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According to Meta/Facebook, the platform has “temporarily made allowances for forms of political expression that would normally violate” its rules “like violent speech such as ‘death to the Russian invaders’”. This includes allowing the support of extremist groups in Ukraine who were previously found guilty of sex crimes against minors.
Freewestmedia.com reports: In 2016, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) officially accused Azov Battalion members of war crimes, including kidnapping, torture, and mass looting. Ukrainian authorities have meanwhile freed one the most notorious war criminals from prison to take part in the conflict once again. His release coincides with the Meta announcement.
In one of their recently released videos, Daniil Lyashuk, a former militant of the Ukrainian battalion Tornado, nicknamed Mujahid, who had previously been sentenced to 10 years in prison for war crimes in the Donbass, cheered his freedom and issued more threats against Russians.
This odious battalion became famous for kidnapping and holding civilians in their own prison, torturing them and filming themselves raping babies.
The mobile phones of commanders of the Tornado volunteer unit, which has fought on Kiev’s side in the conflict against the civilians in eastern Ukraine, contained recordings of child rape, according to Ukrainian MP Tatyana Chronovol.
“When the Tornado commanders were arrested, their mobile phones were seized. There were some really scary videos on them, with orgies and rapes,” Chronovol said in an interview with a local Ukrainian TV station.
“There were even babies. I guess the mothers of those babies were forced to do this under the threat of death of their children,” the MP explained.
One pensioner was hung upside down and beaten, kept in this position for about four days. Lyashuk himself actively participated in the process: “Without torture, life would not be life. Nothing raises your tone so much when you have someone’s life in your hands…”
What this radical sadist will do at large is a rhetorical question.
According to the chief military prosecutor of Ukraine at the time, Anatoly Matios, “it was Mujahid-Lyashuk who, with extreme cynicism and insolence, cruelty and ruthlessness, committed the most cruel tortures of the local population of the Lugansk region”. In addition, the Ukrainians stated that Lyashuk had professed to espousing the values of the Islamic State extremist organization (ISIS is an organization banned in the Russian Federation).
Meta’s decision applies to Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Russia, and Ukraine, as well as Armenia and Azerbaijan. Although the list does not include France, high-ranking French personalities on social media platforms have freely been calling for the assassination of the Russian president.
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