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UPD: 12/15/2013 Pornstar Sasha Gray reacted to the situation in Kiev
The famous porn actress expressed her opinion about what is happening in the Ukrainian capital.
"Kiev, stay strong!" - Gray wrote on her Twitter and Facebook.
On Facebook alone, more than 900 people liked the message. Also, more than 100 people left a comment under the post of Sasha Gray. Ukrainians thanked the pornstar for their support.
UPD: 12/15/2013 New protocols of interrogations about dispersal of Euromaidan published
At the disposal of the Ukrainian truth appeared new documents in the case of an investigation into the violent dispersal of the Euromaidan on November 30. According to the publication, these are the protocols of the interrogation of the First Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, Vladimir Sivkovich, and the Chairman of the Kyiv City State Administration Alexander Popov.
During an interrogation at the Prosecutor General’s Office, Sivkovich said that on the eve of the force dispersal, he was sitting at his office with another region, Andrei Derkach, at about 10 p.m., when a member of the Fatherland and his long-time “agent” Nikolai Knyazhitsky phoned him. He, according to Sivkovich, asked to help with the pass of voice-over cars for the rally on Sunday, December 1, Ukrainian Pravda reports.
Subsequently, one of the leaders of the Batkivschini party Nikolay Martynenko made a similar request to him, but Sivkovich said he could not help. After that, Sivkovich and Derkach went to the chairman of the Kyiv City State Administration Popov, and then they went to the head of the Kiev police Koryak, in whose office they looked at the monitor to disperse the rally.
"Sivkovich said he did not give instructions to import equipment for the New Year tree, emphasizing that this can only be done after the protesters vacated the place. But, according to him, Popov himself informed him about the installation of the tree that night. In other words, Sivkovich pulled away from the bloody crackdown ", - reports the publication.
On the evening of November 29, Klyuyev again called Popov and asked if the technician was ready to call on the Maidan. After an affirmative answer from the head of the city administration, Klyuyev said that Sivkovich would give the technician a call in. About 3:00 a.m. Sivkovich came to Popov and said that the equipment should call on the Maidan at 3:45.
At the same time, as Popov noted, Sivkovich informed him of the presence on the Maidan of “some militants” who would arrange “provocations”. After that, Sivkovich picked up the head of the Kiev police Koryak and informed him that the equipment would arrive at 3:45 in the morning, after which he and Popov went to the head of the city department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. In the office, Koryak Sivkovich called up someone, and then the power sweeping of the Maidan began. Popov did not know about the injured, and therefore, seeing the vacated area, he went to work, and Sivkovich remained with Koryak.
Speaking about the reasons for the power confrontation, Popov actually pointed to Klyuyev, who instructed him to put the tree on that night: “I believe that the delivery of the Christmas tree’s components was premature. This provoked a conflict on Independence Square on November 30, which was used by certain forces as an impetus to further riots and disorder. "
During the confrontation, Popov again said that Klyuyev instructed him to follow the instructions of Sivkovich. The head of the Kiev police Koryak added that the command to listen to Sivkovich was given to him by the Minister of Internal Affairs Zakharchenko.
Koryak also added that he was trying to convince Sivkovich not to bring the tree, because even at 3 nights there were a lot of people on the Maidan. “To this he began to insistently say that it was necessary to immediately bring in the completing Christmas trees there,” the policeman said at a confrontation.
UPD: 12/15/2013 The protocols of the interrogation of the perpetrators and the protocol of the head of the capital's Ministry of Internal Affairs hit the Net
Scans of documents preliminary confirm the version voiced in some media - the mayor of Kiev pointed to the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, Andriy Klyuyev, as the initiator of the cleanup of Independence Square on November 30.
On Saturday, December 14, two large officials were removed from their posts - the head of the Kyiv City State Administration Alexander Popov and the deputy head of the National Security and Defense Council Vladimir Sivkovich. Both were suspended by the decree of President Viktor Yanukovych during the investigation into the case of dispersing Euromaidan on November 30. On the same day, the media reported that the former mayor of Kiev had already begun to testify at the Prosecutor General. In particular, he indicated that the order to “establish a Christmas tree” was received from the NSDC Secretary Andrei Klyuyev. Similar information was given during the investigation by the former head of the capital's headquarters, Valery Koryak. He stated that he had received instructions from the deputy head of the National Security and Defense Council of Sivkovich.
Later, copies of allegedly interrogation protocols of Alexander Popov, Vladimir Sivkovich, and Valery Koryak appeared on the Web.