An expanded account of the recent decision by the Chief Military Prosecutor of the Russian Federation to both close the Russian investigation into the Katyń Massacre and to deny that those murdered were victims of political repression
The "arguments" provided by Russias Chief Military Prosecutors Office dishonour the memory of the 22 000 Polish victims of this terrible crime
All began when a militiaman was beating someone. A woman summoned militia to stop the fight. The militiamen switched to beat the innocent woman, while the summoned militiamen contemplated this scene not without interest.
Public protests and the peaceful protest actions organized by the Sevastopol human rights protection group resulted in the refusal of the communist administration of the Sevastopol city council to include the question about erecting Stalins monument into the agenda of a consecutive session. The legal commentary of the Sevastopol human rights protection group is given explaining to which laws and legal documents the erection of the monument would have led.
This is one of the appeals sent to the Sevastopol city council. Stalins atrocities are reminded and undesirable reaction to the possible positive decision is mentioned.
13.12.01 | Roman Romanov, Sevastopol
Sevastopol human rights protection group expresses the protest against erecting Stalins monument in Sevastopol on the initiative of city council. They ask their colleagues to join the protest.
‘The general used a chain of obscenities in the language of the foreign country, which is a perpetual enemy of the independence of Ukraine. This a best definition of the Russian language spoken as native by the majority of Ukrainian citizens.
The current state and the dynamics of dwindling of the Ukrainian population is presented in numbers and the reasons are analyzed.
The trial of the scandalous "bankers case", which is being held in the Artemovsk district court of Lugansk demonstrated another juridical nonsense on 7 February.
09.12.01 | O. Pokryshchuk, the Vinnitsa oblast
11.12.00 | O. Svetikov, Luganskinform-KVU
11.12.00 | A. Terlovy, Severodonetsk
09.12.00 | V. Kalchenko, Kharkiv
09.12.00 | E. Kuzmenko, Kyiv
22.05.00 | E. Zolotariov, Zhytomir
21.05.00 | Roman Romanov, Sebastopol