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EU Demands Russia Return This Kiev POW. Listen to What She Did

The article was initially published on 06/10/2014

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There are a bunch of videos which contain disturbing confessions from those who survived torture committed by Ukranian forces.
Unfortanately, many of anti-Kiev prisoners didn't survive and were burried in mass graves
Mainstream Western Media are completely ignoring numerous reports about torture and mass graves.
The Lugansk priest Vladimir Moretsky was kidnapped by Ukrainians in May 2014. He was accused of "creating a terrorist group in Ukraine". 
After his release from the Ukrainian captivity, he spoke about the conditions in which he was kept. According to the priest, he and his fellow prisoners were brutally tortured by Ukranian soldiers. 
"We were killed, were executed, we have broken bones, we were hit not only with hands and feet, but with butt of firearms and whatever they had at their hands, "- said the priest. 
"One of the most violent among them was Nadezhda Savchenko. She personally suggested giving our organs for sale to earn money. She personally suggested to shoot us when we refuse to agree to take out our organs".
Nadezhda Savchenko is currently under arrest in Russia under accusation of killing two Russian journalists while there is pressure from the EU and Ukraine to release her.
Although in prison, Savchenko was elected as MP on the electoral list of the party "Batkivshchyna" led by former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko.
European Parliament member Rebecca Harms, responsible for human rights, was denied entry to Moscow when she came to support Savchenko and collect funding for her lawyers. Is this the way EU representatives should support human rights in Europe? By giving support for alleged war criminals and psychopaths? 

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