Documenting war crimes in Ukraine.
The Tribunal for Putin (T4P) global initiative was set up in response to the all-out war launched by Russia against Ukraine in February 2022.

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Attacks on journalists continue

I.L., Odessa
Igor Grinshteyn, a leading journalist of the local TV, was brutally beaten in Odessa. He was beaten in the doorway of his friends. Those who beat him were obviously hired. Who would like to stop Grinshteyn is understandable to all Odessa inhabitants. He led the oppositional, with respect to city authorities, program ‘Oko’. He understood what he did after, when he decided not to turn to militia. Militiamen themselves were not interested either, although some newspapers wrote about it. We hope that another beating will not follow and that Odessa militia will at least pretend that it tries to search the culprits.
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