Odessa Massacre – 3 years on, nobody convicted


May 2nd, 2017 – Fort Russ News – 

by Inessa Sinchougova 

Odessa procession in Moscow, 2nd May 2017

On 2nd May 2014, a horde of radicals and Pravy Sektor extremists burnt more than 100 persons alive (officially only 40 persons) in the city’s trade unions building . They used “Willy Pete” (white phosphorus) to carry out this crime. 

Nobody went to jail for this. Nobody was even arrested by the Kiev regime, although the leaders of the massacre are well-known by the authorities. The same authorities who took power illegally in Kiev after a bloody coup at the end of February 2014. A coup backed and funded by the US and some European countries.

“We remember – Odessa 02.05.2014”

Today, at President Putin and Chancellor Merkel’s meeting in Sochi, Putin reminded the world that such tragedies cannot go unnoticed, while European leaders speak out about “LGBT Rights in Chechnya” and other internal human rights matters they supposedly care about.

Aleksei Pushkov, politician, tweets: “2 May – anniversary of the Odessa Massacre. The Kiev regime is hiding those responsible. The West is silent. Victims seek justice.”

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