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Russian death squads are ‘hunting’ for Ukrainian officials ‘be it capture or outright liquidation’ to purge local leaders

by LLB political Reporter
29th May 22 12:11 pm

Vladimir Putin has ordered Russian death squads to “hunt to kill” Ukrainian official in eastern Ukraine in an attempt to kill regional leaders.

A police chief in the Luhansk region of the Donbas said this new offensive is likened to the “Red Terror” that the Bolsheviks did in Soviet Russia between 1918 and 1922.

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Chief Oleg Grigorov warned that the “Heads of local administration, including myself, we are constantly on the move.

“The Russians are hunting for our heads, be it capture or outright liquidation.”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in his latest nightly address that around 95% of Luhansk has now been captured by the Russian, he admitted this is a “difficult” situation.

President Zelensky added, “Donbas will be in Ukraine because this is us, this is our essence.

“And even if Russia brings destruction and suffering there, we will still restore every city and every community.”

The governor of Luhansk, Serhiy Haidai conceded that Ukrainian forces will have to withdraw to prevent a repeat of the brutal siege at the besieged Azovstal steel works which took place in the city of Mariupol.

The Luhansk governor said, “It is possible that in order not to be surrounded, they will have to leave.

“People’s nerves are like steel. Morale is high and there is no panic.

“But the bodies are just lying there, in the street.

“There are casualties among children.

“Russians are indiscriminate, they are shooting at residential areas, at the local population.”

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