Russian military captured a Ukrainian


The Russian military captured an elderly wounded Ukrainian soldier. The soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine asks not to kill him.


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  1. ну этому повезло. а других по разнорядке сша всу сжигают живыми как под харьковым было.

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      How do you imagine it? Corporal AFU opens a training manual from the US State Department and reads:
      So, according to today’s order, we burn the prisoners alive!
      Ukraine will eventually defeat Russia for a simple reason – most of the Russians are morons.
      I’m Russian, by the way.

        1. In response to the events at Abu Ghraib, the United States Department of Defense removed 17 soldiers and officers from duty. Eleven soldiers were charged with dereliction of duty, maltreatment, aggravated assault and battery. Between May 2004 and April 2006, these soldiers were court-martialed, convicted, sentenced to military prison, and dishonorably discharged from service. Two soldiers, found to have perpetrated many of the worst offenses at the prison, Specialist Charles Graner and PFC Lynndie England, were subject to more severe charges and received harsher sentences. Graner was convicted of assault, battery, conspiracy, maltreatment of detainees, committing indecent acts and dereliction of duty; he was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment and loss of rank, pay and benefits.[8] England was convicted of conspiracy, maltreating detainees and committing an indecent act and sentenced to three years in prison.[9] Brigadier General Janis Karpinski, the commanding officer of all detention facilities in Iraq, was reprimanded and demoted to the rank of colonel. Several more military personnel who were accused of perpetrating or authorizing the measures, including many of higher rank, were not prosecuted. In 2004, President George W. Bush and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld apologized for the Abu Ghraib abuses.

          1. Good thing a lot of perpetrators where at trial because of Abu Ghraib abuses. But as you say, the higher ranks didn’t have no shit. That’s were the problem is, because of this it will never stop.

            It’s in no way better than any shithole country. It’s very easy to put the hammer down on the lower ranks and clean all those bloody hands at the top, although they are the real culprits and approving this shit. They just get away with it and mostly even get promoted away, like some sort of bonus. It’s one big stinking swamp.

    2. все просто. швец намком кинул, что око за око. если например азовцев казнят, то будут казнены рашкованы. причем не простые, а кадыровцы, гбшники и т.д. то есть ядро путинского режима.

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