Law enforcement officers detained bloggers in Kyiv who had drunk the girls until they were unconscious, raped them and filmed the whole process on video. In addition to handing over suspicions, all participants in the scandalous case received subpoenas to the military registration and enlistment office.
One of the photos showed the ex-striker of the Ternopil Niva - Magomed Mameshev, who commented on this whole situation.
"I'm with this Andrey (organizer of "drunken parties" - ed.) met through mutual friends. I wanted to order an Instagram ad from him for my cafe of Uzbek cuisine, which my father and I opened during this difficult time in Kyiv. And on February 1, he calls me and says: “An unfamiliar bearded man is breaking at my door. Come help. Get a guard upstairs because I'm afraid to go out."
I agreed because I was close. Had arrived. I see a man standing next to the guard. They entered the elevator with me. That man presses the button on the 14th floor, where Andrei lives. I immediately suspected something was wrong. This man does not seem to look like a gangster, rather looks like a prosecutor.
As soon as I got out of the elevator, he grabs me by the arm, two more jump up, as it turned out, they were operatives in civilian clothes, and they say: “Who are you — the organizer or the roof?”. I explained the situation to them that I saw this Andrey once in my life, I am not on any of his videos, because I have never been there.
At first they threatened me, but then we found a common language, and they figured out the situation. They said that they needed to get to Andrey's apartment, at that moment operational filming was already underway. The operatives showed me the decision to search. I called Andrey and told him to open the door, because there are policemen standing here, not bandits, as he thought. In other words, it was I who helped the law enforcement officers get in there.
We spent six hours there. We leave. Here come the military officers. The operative points at me to the military commissar and says: “This guy has nothing to do with it, we figured it out. You can’t even issue a summons to him.” The military commissar says to me: "Excuse me, but I have an order to issue subpoenas to everyone who is in the apartment." He wrote out a summons and took a picture of me, but I asked that the photo with me not be posted anywhere, because I had nothing to do with this case, the operative confirmed. The military commissar agreed. And the next day, my photo appeared on the network.
What will I do with the agenda? As expected, tomorrow I will appear at the military registration and enlistment office. I have a delay because I am a third-year student at the Izmail State University for the Humanities," Mameshev said.
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