• Mon. Jun 5th, 2023

Footage circulated on social media appears to depict the moments before nearly a dozen Russian soldiers were shot after …


19 thoughts on “Videos Appear to Show Ukrainian Troops Shooting Surrendering Russians | WSJ”
  1. Confirmed and verifiable fact: The Ukrainians were ambushed by surrendering soldiers.
    Unknown: What happened. There is literally nothing showing it. We don't even know if the Ukrainians survived the ambush.

  2. Nah the video cut out to quick definently some russians wanted to try the warriors and failed and in result got the other p.o.w killed in the cross fire no war crimes here just russians doing stupid stuff and got they team killed in the proccess

  3. This has been going on since wars have started. Its a decision based on the battle situation. If this was based on emotional and not strategic, then yes it's a crime

  4. not a war crime …if the last russian dog would succeed all those russian pigs would fest on the dead of their opponents… so for an idiot who spent the whole life watching tele and knows as much about life as he is served by the box with pictures everything is twisted

  5. Ive been saying it for over a year. The first casualty of war is the truth. Accusing people of 'murder' in war is at best a dicey proposition. Secondly, what do you expect to happen to the men who go to war? War changes EVERYONE. Forever. No one remains the same when they enter the crucible of combat! Rules of engagement? Good luck with that bit of malarky. It's easy to critique from the sofa — when you're in the horror and insanity of the actual combat, day-to-day, month-to-month, year-to-year — civilisation drops away. War crimes? Take your pick–it's the part and parcel of war.

  6. If that last soldier hadn't opened fire they wouldn't have shot the rest of them. I mean maybe they would but is this even comparable to the atrocities Russian soldiers perform in a daily basis. The way I see it, they had it coming.

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