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 "Nikhto Krim Nas" NGO leaders Chobitko and Kovaliov assisted Berkut soldiers to flee from Kyiv after Revolution of Dignity, - MP Ariev. PHOTOS

Two former Afghan war veterans from "Nikhto Krim Nas" NGO Chobitko and Kovaliov are suspected of assisting Berkut soldiers to flee and destruction of the Heavenly Hundred's murders weapons in February 2014.

As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by Petro Poroshenko Bloc MP Volodymyr Ariev on his Facebook page.

"The investigation has a version that these two Afghan war veterans from "Nikhto Krim Nas" NGO - Chobitko (pictured below with a Russian orange-and-black ribbon) and owner of a hipster beard Oleksandr Kovaliov, a separatist and head of the Kyiv city cell of "Nikhto Krim Nas" (pictured below near Donetsk regional administration building during its seizure by terrorists) - upon a request of bloody Interior Minister Zakharchenko helped Berkut killers flee from revolutionary Kyiv.... [The latter] was the one to hide the weapons. Kovaliov has been recently residing in Kyiv, at Lesi Ukrainky Boulevard, and driving a car with AA 40004 BP plates," the politician wrote.

Read more: PGO established organizer of former Berkut commandos' escape and hiding of their weapons

"The most bitter thing is that they participated in Maidan events, although, most likely, as 'sleepers' of then Interior Ministry," Ariev added.

Earlier, Head of PGO's Special Investigations Department Serhii Horbatiuk said one of the leaders of "Nіkhto Krіm Nas" (Nobody But Us) NGO, which unites fighters of the Ukrainian Airmobile Forces, was served a notice of suspicion of concealing the shooting of 39 Maidan activists by Berkut riot police officers on Instytutska Street in Kyiv on Feb. 20, 2014.

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Images courtesy of Volodymyr Ariev's Facebook page
 
 
 
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