“I was bluffing.” A hostage of a terrorist from Lutsk told what the attacker said before surrendering to law enforcement
One of the hostages of the terrorist who seized the bus in Lutsk , Aleksandr Subolny, said that before surrendering to law enforcement officers, the attacker said that he was bluffing.
This is reported by TSN .
Also, the terrorist systematically called the hostages’ phones, spoke calmly, but asked not to make sudden movements.
“ Before leaving, he said that I was going to surrender. Don’t worry. I bluffed that there were explosives on the bus. There are no explosives, ”said Subolny.
Until one o’clock in the morning, the released hostages were questioned by investigators and examined by doctors. The people were very tired, but happy.
Now terrorist Maxim Krivoshey is in jail. The police said that he was cooperating with the investigation. On Thursday, July 23, he will be chosen a preventive measure.
The man faces punishment under several articles at once – this is the taking of hostages, illegal handling of weapons, encroachment on the life of a law enforcement officer and a terrorist act.
On July 21, in the center of Lutsk, a man hijacked a passenger bus and barricaded himself in it.
According to law enforcement officers, there were a little more than 10 people on the bus, and the criminal had explosives and weapons with him.
The Interior Ministry reported that the man himself called the police and introduced himself as ” Maxim Bad “.
Later it became known that his real name was Maxim Krivosh.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy published a video message calling to watch the film Earthlings , as demanded by the Lutsk terrorist.
After that, the hostages were released, and the terrorist was detained.Release of hostages in Lutsk: Maxim Krivosh got off the bus before the start of the assault