Against the background of accusations of genocide against the Ukrainian people and personnel from the northern suburbs of Kyiv, RIA Novosti began to regularly publish footage of a peaceful life in Kherson and other occupied cities in the south. One can speculate on the level of staging in such videos, but something has become known that no filming of people in the bazaar will show. Mustafa Dzhemilev said that pre-trial detention centers in the occupied Crimea are overcrowded with Ukrainians.
There are so many kidnapped, that local criminals are released. A terrible step, but if you think about it, for the Russian authorities, repressions against those who disagree with the enslavement of their peoples has always stood above some kind of criminogenic situation and, God forgive me, the safety of their own citizens.
The remaining prisoners were strictly forbidden to have any contact with Ukrainian prisoners. The leader of the Crimean Tatar people, Mustafa Dzhemilev, also added that “they are brutally tortured there.” Apparently, the details will soon become known.