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 Traffic officers interrogation records go public, - lawyer on Automaidan persecution cases. DOCUMENT (in Ukrainian)

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The records of the interrogation of the traffic officers who drew up the reports and issued notices against AutoMaidan [drivers' movement for the resignation of the former President Yanukovych and his regime - ed.] participants for their trip to Mezhyhiria [Yanukovych's presidential residence - ed.] on Dec. 29, 2013.

Roman Maselko, a lawyer of AutoMaidan activists, wrote in Facebook, Censor.NET informs.

According to him, the interrogated traffic officers make it clear they were given instructions by their leadership to rig documents.

In particular, Pechersk district traffic officer Zherdynovskyi, who issued an infringement notice on the basis of an unsigned report, said the following:

"I noticed that the report was not signed, but it was ordered by Pechersk district traffic police deputy chief, Cpt. Kocherha who told me personally and other officers about a verbal instruction of Kyiv police chief Kurinnyi to deal with Automaidan participants, namely, to issue infringement notices against them."

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After asked if he was conscious of his illegal actions, Zherdynovskyi replied he knew, but at that time he did not pay attention to it, because he could not object to the deputy chief and feared to lose the job.

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