A girl Elena who is a native inhabitant of Slaviansk tells what made her to take up arms.
Elena stated that there were neither Chechens nor mercenaries in Slaviansk, but ordinary people made a stand for their city and fight against Ukrainian cartels.
Dear Elena! As many other accomplices of radical movements, please pay attention to dokaz.org.ua materials, probably you don’t notice anything or don’t want to see this?! Maybe you have your own truth instead of impartially evaluating the situation?!
Immediately after the assault on Grozny on November 26, 1994 the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Pavel Grachev gave his personal assessment of the situation and thus gave to captives of Russian militaries the status of mercenaries.
You know, it is not a matter of my concern, as in fact [Russian] armed forces don’t participate in those operations… Though I’m watching TV, and there might be some captives and others there. The only thing, I know, is that a huge number of mercenaries fight on both sides (Dudaev as well as the opposition).
…If the Russian Armed Forces were fighting, at least only one parachute regiment could have settled all issues in two hours.
The question is – who are the people in the photo?
Undoubtedly, one of them is Strelok, but who is standing next to him?
Video from the surveillance camera in the hall of the Crimean Council of Ministers, where one can clearly see “little green men”:
How they were looking for a Russian citizen, Rostov resident, killed on May 26 in a battle for Donetsk airport. ‘Russia is not engaged in military actions. Your husband voluntarily came under fire in that street… But we’ll arrange his funeral.’ Cruel and appalling reverse side of Putin’s ‘russism’ – people treated as cannon fodder.