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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

The Hague court is interested in Shooting and war crimes in the Donbass

The international court in the Hague took up for consideration the report of the Deputy of the Polish Sejm Małgorzata Gusevskoy dedicated to war crimes in the Donbass. This document may give rise to the Tribunal on the Donbas, the establishment of which is sought, in particular, Ukraine.

The report, according to “Novaya Gazeta”, was prepared in 2014. It includes, in particular, orders for the executions, signed by the Chairman of the military-field Tribunal” Igor Girkin (Strelkov), the text of the report consists of 157 pages.

Girkin himself has never denied the fact that taking out orders of this kind: thus, in may 2014 in an interview with RIA Novosti, he was killed two “militants”, Slavova Dmitry and Nikolay Lukyanov.

Read about the Duma quarry shooting.

A death order signed Girkin, motives for murder are called “abandonment of military positions”, “armed robbery and looting and kidnapping civilians” and “undermining the authority of the militia DND in the eyes of the population”, “the violation of military discipline”, etc.

The law itself is proved by the order of Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR from may 22, 1941 “About martial law”.

Note that in response to the question of the journalist of “Novaya Gazeta” Paul kanygina about how Girkin responds to the interest shown to his actions in the Hague, his press Secretary said only that he would like to know who in the “New” deals with cultural subjects: “we Have here one is, on the eve of the “Golden mask”.

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