Tag Archives: lawlessness

Ukraine | Prosecutor General and Rule of Law in Ukraine

Since the end of November, martial law has been in force in Ukraine. At this time, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko visited Odessa, which is disloyal to the Kiev regime. The visit took place on December 4th and was accompanied by strange actions and shocking statements.

Mexico | Over 37,000 people have been made to disappear in Mexico

by Irma Rosa Martínez Arellano

José Ángel Alvarado was talking to his cousin Nitza Paola outside the home of his in-laws in the town of Buenaventura, in the northern state of Chihuahua, Mexico, when they were detained by a military command. That same night, more soldiers came and took away their niece, Rocío Irene, from her own home. This happened on 29 December 2009 and they have never been heard from since.

Ukraine | Knife-Wielding Ukrainian Radicals Assaulted a Lawyer and Journalist Directly in a Zhytomyr Courtroom And Then Attacked a Cafe

On September 28th, the latest hearing on the case of the Ukrainian journalist Vasily Muravitsky took place in the Korolevsky district court of the city of Zhytomyr. At the hearing the prosecution was supposed to present the experts whose conclusions form the basis of the charges of high treason against the journalist.

Ukraine | Fascists threaten the independence of the court in the capital of Ukraine

On the last day of July, representatives of the ultra-right organization C14 broke into the premises of the National Academy of Advocates of Ukraine (NAAU) in Kiev. Three dozen young people tried to disrupt the meeting of the defense lawyers’ committee. The lawyers called in the Podolsky district police department and replaced them with a request to send uninvited guests. The police said they did not see any violations and simply contemplated the continuation of the conflict between lawyers and fascists.
The reason was the conflict between fascists and lawyer Valentin Rybin in the building of the Court of Appeal of Kiev. On July 18, the court seized Sergei Mazur, one of the leaders of the fascist gang C14, accused of gypsy pogrom. On July 27, the court considered an appeal for his arrest. Several dozen fascists came to support their leader and met in court lawyer Rybin. They insulted the lawyer and tried to beat him. In response, the lawyer applied to the National Advocates Association of Ukraine, asking for an assessment of the situation. An emergency meeting of the relevant committee was scheduled for July 31. Then the fascists seized the meeting hall, and the police were inactive.

Ukraine | The Lynch Court in Ukrainian Chernigov

July 20, Ukrainian Nazis from the infamous regiment “Azov” and national squads arranged a Lynch trial over their political opponent. In the city of Chernigov they caught a local homeless resident, tied him to a pillar, hung on his neck a sign “I’m a vatnik” and spit in him. Vatnik (literally – quilted or padded jacket) is a humiliating stigmatizing nickname, which liberals and fascists use to opponents of Ukrainian nationalism. Organizer of violence Olexandr Tarnavsky argues that the homeless resident of Chernigov on July 15 threw bottles at the monument to the so-called Heavenly Hundred. So supporters of the Kiev regime denote a hundred people who died in February 2014 during a right-wing coup.