OCU “bishop” physically attacks female neighbor (+VIDEO)

Kiev, November 4, 2021

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“Bishop” Adrian Kulik of the Patriarchate of Constantinople’s schismatic “Orthodox Church of Ukraine” has been suspended by the OCU after he was caught on tape physically attacking a woman and a man living in the same building.

Kulik initially claimed the footage was edited and that he had peace in his soul, though he later said he was sorry not for attacking a woman and her husband, who he claimed were psychologically tormenting him, but because he harmed the image of the OCU.

Surveillance camera footage shows the “bishop” punching his neighbor Ivanna several times. When she tried to film him on her phone, he snatched it away and smashed it with his foot.

The woman said she has severe bruising on her chest, abdominal cavity, and hands, and that Kulik also insulted her with vulgar words. Her husband was also physically attacked by the schismatic when he tried to get the surveillance footage from the building. They both say they are “afraid to live next to such an aggressive person.”

Other neighbors also commented that he is an aggressive drunk.

Kulik attacked the woman because he was angry that their dog was barking in their apartment. He also called the couple “separatists” because they speak Russian.

As is well known, the OCU exists to propagate anti-Russian sentiments and often cooperates with nationalist extremists to physically seize churches, which often descends into violence.

Police have opened a criminal case against Kulik under the article for causing minor bodily injuries.

In a Facebook post that has since been deleted, Kulik proclaimed that he feels no remorse for the incident and that “as a Christian and a man, I have complete peace in my soul.” He also claimed that the footage was doctored “to make a little crucified girl out of the victim.”

By order of “Metropolitan” Epiphany Dumenko, the head of the graceless OCU, Kulik was suspended from serving from November 2 through the end of the investigation. His case was also referred to the OCU Synod.

Following his suspension, Kulik commented: “I repent that my act caused harmed the image and reputation of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine.”

He also argued that he was defending his assistant against Ivanna and her husband, who had been “morally and psychologically terrorizing me and my assistant for a long time.”

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Alex11/4/2021 4:36 pm
“Bishop” Adrian Kulik—what a very sad 'joke' you are.
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