Inter on fire: CCTV footage of Inter TV Channel arson published (video)
Crime19:11 Sep. 7, 2016

CCTV footage of Inter TV Channel arson published (video)

Inter TV shows a video of a blaze in its building

Three days after the fire, Inter TV Channel published a video from its CCTV cameras. 

The 7-minute video shows the building from inside and outside. The channel says unidentified people, who could be the arsonists, could be seen in thick smoke.

The first protest which ended with a fire on the Inter premises, was on Sunday, September 4

On Monday, September 5, activists staged a new protest - near the main building of the company. They blocked the entrance and demanded changes on the pro-Russian position of the management. 

Read also Inter TV Channel blockade ends: peace deal reached

On September 6, protesters said they had reached an agreement with TV Channel. Later Inter denied it had agreed to any peace deals. 

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko instructed Prosecutor General to personally oversee the investigation into the arson.


Read more The roof is on fire


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