Kiev car arsonist received orders from the Trade Unions House (VIDEO)
Citizen of Georgia, detained in Kiev on suspicion of car arson, testified that he followed the orders from the Trade Unions House.
The man says he met the "customer" when searching for a job, according to the Interior Ministry.
“While searching for work in the capital, he met a man who offered him money for burning the cars, promising 600 UAH. To perform this task, the men went to the Trade Unions House and got up to the fifth floor, where they were met by masked men, who handed to the executors the list of machines that need to be burnt, money and petrol,” reads the statement.
Police says that “afterwards the perpetrators went to the “job”, where this citizen was detained while his accomplice managed to escape.”
From January 30 to February 2, some 26 vehicles allegedly belonging to AutoMaidan members were burned in Kiev. On February 1, metropolitan police detained Kiev car arsonist.