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Ukrainian officials have found at least ten torture chambers used by the recently expelled Russian forces in areas east of Kharkiv that were recently liberated.  They have also found hundreds of mass graves, and some of them which have been exhumed show both military and civilian bodies, many with signs of torture or summary execution.  This seems to be Bucha all over again.


Meanwhile in an act of spite, Russia fired eight cruise missiles into a dam above Ukrainian President Zelensky's hometown in an attempt to destroy the city by flooding.  While it suffered significant flooding as a result, it was fortunately not as catastrophic as it could have been.


In parts of Ukraine still under Russian occupation, a guerilla movement is fighting back against the occupiers, much like the French Resistance in World War II, targeting both Russian occupiers and local collaborators.  Sometimes, patriotic Ukrainians are fighting with few weapons.  In Kherson, it has been reported that groups of teenagers with knives monitor streets at night trying to find drunk Russians alone whose throats they can cut.  A recent resistance strike took out two collaborators:


Well, THIS should fix Russia's war crime problem!  They have just released 400 convicted murderers and sex offenders to go fight in Ukraine, and they are promised a pardon if they survive six months.



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( September 16th, 2022 @ 4:25 pm )
So during the middle of a war the Russians tortured them to death, and instead of dumping the bodies into a mass grave, they took the time to dig individual graves, put the bodies in caskets and put up crosses on the burial site, how humane of them.

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