Two vehicles arsoned in Crimea, alleged owner is Dmitry Kiselyov, top propagandist

Two vehicles have been arsoned in Crimea’s Koktebel, police reports.

“The Crimean police have received an emergency call that two vehicles had been on fire at around 3 a.m. today, the police are investigating the matter and questioning potential witnesses,” the statement says.

It is reported that the vehicles in question are an off-roader and a golf car allegedly owned by Dmitry Kiselyov, Director General of Rossiya Segodnya and one of Russia’s most notable propagandists.

A video of the alleged arson is also available on social media. It shows a man wearing a face mask and boot covers entering what is described as the premises of Kiselyov’s vacation home and sets the two vehicles on fire.

The police believes that the arsonist knew those were Kiselyov’s vehicles as his address in Koktebel is publicly available.

Architect Vladimir Mazurin wrote an article for Gorod 24 about the residence in 2018, estimating the house to be worth 200 million rubles (€3.3 million). The printed issue of the newspaper then disappeared, and Kiselyov filed a lawsuit against Mazurin which he lost and was ordered to pay 2.6 million rubles to Mazurin.

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