Maidan case: two ex-Berkutovites declared suspected of falsifying evidence
Two former members of the Berkut special forces allegedly suspected the falsification of evidence and hindered meetings.
This was reported by the press service of the State Bureau of Investigations in Telegram.
“Investigators from the Office of Investigation into Crimes Related to Mass Demonstrations in 2013-2014, the National Bureau of Investigation, and prosecutors from the Office of the Attorney General report suspicions to two former employees of the Special Police Regiment of Berkut of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Kiev, “said the message.
Former law enforcement officials suspected of illegally obstructing, organizing and organizing meetings in central Kiev, as well as providing the investigator with false evidence of the prosecution evidence created artificially (Article 340, second part of Article 384 of the Ukrainian Criminal Code).
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According to the investigation, on the morning of January 20, 2014, in a Lavrskaya street in Kiev, a group of 10 to 15 “aunts” arrested three Euromaidan participants who were returning home from Maidan Nezalezhnosti and handed them over to the special forces of Berkut.
“Berkutovtsy” has falsified evidence concerning these citizens, compiled reports and provided deliberately false evidence on the alleged detention of these people on the street. Grushevskogo in Kiev during the commission of a crime “, – said in the GDB.
As noted, following unlawful actions by law enforcement officials, three activists were arrested, informed of suspicions and arrested for a particularly serious crime which they did not commit.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru