Doorgaan naar hoofdcontent

Poroshenko Questioned

Poroshenko called on interrogation on the case of dispersal of the Euromaidan

BY: ADMIN | 
August 9 2016 7:00


General Prosecutor’s office summoned the President of Petro Poroshenko as a witness in the case of “crimes against participants of protest actions on the Maidan” in Kiev in January-February 2014, according to “Ukrainian news”.
According to the edition “Ukrainian truth”, on interrogation have caused Poroshenko and mayor of Kiev Vitali Klitschko. The questioning will take place in August. In addition, according to sources, the interrogation is also called the ex-Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and current Secretary of the NSDC Oleksandr Turchynov.
Press Secretary Poroshenko Svyatoslav Tsigalko said that the President will arrive to the investigators to testify after the official call on interrogation the summons.
The Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko told reporters that current and former senior officials of Ukraine often go in for questioning “maydanovsky”. He noted that the leader of Radical party Oleg Lyashko nervous about interviews.
“Lyashko, like many others, is called to the investigation Department. Called on different dates and Yatsenyuk, and the acting Minister of internal Affairs Arsen Avakov, and acting Secretary of the NSDC Oleksandr Turchynov. And all of them give the necessary corollary evidence. It is a civic duty… Mr. Lyashko somehow very nervously reacts to it, but it seems to me that the MP must demonstrate full support to the investigation” – quoted Lutsenko , “Interfax”.
According to media reports, the evening of 18 February 2014, the police demanded that protesters leave independence, declaring the conduct “anti-terrorist operation”. On the night of 19 February was set on fire the trade unions House, where he warmed up the inhabitants of the camp in the main square of Kiev, the security forces set fire to tents and hurled grenades at the protesters. Earlier it was reported that on 18 February the first information about the activists of the Euromaidan, victims of gunshot wounds.
From November 2013 to February 2014, according to official figures, killed 104 activist of the Euromaidan. Many of the dead these days – from 18 to 21 February, died from gunshot wounds. Portal Bird In Flight notes, February 20, killed four policemen and 48 protesters. According to eyewitnesses, the protesters were shot by snipers lurking on rooftops in the center of Kiev. It was after the events of February of ex-President Viktor Yanukovych left Ukraine.

Reacties

Populaire posts van deze blog

Geert Mak Pleit Nu Voor Vriendschap met Rusland

Ik kwam zojuist mijn oude vriend, de bestseller-auteur en mainstream-opiniemaker Geert Mak in de regen op straat tegen. Na elkaar te hebben begroet, vertelde Geert mij dat hij van oordeel is dat Europa zo snel mogelijk met Rusland om de tafel moet gaan zitten, om de opgelopen spanningen te deëscaleren. De VS heeft heel andere belangen dan 'wij,' aldus Mak, die benadrukte dat de macht van 'onze' Atlantische bondgenoot ingrijpend aan het afnemen is. Kortom, ik hoorde wat ikzelf al enige jaren op mijn weblog schrijf. Opvallend hoe een Nederlandse opiniemaker binnen zo'n betrekkelijk korte tijd zo wezenlijk van oordeel kan veranderen.  Immers, Mak’s gevaarlijke anti-Rusland hetze was een treffend voorbeeld van zijn opportunisme. Mei 2014 beweerde op de Hilversumse televisie de zogeheten ‘chroniqueur van Amsterdam, Nederland, Europa en de VS,’ dat er sprake was van een 'Russische gevaar,’ aangezien ‘meneer Poetin’ aan ‘landjepik’ deed en dat de Russische president d…

America Has Been at War 93% of the Time Since 1776

America Has Been at War 93% of the Time – 222 out of 239 Years – Since 1776 By Washington's Blog Global Research, December 26, 2017 Washington's Blog 20 February 2015 Region:  Theme: 

Native American Rape Survivors

A sign marks the entrance to White Earth Indian Reservation in Mahnomen County, Minn. (J. Stephen Conn / CC 2.0) WHITE EARTH RESERVATION, Minn.—Candice (not her real name) awoke with a start. Someone was pulling down her sweatpants. It was a male friend. “Stop!” she shouted. He kept groping her. She kicked him and he fell off the bed. She dashed out of the bedroom, tripping and tumbling down the stairs. Gripped with fear, she heard his footsteps behind her in the dark and forced herself to stand upright as she staggered out to the porch. Candice was still intoxicated. She got into her car and drove into a ditch. A white police officer pulled up. She struggled to hold back tears as she told him about the attempted rape. All the officer saw was a drunk and disorderly Native American woman. He dismissed Candice’s report of sexual assault as a lie she had made up to avoid getting a DUI. He did not take her to the hospital for a forensic exam. The sexual assault was not recorded in his pol…