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A bus was seized in Lutsk: how does it resemble similar crimes in the USSR

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In the Ukrainian Lutsk on July 21, 2020, a bus with passengers was seized. At least 10 people who were in the cabin at that moment were taken hostage by the terrorist.


The terrorist entered the regular bus Berestechko - Krasilovka. An unknown man introduced himself as Maxim Plokhim and said that the bus was mined. In addition, he threatened to remotely detonate a bomb that he allegedly planted at another point.

The exact reasons that prompted the terrorist to hijack the bus with passengers are unknown, but most likely they are of a political nature: "Maxim Bad" declared his dissatisfaction with the existing political system in Ukraine. Before the hijacking of the bus, he recorded and shared a video on social networks.

Operational services arrived at the site of the hostage-taking, and even the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has already commented on the state of emergency. He told the press that when the bus was hijacked, shots from a firearm were heard weapons... The Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov urgently left for the city. Initially, it was reported about 20 hostages, but then representatives of the Security Service of Ukraine said that it was rather about 10 citizens.

Remarkable is the very form of his demands, chosen by the terrorist: hijacking of buses in recent years, if not decades, has been reduced to a minimum in the post-Soviet space. Bus hijackings peaked in the 1980s and 1990s.


Special forces cordoned off the approaches to the seized bus in Lutsk


One of the first hijackings of buses took place in Novokuznetsk back in 1979: 16-year-old Mikhail Shamanaev and 17-year-old Vladimir Bizunov hijacked an Ikarus bus en route Novokuznetsk - Kemerovo. There were 43 people in the bus, whom the terrorists took hostage. The criminals forced the driver to go to Spichenkovo ​​airport, and then demanded 2 million rubles and a helicopter to Japan or China.

The bus was installed 12 meters from the helicopter, after which the terrorists got out of it together with the hostages. All of them were accommodated in a helicopter, but when Bizunov ordered to take off, the operatives, dressed in the uniform of civilian aviationopened fire. Shamanaev was killed, and Bizunov managed to jump out of the helicopter and escape. Soon Bizunov was detained. As a minor, he received the maximum punishment possible for his age - 10 years in prison.

Events in Ordzhonikidze (now Vladikavkaz) developed no less dramatically. On December 1, 1988, the criminals who hijacked a bus tricked schoolchildren into it - students of the 4th grade of a local school, led by a teacher. The terrorists were 38-year-old Pavel Yakshiyants, 28-year-old Tofiy Jafarov, 26-year-old Vladimir Muravlev, 25-year-old Vladimir Anastasov and 22-year-old German Vishnyakov. As a result of negotiations, the demands of the criminals were satisfied: they were given 2 million US dollars, 8 body armor, 4 PM pistols with two full clips, 1 AKS-74 assault rifle with two loaded magazines, after which they were delivered by plane to Israel, with which the USSR did not have diplomatic relationship.

However, the calculations of the criminals did not come true: Israel knew very well what terrorism is, and immediately arrested all the participants in the hostage-taking. They were placed in an Israeli prison and then handed over to the Soviet Union with only one condition - not to shoot them, since the death penalty had been eliminated in Israel by that time. Yashkiyants were eventually given 15 years in prison, the rest of the criminals - from 3 to 14 years in prison.

A bus was seized in Lutsk: how does it resemble similar crimes in the USSR

Account with the criminal who took hostages in Lutsk


The actions of the terrorist who hijacked a bus in Lutsk on July 21, 2020 are very reminiscent of the behavior of criminals 30-40 years ago. However, there is a small nuance: the hijacking of buses in the USSR was carried out by people with a specific system of values, but still mentally adequate, and in the hijacking of a bus in Lutsk they suspected a twice convicted resident of Dubno, Rivne region, Maxim Krivosh, who was previously undergoing psychiatric treatment.

It is also worth noting that “Maxim the Bad” demanded that the top leaders of Ukraine publicly recognize themselves as “terrorists in law”. He did not put forward any more specific requirements. Currently, the security forces are deciding what to do next - to storm the bus or still wait and force the terrorist to release the hostages on their own.

Such footage from Lutsk has spread over the Internet today:


In the meantime, in Ukraine itself, publications appeared, which spoke of a certain pretense of the terrorist attack.
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  1. Finches
    Finches 21 July 2020 15: 51 New
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    I was in Ukraine, in Kiev, in 1997, and then, for the last time, in 2012, and even then I was surprised how much it lagged behind Russia, in terms of infrastructure, etc. - if in 1997 it was no different, then already in 2012 - it was very noticeable! No forward movement - just regression! I also thought that a good time machine is a return to the destroyed USSR in 1990! A couple more Maidans - and Ukraine will not be in the European Union, but in the Paleolithic ... And this terrorist, flesh of the flesh of this destruction, not even the degradation of the state, but the degradation of the personality in the first place ... Russia, found the strength to stop and go forward! Ukraine is hardly able to do this, because it has no core! The core of statehood! There is only "vulgar operetta" and no more!
    1. Nastia makarova
      Nastia makarova 21 July 2020 16: 02 New
      +6
      and there is no country Ukraine, Ukraine is just a territory
      1. Finches
        Finches 21 July 2020 16: 05 New
        +6
        Not just the territory, but the patchwork that once sewn tightly, but the time and stupidity of the current owners hastened the process of thread rotting!
        1. Nastia makarova
          Nastia makarova 21 July 2020 16: 21 New
          -1
          I don't think that it was tightly sewn, in the civilian there was the same confusion and vacillation, Makhnovshchina
          1. Finches
            Finches 21 July 2020 16: 26 New
            +3
            No - they sewed it fine, but not for independent existence ...
      2. svp67
        svp67 21 July 2020 17: 21 New
        -3
        Quote: Nastia Makarova
        and there is no country Ukraine, Ukraine is just a territory

        Is Nastya Makarova or is Nastya Makarova just a "bot"?
        Whether you like it or not, there is such a country, Ukraine.
        1. Sergey Averchenkov
          Sergey Averchenkov 21 July 2020 17: 42 New
          +4
          This is not a country, this is the 51st state of the United States. As practice shows, this territory cannot exist independently.
          1. svp67
            svp67 21 July 2020 20: 22 New
            -3
            Quote: Sergey Averchenkov
            As practice shows, this territory cannot exist independently.

            Well, Canada and Mexico somehow exist ...
        2. Lopatov
          Lopatov 21 July 2020 19: 17 New
          +7
          Quote: svp67
          Whether you like it or not, there is such a country, Ukraine.

          Not a fact.
          Certain attributes are inherent in the concept of "country". Chief among them is "unity". Which is not on the territory of "Ukraine"
          However, there is no "state" there either.
          1. svp67
            svp67 21 July 2020 20: 23 New
            -5
            Quote: Spade
            Chief among them is "unity". Which is not on the territory of "Ukraine"

            Do we have it? As soon as Khabarovsk was hooked a little, and how, let alone the Caucasus, I generally keep quiet ... And how do we treat Moscow and Muscovites?
            Quote: Spade
            However, there is no "state" there either.

            This is you in vain ...
        3. Nastia makarova
          Nastia makarova 22 July 2020 06: 46 New
          0
          there is no such country, there is a territory under external control
      3. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 21 July 2020 17: 34 New
        +1
        Quote: Nastia Makarova
        and there is no country Ukraine, Ukraine is just a territory

        The virtual reality. Supposedly there is a country, and at the same time, no.
        1. orionvitt
          orionvitt 21 July 2020 20: 21 New
          +1
          Quote: tihonmarine
          The virtual reality.

          This virtual reality is typical for all post-Soviet "independent states". What can you do when you get something for free, that is, just like that, and not as a result of long and hard work, then you do not appreciate it. So, all non-foreigners got "statehood" simply from the bulldozer, as a result of the collapse of the empire. So they began, by virtue of their understanding of statehood, to build their "national worlds". That was basically two things. Widespread discrimination of everything Russian, and widespread trade in their statehood, becoming like women with low social responsibility. Here are the results on the face .. Almost everywhere, wars, economic degradation and moral decay of society. Here in the article similar cases (hostage-taking and terrorism) were compared with the Soviet Union. In my opinion, this is not comparable. Then it was beaten by episodic cases, but now, especially in Ukraine, due to objective reasons, all this is becoming widespread. And this is just the beginning. As the saying goes, what you get is what you get.
    2. syndicalist
      syndicalist 21 July 2020 17: 03 New
      -4
      Quote: Finches
      Russia found the strength to stop and go forward!

      In which "before" did Russia go? I believe that it does not differ much from the Ukrainian one. We have more resources for sale. It was. Well, now, in their absence, we are rapidly overtaking Ukraine on the route drawn by the great Yanukovych.
      1. Finches
        Finches 21 July 2020 17: 09 New
        +8
        I won't argue - in 2012, the Ukrainian train was enough for my eyes, not to mention the lack of roads in cities ... laughing No need to be offended - you need to draw conclusions and work! Here my uncle has a pension in Ukraine - 7 thousand rubles, and his own sister, but in Russia - for all things being equal, 16-something thousand ... That's the whole story! What is there, what is there a penny - but in Russia there are more pennies! Or he needed to have a joint operation - they asked for 200 rubles, but in Russia his sister went under the federal program to help retirees and the operation was done at the expense of the budget! And his son came to me in St. Petersburg to work, and not vice versa ... You see, what a thing - everything is known in comparison!
        1. syndicalist
          syndicalist 21 July 2020 17: 15 New
          -8
          So I'm saying - the difference in kopecks is explained by the best resource conditions. And that is only partially, since in the 21st century Russia, thanks to the unique market situation, had the opportunity to make an unprecedented scientific and technological leap. Moreover, simultaneously with a sharp rise in the standard of living of the population. This opportunity was ineptly screwed up and will never happen again.
          1. Finches
            Finches 21 July 2020 17: 19 New
            +1
            Nothing was wrong - something was incomplete, something was missed, but there is a progressive development in both technology and social security! Probably slower than anyone wanted! There are always enough dissatisfied people - you cannot please everyone! But personally, I have something to compare with - what happened in 2000 and what has become of the country now - and I travel a lot in the service, work and see objective changes in the country for the better! That's the point - moving forward! And not the permanent destruction of something and constant floundering in place - as in Ukraine!
          2. svp67
            svp67 21 July 2020 17: 27 New
            +5
            Quote: syndicalist
            So I'm saying - the difference in kopecks is explained by the best resource conditions

            Excuse me, but Ukraine, it had nothing from the sale of resources by Russia? These are the stories about the fact that Russia is better, since it has a lot of resources, this is all from the "evil one". What, what, but the resources in Ukraine were ENOUGH. What was the level of education there, what kind of specialists graduated from her universities, what were the enterprises, unique production ... and where is it all?
            1. syndicalist
              syndicalist 21 July 2020 17: 37 New
              -5
              As for the starting conditions, I completely agree with you. But the resource and export opportunities in the past 20 years have been incomparable. You yourself multiply the average prices by the average annual volume of oil exports and you will understand how gigantic the amount is.
              1. orionvitt
                orionvitt 21 July 2020 20: 35 New
                +1
                Quote: syndicalist
                But the resource and export opportunities in the last 20 years are incomparable

                Why are you clinging to resources. If they are, of course it's good, but that's not the point. And the fact is that in Russia, whatever one may say, but the structure of management and the quality of administration, by an order of magnitude (s), is ahead of most post-Soviet countries. And this despite the fact that Russia has a lot of its own shortcomings. However, as elsewhere, nothing is perfect anywhere. And Ukraine, in 91, had all the prerequisites to become a large, economically developed European power (which it was at that time). But what can you do, some are simply not created for "independence" and "independence". This is what we see in real time.
            2. businessv
              businessv 21 July 2020 17: 43 New
              +7
              Quote: svp67
              What was the level of education there, what kind of specialists graduated from her universities, what were the enterprises, unique production ... and where is it all?
              Quite right! In Soviet times, there were space technologies in Square, everything was produced - from agricultural equipment to ICBMs! Today it is a backward agrarian country with no prospects.
          3. major147
            major147 21 July 2020 17: 35 New
            +3
            Quote: syndicalist
            there was an opportunity to make an unprecedented scientific and technological leap.

            "Everyone imagines himself to be a strategist, seeing the battle from the side." (C)
          4. Alexander Seklitsky
            Alexander Seklitsky 21 July 2020 18: 46 New
            +3
            Quote: syndicalist
            So I'm saying - the difference in kopecks is explained by the best resource conditions.

            And Ukraine has a more developed industrial base inherited from the Soviet legacy. This is much steeper than the availability of gas and oil. And they also sit on the transit of gas. Again, do not remember the exchange rate of the hryvnia to the ruble before the Maidan? For one hryvnia, five rubles this says a lot.
          5. Mikhail Tynda
            Mikhail Tynda 22 July 2020 01: 12 New
            +1
            What is your role? How did you allow this? Where did you go ?! What measures did they take when they saw that the leap was drunk ?! Give an explanation!
        2. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 21 July 2020 17: 43 New
          +7
          Quote: Finches
          And his son came to me in St. Petersburg to work, and not vice versa ... You see, what a thing - everything is known in comparison!

          And I see this all over Europe. Everyone goes to work in Europe and Russia, but no one vice versa. 5 Euro an hour, 10 hours a day, day off Sunday. Construction, roads, cable trenches, plumbing, farm laborers.
      2. svp67
        svp67 21 July 2020 17: 23 New
        +5
        Quote: syndicalist
        I believe that it does not differ much from the Ukrainian one.

        It's nada just to go there and compare, and the comparison will clearly not be in favor of Ukraine ... They really got really stuck in the 90s ...
        1. orionvitt
          orionvitt 21 July 2020 20: 41 New
          +1
          Quote: svp67
          They really got really stuck in the 90s ...

          What are you, those 90s, Ukraine went relatively smoothly. The "bloody communists" built so much here and left so much good that was enough for 25 years of relatively comfortable life, without any oil and gas. And in the "90s", Ukraine slipped only now, after the Maidan. Moreover, unlike Russia, without any chance to get out of this swamp.
      3. Nastia makarova
        Nastia makarova 22 July 2020 07: 03 New
        0
        why were there resources? Have you sold all the oil?
    3. alexmach
      alexmach 21 July 2020 17: 25 New
      -3
      then already in 2012 - it was very noticeable! No forward movement - just regression! I also thought that a good time machine is a return to the destroyed USSR in 1990!

      Kiev? In 2012? USSR in 1990? You, in my opinion, have very much confused something. It is the largest, dynamic and wealthiest city in the entire country. Not to see the difference between 2012, 97 and 90, it is necessary to look at the world through some very special blinders. A similar situation is in other millionaires, but mostly more modest of course.

      In the "regions" everything may not be so rosy, and there really is a regression on the face, but you can think of progress and development in the Russian provinces.
      1. Finches
        Finches 21 July 2020 17: 33 New
        +7
        I did not confuse anything, unfortunately - there were a lot of cayenne and other VIP cars on the street, I do not argue - the center, more or less corresponded to the capital ..., But I know Kiev since 1983 - and not in favor of the modern one, especially if from Khreshchatyk go away! And the bridge across the Dnieper is an eternal construction, and spontaneous markets ... Let's not argue - I will not even speak for myself, my wife was extremely surprised that if Kiev had changed, then the number of narrow-minded marginals on the benches who reacted unkindly to the Russian speech! And yet - I have no habit of lying - I write what I saw! In addition, I generally loved the city of Kiev! But now the road has been ordered for me ...
        1. alexmach
          alexmach 22 July 2020 00: 21 New
          -2
          And the bridge over the Dnieper is an eternal construction

          Well, yes, the unfinished bridge (by the way, the construction of which began in 93, as it were, after the 90th) you saw it, and the other two bridges completed from scratch somehow missed.
          the number of narrow-minded marginals on the benches who reacted unkindly to Russian speech

          In Kiev? In the main Russian-speaking city? Very, very strange.
          New airport? New train station? A bunch of modern buildings?
          1. Finches
            Finches 22 July 2020 00: 22 New
            +2
            Yes, I'm just happy for you! God forbid that it was so! hi
            1. alexmach
              alexmach 22 July 2020 00: 39 New
              -2
              There is not much to be happy about Kiev for me, I have been there only in transit or on business, and now I do not live in Ukraine at all. But the difference with his native Lviv is felt with the naked eye.
              1. Finches
                Finches 22 July 2020 00: 43 New
                +1
                So I felt the difference between Kiev and St. Petersburg, where I live, in 2012 ... That's the point!
                1. alexmach
                  alexmach 22 July 2020 09: 59 New
                  0
                  Still, the difference between St. Petersburg 2012 and the USSR of the 90s is not exactly the same, after all, "Northern Palmira". St. Petersburg is a wonderful city, but I only know it from the tourist side. There are 2 steps to move away from Nevsky. Doesn't it become sad by chance?
                  1. Finches
                    Finches 22 July 2020 10: 01 New
                    0
                    It doesn't get anymore! And 10 years ago, yes, it was the case!
  2. prior
    prior 21 July 2020 16: 02 New
    +7
    This is a wonderful Bad Maxim.
    In order to change something in Ukraine, not a bus, but the entire Rada must be taken hostage, together with the president, as the nationalists and Bandera supporters do.
    1. Vend
      Vend 21 July 2020 16: 43 New
      +4
      Quote: prior
      This is a wonderful Bad Maxim.
      In order to change something in Ukraine, not a bus, but the entire Rada must be taken hostage, together with the president, as the nationalists and Bandera supporters do.
      Well, if you want to change the system, okay, but what have ordinary people to do with it? Capture the authorities.
    2. major147
      major147 21 July 2020 17: 37 New
      +2
      Quote: prior
      This is a wonderful Bad Maxim.

      a native of the Orenburg region of the Russian Federation Maxim Krivosh (Bad)
  3. parusnik
    parusnik 21 July 2020 16: 06 New
    11
    I remembered:
    The outskirts of the Ukrainian town. Two godfathers are sitting in the forest plantation. Resting with
    vodka and snack. Salt, onion ...
    A corn crop flies over the near field. There, here ... Pollination.
    During a U-turn, the maize begins to wobble with his whole body, loses height
    and with a bang it crashes into the "Khrushchev", extreme to the field, brings down two balconies
    and heap falls into the front garden.
    One of the godmothers looks at the other without changing his expression:
    - Bachiv?
    The second is just as calm:
    - Bachiv.
    - Well?
    - Shaw well? Yaka power - such a terrorist attack ...
    1. AU Ivanov.
      AU Ivanov. 21 July 2020 17: 10 New
      +3
      Ukrainian terrorists wanted to hijack the plane. But we missed the flight.
    2. businessv
      businessv 21 July 2020 17: 45 New
      +2
      Quote: parusnik
      Shaw well? Yaka Power is such a terrorist attack ...

      The topic, colleague, was removed from the language! This is the first thing that came to mind after reading the title! drinks
  4. Asad
    Asad 21 July 2020 16: 09 New
    +5
    Let's hope that the siloviki will competently, as they say, “settle,” this is an emergency! No hostages killed or wounded!
    1. Finches
      Finches 21 July 2020 16: 13 New
      +6
      There are no competent security officials in Ukraine - they ended in 2014, but there are activists and kinder-policemen - they can handle it! laughing
    2. fn34440
      fn34440 21 July 2020 16: 40 New
      +3
      "Let's hope that the siloviki will competently, as they say, rule it out, this is an emergency! Without killed and wounded hostages!"
      Are these terrorists SBU-competent security officials? You uncle, didn’t you beguiled?
      Have you forgotten what methods they use to deal with the DPR commanders?
    3. Bashkirkhan
      Bashkirkhan 21 July 2020 16: 42 New
      +8
      Quote: ASAD
      Let's hope that the siloviki will competently, as they say, “settle,” this is an emergency!

      We need to call the Kazakh special forces. They will help you with the bus.
      1. Guba
        Guba 21 July 2020 17: 17 New
        +3
        Quote: Bashkirkhan
        We need to call the Kazakh special forces. They will help you with the bus

        Cool guys, I still don't understand this doctrine ... what?)))))))))
      2. businessv
        businessv 21 July 2020 17: 51 New
        +2
        Quote: Bashkirkhan
        We need to call the Kazakh special forces.

        This is what you impressed me! really, why stand on ceremony with the hostages ?! We jerked off the bus along with all the contents and it's in the bag! The main thing is that everything was done so secretly! laughing soldier
    4. Koval Sergey
      Koval Sergey 21 July 2020 17: 25 New
      16
      It is harder to take a terrorist, so that others would not be familiar.
    5. mehan
      mehan 21 July 2020 19: 25 New
      0
      Whether it is those who liberated Nord-Ost ...
  5. Dikson
    Dikson 21 July 2020 16: 18 New
    +2
    What, will not go to Israel? And where then, to Poland or what?
    1. parusnik
      parusnik 21 July 2020 16: 24 New
      +3
      to Krasilovka ... there is an airport ... probably .. smile
  6. Graz
    Graz 21 July 2020 16: 38 New
    +1
    Westerners do not feel sorry for the word at all, they themselves prepared this dish for themselves
    1. anjey
      anjey 21 July 2020 17: 00 New
      +3
      Come on, not everything is so unambiguous, maybe this Zahidnokrain system of Western dupolization, the internal destruction and cutting down of all the good roots of the Ukrainian people and the war with themselves, may be really sick of the individual, maybe the brain is not the hand of Moscow from "paradise" in Krajina, we went to that steppe ...
      1. anjey
        anjey 21 July 2020 17: 25 New
        +3
        And maybe a provocation of the Kiev special services, the near future will show everything.
        1. parusnik
          parusnik 21 July 2020 17: 35 New
          +3
          It is quite possible ... van der Lubbe, was a pyromaniac, was accused of setting fire to the Reichstag, at one time. This is also a suitable candidate ... He can say a lot with a fool, at the direction of the special services ...
          1. anjey
            anjey 21 July 2020 17: 39 New
            +1
            What goals and consequences this act will highlight, then it is possible to analyze this action.
    2. orionvitt
      orionvitt 21 July 2020 20: 51 New
      +1
      Quote: Graz
      Westerners do not feel sorry for the word at all, they themselves prepared this dish for themselves

      So what we fought for, we ran into it. Suffice it to recall the Maidan, who was there, who supported what and whom. The Westerners, by their "simplicity", thought that the war would only be in Donbas, but now it has come to them. Sow the wind, reap the storm.
  7. Avior
    Avior 21 July 2020 16: 52 New
    +2
    A bus was seized in Lutsk: how does it resemble similar crimes in the USSR

    The ideological fighter with the system can be seen from afar
    Maxim Stepanovich Krivosh

    17.06.1994/142/2 Lutsk city court of the Volyn region - Article 143, part 2 (Robbery); Art. 144 part 2 (Fraud) Art. 222 part 1 (extortion), art. 3 part XNUMX and part XNUMX (Illegal carrying, storage, acquisition, manufacture and sale of firearms or edged weapons, ammunition and explosives).

    07.11.2005/222/1 Lutsk City District Court of the Volyn Region - Art. 257 h. 189 (Fraud with financial resources), art. 4 (Banditry), Art. 263 h. 1 (extortion), art. XNUMX part XNUMX (Illegal handling of weapons, ammunition or explosives).

    the journalists found out that the invader was in prison and was undergoing compulsory treatment in a psychiatric hospital.

    In prison he wrote the book "Philosophy of the Criminal" (the book "Philosophy of the Criminal. The Apology of Freedom. Antisystem", published 100 copies at his own expense). As "Competitor" writes, it looks like the book is autobiographical. It follows from it that the terrorist studied at a theological seminary, but became disillusioned with the church. After the first six-year term, he was released at 24. He was also sentenced to 8 years for leading a gang.

    in short, it looks like the patient will be more in the local psychiatric hospital, it seems.
    Let's hope no one gets hurt.
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    1. Guba
      Guba 21 July 2020 17: 19 New
      -2
      Quote: Avior
      in short, it looks like the patient will be more in the local mental hospital

      So the psychiatric hospitals in Ukraine, immediately after the collapse of the USSR, everything was closed!
      1. Avior
        Avior 21 July 2020 17: 28 New
        0
        Heard something else. But I think they will find every place for him in such an institution.
      2. orionvitt
        orionvitt 21 July 2020 20: 58 New
        +2
        Quote: Guba
        So the psychiatric hospitals in Ukraine, immediately after the collapse of the USSR, everything was closed!

        No, they decided to close them only now, in the sixth year of building democracy. According to the adopted laws, on medical reform. And really, why does democracy need mental hospitals? There is a strong impression that people with mental disabilities are, in fact, the driving force behind democratic transformations along the Western lines. And this is what we see. A clearly ill man, armed to the teeth, seizes a bus with people. I also recall a relatively recent case in Kiev. When armed and sick in the head ATO officer, threatened to blow up the bridge across the Dnieper. And nothing, they understood and forgave.
  9. Egoza
    Egoza 21 July 2020 17: 13 New
    0
    crazy psycho (he provided a reference for himself for the court), and presented demands to the authorities. Let's see what Avakov does, since he personally went there
    1. Avior
      Avior 21 July 2020 17: 29 New
      +1
      I read his demands and read his statement.
      There is a ready-made section in the medical history.
    2. Guba
      Guba 21 July 2020 21: 15 New
      +1
      Quote: Egoza
      crazy psycho (he provided a reference for himself for the court), and presented demands to the authorities. Let's see what Avakov does, since he personally went there

      Infa says that he is a native of the Orenburg region .. so that the accusation will be mandatory and standard, Avakov did not appear there in vain, soon Sakashvili will go down and broadcast from the rooftop ..

      That that will be ..
  10. fn34440
    fn34440 21 July 2020 17: 13 New
    +1
    It's okay. the dude has a criminal record for banditry. White ticket (repeatedly sawed in houses of sorrow, in ward number 6, professional sapper-miner).
    Now the stupid SBU officers will break the wood - Zelya the chicken decided to crow a cock.
  11. agoran
    agoran 21 July 2020 17: 40 New
    +1
    The further, the more Krajina resembles a walk-field - the free state of Batka Makhno.
    "There must be free people and horses."
    Shootout of minibus drivers in Kuevo, murder of objectionable journalists, beating up those who disagree with the Nazis.
    I look at this circus with horses and I am glad that I made the right decision and left the country in the early 90s.
  12. Pandiurin
    Pandiurin 21 July 2020 20: 57 New
    +2
    Quote: anjey
    Come on, not everything is so unambiguous, maybe she really got sick of the individual ...


    Daughter of a HSE professor?
    1. Guba
      Guba 21 July 2020 21: 18 New
      +1
      Quote: Pandiurin
      Quote: anjey
      Come on, not everything is so unambiguous, maybe she really got sick of the individual ...


      Daughter of a HSE professor?

      This is also a suspicion .. laughing
  13. iouris
    iouris 22 July 2020 18: 05 New
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    If it were, for example, a Palestinian with Palestinian demands, Ze would never have dared (no one would have allowed him) to enter into conversations. They will also not be allowed to enter into negotiations with Donbass, because in relation to Donbass, he himself is obliged to act as a terrorist. That's all there is to know about real terrorists.