Thursday, June 21, 2018

UKRAINIAN "PRISONERS" OF CHOICE(basically regular people hijacked by Putan Putanowich that are used to swap real Moscow terrorists cought in Ukraine) SENT TO SIBERIAN GULAGS FOR OVER 100 YEARS ALREADY

I understand Stalin was mean, but uncle Putin is a little beat iller, "you will freeze working in Siberian gulag while we will watch soccer games".
Little hope for hijacked Ukrainian journalist who found himself in occupied portion of Ukraine across the night...bears and freezing temperatures are his regular company now(he became a citizen of Sybifreezia)...
His only friend are now warm hearts of Russian people(they are good people - they really are) who find themselves often beaten up if demonstrating against Kremlin.

There is no cure for his mental illness...
Beyond sickening. Americans involved in MKULTRA were sickened by views of this individual on reality....

In the midst of hosting the World Cup soccer extravaganza, the last thing Vladimir Putin wants to be reminded of is human rights, Crimea or Ukraine. That’s a good reason to raise the case of Oleg Sentsov, a Ukrainian filmmaker who has been on a hunger strike for more than a month in a remote Siberian penal colony, to remind the Russian president that his costly sport show does not wipe away his government’s crimes.

Mr. Sentsov, a 41-year-old native of Crimea, was making a name on the film festival circuit and working on his second feature film when Russia annexed Crimea in 2014. He was arrested with three other Ukrainians on charges of “terrorism,” which purportedly consisted of plotting to blow up a statue of Lenin and set fire to the door of a Russian political party. Mr. Sentsov said he was beaten into a confession; during his trial, the main witness against him retracted his testimony, saying it was given under torture.

No matter. Following in the best tradition of the Soviet era, Mr. Sentsov was sentenced to 20 years in prison, which he is currently serving in Russia’s northernmost prison. On May 14, he went on a hunger strike to demand the release of about 70 Ukrainian political prisoners in Russia.

The case has raised an international outcry. Prominent film directors, Russian and international, declared their support for Mr. Sentsov; the European Union called the case a “breach of international law and elementary standards of justice”; on Thursday, the European Parliament passed a resolution demanding the immediate release of Mr. Sentsov and the other Ukrainian prisoners. President Emmanuel Macron of France raised the case with Mr. Putin.

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