of the Phanar cleric in Ukraine Alexander Efremenko, subdeacon of “Exarch” Mikhail Anishchenko.
As previously reported, 05/25/2022 at about 21:28, on the Kyiv-Odessa highway 22 km, towards Kyiv, a driver, very similar to Alexander Efremenko (Chevrolet Epica car), hit a bump stop. As a result, two passengers, namely Volodymyr and Ruslana Volochay, after their injuries died on the spot. The third passenger was hospitalized in the Kyiv regional hospital with numerous injuries. In the blood of the driver, alcohol was found to be 0.77 ppm, with an allowable 0.2. The criminal proceedings was registered under Art. 286 Ch. 3.
Efremenko is also the head of the “CHAPELLANCE DEVELOPMENT FUND”, registered on 06/03/2020, through which funds supposedly for the development of chaplaincy also passed. And one of the co-founders is just the deceased Vladimir Volochay.
“Efremenko is a deacon in the stauropegion of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, serves together with the exarch in St. Andrew’s Church, receives visitors. Even after this event, he is free, calmly further presents himself as a great church figure.
At first, our hero pretended for a couple of months that he was being treated at a hospital. Since he now came into the world and began to publicly serve in the temple and lead in stauropegion, he apparently felt his impunity and that his scheme of avoiding responsibility worked.
In the near future, we will send a request to His All-Holiness Patriarch Bartholomew asking if he knows that the cleric of his stauropegion is hiding behind his name in Kyiv in order to avoid responsibility for the murder of two people and also in a state of intoxication? Or does his tomos give indulgence to perform any action?” – ask the authors of the message.
On August 18, 2022, the Exarch of the Phanar in Ukraine, Bishop Mikhail of Koman (Anishchenko), appointed Patrick Panasyuk, who is also the chairman of the Polish-Greek St. Marina Foundation, as his adviser.