Petro Poroshenko Bloc MP Volodymyr Ariev wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"Everyone remembers the terrible footage of Berkut soldiers in black uniforms firing at Maidan activists. The rest of the pictures below show how these weapons look now. They were cut into pieces and hidden in Kyiv together with other rifles employed against Heavenly Hundred.
"These are exactly the same weapons that were employed against the Maidan activists! The 'black' Berkut commandos were taken from revolution-torn Kyiv at the request of bloodthirsty Interior Minister Zakharchenko by the same persons who hid these assassination weapons in a pond in one of the parks in Holosiivskyi district.
"The Prosecutor General's Office held searches. The persons involved in evacuation are known. Their names have not yet been disclosed for legal reasons. But when they are made public it will be a big and unpleasant surprise. In the meantime, it is clear that the case has moved on only after Lutsenko's appointment," the MP said.
In 2014, the Prosecutor General's Office referred criminal proceedings initiated against former Berkut soldiers Zinchenko and Abroskin to ourt. They are suspected of murder of 39 Maidan activists on Instytutska Street in downtown Kyiv Feb. 20, 2014. The PGO announced completion of the investigation Feb. 10, 2016 and referred criminal proceedings against three other former Berkut commandos Oleksandr Marinchenko, Serhii Tamtura and Oleh Yanyshevskyi to court. According to the agency, these persons are charged with committing a terrorist act, abuse of official duties, murder, attempted murder, obstructing the holding of peaceful meetings, theft and concealment of weapons after commission of the crime. The criminal proceedings against all suspected former Berkut soldiers were combined into one case.
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