Lefter has confirmed that, as of early May, Yurov and Grishchuk were being held at the sbu building in Slavyansk.
The Ukrainian security service, the sbu, reported 1,700 people went missing during that time.
Borodai just joked: “If you have not spent a night at sbu, you are not a real journalist.”
A lawyer and former opposition politician, Petrenko shakes his head appalled at what was taking place in the courtyard of the sbu.
Anton, from Russia Today, asked Borodai why he had to spend a night in the sbu jail.
He notes the proximity of the sbu headquarters to the shootings.
The sbu appears to be covering tracks, getting rid of evidence, tying up loose ends.