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KIEV, January 22. /ITAR-TASS/. Ten suspects in massive disorder in Ukraine’s capital, Kiev, are arrested. Kiev district courts have ruled on this measure of restraint, head of the press service of the Kiev prosecutor’s office Yana Sobolevskaya said on Wednesday.
“On materials of investigation all these people participated directly in massive disorder at Dynamo stadium in Grushevsky Street, alongside violence, lootings, arsons, destruction of property and resistance to law enforcers,” Sobolevskaya noted. Detectives have found that offenders had committed these offences with use of weapons, baseball clubs, walkway pebbles and Molotov’s cocktail (incendiary mixture), endangering the life of many people.
“Taking into account the degree of graveness of crime and social danger, which participants of massive disorder pose to society, the prosecutor’s office asked the courts to rule on keeping ten suspects in custody. I would like to note that no matter who were the suspects in the peaceful life, they acted as radically minded participants of massive disorder in the events in Grushevsky Street,” Sobolevskaya noted.