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Far right storm police department and fight with officers in Kyiv

As a result of the clash with the far right attackers, three law enforcement officers injured
18:50, 9 February 2019

Kyiv police

Law enforcement officers detained far right who stormed the police department in Kyiv and fought with the police. About this reports the press service of the Kyiv police on Facebook.

The law enforcement officers saw a group of people with covered faces and chevrons of far-right C14 organization, included in the American terrorist base, on Kontraktova Square, Kyiv downtown, where the meeting of president's candidate Yulia Tymoshenko was taking place. They brought rubber-bullet handguns, Teren 4 pepper spray (carrying of which requires special permission), and knives. The police detained them and took them to the police station.

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Soon the detainees were released, but the other far-right (not only C14 members) came to storm the police station and fought with law enforcement officers.

As a result of the brawl, three police officers hospitalized with injuries.

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C14, the Ukrainian far-right organization, is regularly involved in numerous attacks against civilians, students, journalists, lawyers, social activists, foreigners, minorities, LGBT activists, they often conduct hate crimes and often go unpunished. The organization's leader Yevhen Karas acknowledged the cooperation of Ukraine's Security Service.

C14, which has taken part over the spring in brutal anti-Roma raids with hammers, has recently been a recipient of Ministry of Youth and Sports grants totaling at least $14,000. 

Founded in 2010, C14 is named after the 14-word slogan “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White Children” of American Nazi David Lane. 

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