Ex-Head Of Presidential Office Bohdan Considers Arson Of His Tesla Car Threat From Authorities

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Former head of the Office of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy (June 2019 – February 2020) Andrii Bohdan considers arson of his Tesla car a threat from the authorities.

He announced this on Facebook, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

“Tonight, an unknown person set fire to my favorite and declared car – Tesla S… Of course, everyone is worried about who did it and why? Since this is only one moment in a series of criminal cases against me and my friends and black waves in the media, I regard this as a threat from the authorities,” he wrote.

Bohdan emphasized that the car was burned to the ground exactly six months after he resigned from the position of head of the Office.

“There is a certain symbolism … I understand that the person who ordered this crime has a certain criminal experience, and his accomplices are sitting in high government offices,” he wrote.

Bohdan intends to find the culprit.

“Dear, crisis stories are my job. I am translating – it is you who have now slammed the kerasin into a fire. Well, we will now actively bring you to light and will try to provide you with comfortable conditions for serving your sentence (I do not promise about comfortable conditions),” he wrote.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Bohdan has declared 2 Tesla cars.

In one of them, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy repeatedly recorded video interviews.

© 2020 UNA

13 comments

  • Larisa and me are two hard working people, we have a small apartment and a Lada. A politician from a totally empoverished state like Ukraine has two Teslas…

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    • “Journalists of the program “Our Money” Denys Bigus found out that Bohdan is involved in offshore, which engaged in credit scams for hundreds of millions of hryvnia. He owns an estate in Koncha Zaspa and large plots of land in the Kyiv region, which he bought while working in the civil service. Journalists claim that Bohdan advised on how to carry out credit fraud.”

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      • I think Ukraine doesn’t have the court-capacity to deal with all the corruption in the state. Courts would be busy for centuries to process the whole mess. That is if Ukraine had a president who intends to rigorously wipe all corruption. With governments like the current it would take light-years.

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        • The courts are the most corrupt part of Ukraine. Without purging them, nothing will happen.

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        • Ha ha! True. Except a light year is a measure of distance, not time. The distance travelled by light (which travels as 186,000 miles per second) in one year is such a huge number that the light year concept was developed by astronomers.

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  • “Of course, everyone is worried about who did it and why?”

    I’m not.

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  • Anyone who can afford a Tesla in Ukraine is a crook. (With a few honourable exceptions I grudgingly admit). At least we know it’s not an insurance job! (As far as I know it’s not available in Ukraine?).

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    • Believe it or not there is a Lamborghini dealer in Kyiv, and near Boryspil is a Porsche dealership.

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      • Funny thing you’ve mentioned that, Foccusser. I have never seen a Lamborghini on the streets or highways and byways in Ukraine. I’ve never seen any other types of sports cars either – Porsche 911s, Ferraris, Lotus, and so on. I think, anyone driving such a low-sitting car wouldn’t have fun with it, especially with the next bathtub-sized pothole or railroad/tramway crossing removing the underside.

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        • Baaaaaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

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        • Absolutely! I thought the same thing when I read about that and I wondered what streets Bohdan was driving on?! He must think he’s James Bond or something, he’s pretty slick in a mafia sort of way…

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        • Yes, one might think it impossible. I do recall visiting a “Le Silpo” store in Odessa some while back and thinking I was in a wealthy suburb of London! The merchandise was very high end: luxurious food items that would cost a month’s salary to an ordinary Ukrainian. The car park was packed with shiny, high end SUV’s: Beemers, Mercs, Lexus’s, Range Rovers, Jeeps etc. No doubt some of the owners were legitimate businessmen, with trophy wives. But one can’t help thinking that a lot were crooks who pay no tax and govt officials who skim off the takings of legitimate businesses.

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  • Why don’t I have even a smidgen of pity for this guy?

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