In fighting between the separatists at Donetsk…
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine
Brothers and sisters!
Here is the summary for March 22 (for the summary from the previous day, see Summary of March 22).
The bad news:
1. Kidnappings of our unit commanders in Crimea have become a norm. The occupiers are cynically calling these acts “arrests.” But neither the Russian militaries nor the so-called “Crimean self-defense” have any legal rights whatsoever (even under the Russian legislation!) to arrest anyone. Under any international norms, what they are doing is defined as kidnapping, a crime recognized by any country in the world.
Most of the “arrested” are being kept and interrogated in the commandant’s office of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol. Today, this is the Crimean peninsula’s own little Gestapo. The Russian militaries are stunning in their roles as terrorists and secret…
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