A Victim’s Short Memory – the Key to A Blackmailers’ Success

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zakrevska_avatar Yevheniya Zakrevska, attorney
15.02.2004 00:30  Ukrayinska Pravda
Translated by Maria Stanislav
Source: http://blogs.pravda.com.ua/authors/zakrevsckaya/52fe9923dadef/

Here is a synopsis of the most recent events:

1) On February 12, we learned that ALL criminal proceedings have been closed, under which ‘law-enforcing’ thugs could theoretically be held accountable for the beatings on November 30, December 1, December 11, etc. This applies to proceedings regarding specific individuals and in relation to the incidents as a whole.

This means the death of the last, however elusive, chance to punish the perpetrators – “managers,” organizers and performers of brutal police crimes, who are likely members of, and managed by, a group of people from among the highest ranks of government. The government has announced that these criminals shall have complete and unconditional amnesty.

We remember, that the law granting this amnesty was a part of the package of laws whose adoption, de facto, made people…

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Dmytro Bulatov Found Tortured, Crucified, Ear Cut

Voices of Ukraine

Translated by Olia Knight  
Source: http://espreso.tv/new/2014/01/30/znayshovsya_dmytro_bulatov

One of the leaders of Automaidan, Dmytro Bulatov, who went missing on January 22, was found on the evening of January 30 in Vyshenky village in Boryspil district near Kyiv, reported by TSN.

According to Bulatov, strangers beat and tortured him, cut his ear off and even crucified him – he has puncture wounds on his hands.

The leader of Automaidan does not know who kidnapped him, but noted that men spoke with a Russian accent.  !_1391113629

After he was tortured for a long time, the Automaidan leader was taken and thrown out of a car. Bulatov walked around the village knocking on all doors until one of the natives let him in. Bulatov called his friends who picked him up and brought him to Kyiv.

“Batkivschyna” MP Yuriy Stets was the first to post information about Bulatov on his Facebook page.

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Kangaroo Courts, Ukrainian-Style. Folk Heroes Become Hostages of the Regime


The  Obolon’ court of Kyiv in the night from Friday to Saturday, January 25th, arrested 14 Automaidan participants for two months, and two others were placed under house arrest, ТСН reports.

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