Ukraine averted greater bloodbath, Moskal alleges


Feb. 24, 2014 19:34
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Police march with rifles toward Independence Square in Kyiv on Feb. 18, the day when interior ministry officers raided the area and almost took it over resulting in nearly 100 deaths two days later.
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The top law enforcement official for Viktor Yanukovych, the disgraced former Ukrainian president who is now a fugitive fleeing mass murder charges, had planned an even greater bloodbath to suppress anti-government protests, according to a member of parliament who said he has documents to prove his allegations. 

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