In the Internet appeared previously unpublished photographs which was made four years ago after a Night of anger in Lviv
Private photos taken on the morning of 19 February 2014, published by the Lviv Roman Tuziak.
The photo shows Pogromnoye and burned the police Department, Main Department of the MIA in Lviv region, regional Prosecutor’s office, SBU and barracks of internal troops.
“These photos have never been published before. They made the day after the mass shootings on the Maidan, which took place exactly four years ago, on 18 February 2014. These photo is a good warning to our officials, what can happen when the ends of justice. Therefore, you should not play with fire,” wrote the photographer.
It is known that the former commander of the Ukrainian “Berkut” Oleg Shevchenko offered assistance in obtaining a budget of the order installation of road signs. He was detained by the FSB in the building of Kerch city Council in December 2016, upon receiving “advance payment”, which was one third of the agreed amount. Now he is condemned for long term.
Previously, we wrote about the fact that the former head of “Right sector” and MP Dmitry Yarosh explained his statement about “the hunt for Popov.” The politician believes that the Ukrainian intelligence services should react appropriately to the actions of anti-Ukrainian agents.
“We’re not going to engage in “Lynch’s courts”. Intelligence services should react appropriately. You know, I was criticized by the phrase “hunting for the Moscow priests”. Western diplomats alarmed,” explains Yarosh.
He says that the war has repeatedly been a witness to the fact that the priests of the UOC-MP was directing the artillery fire of the enemy: “In war, we have encountered many times when the priest of the Moscow Patriarchate adjusts the light separsky artillery.It is necessary to intensify the work of our intelligence on the specific facts of anti-Ukrainian activities”.
However, Yarosh said that faced with other radically opposed facts.
Also recall that there are details of the capture of the former excavator plant ATEK Kiev.