You can’t walk a block in NYC without seeing the ubiquitous Ukrainian flag, especially in the East Village section of Manhattan. But one thing you won’t find is a bullet-proof vest meant for Ukrainian soldiers — they got “redistributed.”
Six thieves broke into the offices of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America and the Ukrainian National Women’s League of America, located at 203 2nd Ave. in New York City, and swiped more than 400 bullet-proof vests that were going to be sent to Ukrainian soldiers fighting Russia.
The vests had been donated a couple of months ago by several law enforcement agencies. They were being stored in the offices until they could be sent to Ukraine.
Six degens (degenerates) were caught by security cameras as they loaded garbage bags full of the vests into three vehicles, all of which escaped to Brooklyn. Many of the pillagers were smiling as they pulled off their heist.