State Duma deputy Natalya Poklonskaya, former “prosecutor” of the annexed Crimea, has responded to a number of criminal cases against her in Ukraine. Poklonskaya believes that “it’s a revenge” for the decision it made in 2014.
This is reported by the NPF, referring to Telegram-channel of Natalia Poklonskaya.
State Duma deputy Natalya Poklonskaya reacted to the fact that after her interview with journalist Dmitry Gordon, the Ukrainian prosecution opened several criminal cases against her. Poklonskaya said that the Ukrainian prosecutor’s office was engaged in “virtual investigations”. In addition, Poklonskaya also described the Crimean prosecutor’s office as “virtual”. In addition, she noted that she did not know the details of the criminal cases brought against her. The collaborator examines the criminal cases against her revenge for the choice she made during the events on the Maidan.
“It is revenge for my refusal to carry out the criminal orders of those who organized the coup in Ukraine in 2013-2014 and seized power in the country by armed means,” writes Poklonskaya.
Poklonskaya also wrote that in Ukraine she is described as “militant and terrorist”. The Duma deputy said that she considered these statements addressed to her by Ukrainian politicians to be a threat to her life and health. And the declarations of the regiment “Azov” and “European solidarity” Poklonskaya called “hysteria”. And finally, the former “prosecutor” of Crimea advised the representatives of “Azov” and the political party “European Solidarity” to “ask for the help of psychologists”.
Earlier, we reported that Peskov commented on the worsening of Donbass.