According to Mayor Boris Filatov, there was an ‘abnormal situation with police behavior ’ in the city.
‘If the situation does not change, then an analogue of the German Freikorps of the early twentieth century will be created in the city … If the authorities can not protect people, they themselves have the right to do this,’ Filatov added.
On May 9, massive events took place in Dnieper on the occasion of the Victory Day over Nazism in the Second World War. During the brawls during the action, 14 people were injured in the city, including policemen, and 15 alleged Nazi fighters were detained. The police opened a criminal case under the article “Hooliganism”.
Also, The Mayor of Dnieper announced termination of funding for veteran organizations ! Shocking ! The town sheriff, Filatov wants to cut funding to WWII Vets who defeated the Nazis during the great Patriotic War, and instead allocate the funds to Nazi organizations ATO operation who have been killing civilians in the Donbass Region ! Boris Filatov should be tried for War Crimes for the threats on the State Police and the mistreatment of the elderly during the Victory Day Parade ! ~ ZN
After clashes on mass rallies on Victory Day, the mayor of the Ukrainian Dnieper (former Dnepropetrovsk), Boris Filatov, decided to stop financing veterans’ organizations. Instead, he proposed allocating budgetary funds to the former participants of the military operation in Donbass.
‘From today on, I am closing the city funding for all «veteran» organizations … At the next session of the city council, the city funding will be allocated to the Union of the Nazi ATO Veterans (it is what Kiev calls the military operation in Donbass),’ Filatov wrote on his page in Facebook.
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