"Being an activist, veteran, participant to the anti-terrorist operation, member of "People’s Militia," give’s a person no right to smash up everything around, clash with the police, vandalize property of the courts, and use firearms or any other weapons against the police officers. This concerns everyone without exception. If you want to protect people on the streets, join the patrol police. If you want to see action, go to the combat operational zone," Zhukov wrote on social media, Censor.NET reports.
"About 30 offenders and attackers were detained. Batons, knives, handguns, grenades were seized. ... Everyone single person committing offense and especially involved in an attack will be detained. ... For the further we "build prosperous country" this way the sooner everything will lie in tatters starting with the country itself!
"I have nearly forgotten to say that I really am the Patrol Police Directorate chief Zhenia Zhukov, 31, have two kids and I want to walk peaceful Kyiv streets and travel around peaceful Ukraine. … I went from lieutenant to major, from platoon commander to the deputy commander of 700-strong battalion and when I had to give the Russian enemy a bashing, I did not cower in fear in Kyiv wearing a blue jacket, but led the people in an attack!" the police official stressed.
The law enforcer also published pictures and footage of the attack on the police outside the Solomianskyi district court.
As reported, a policeman received a gunshot wound during a clash outside the Solomianskyi court as its judges were imposing a pre-trial restriction against Odesa Mayor Trukhanov on Feb. 15.