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I was just triangulating this click bait, APsplainin Ukraine's Zelenskyy fires top security chief and prosecutor. I dunno why I expected tactical maneuver to outwit Canada's TURBINE CRIME.


What I got is, a 150-word "nightly video address to the nation" caption on an 800-word depiction of heartless Russian atrocities and lamentions over little Liza's body a-laying in "a coffin with flowers".

sooooo I figuratively rolled over to Ukriform 'cause Ukriform is an incredibly loyal, rightous, upside voice of the partisans embellishing victory. BAM!

Zelensky explains move to sack top prosecutor, security chief is quite a shocking tally of Ukrainian-speaking PUTIN spies, MASKED by AP investigative war crime reporting.

"I decided to remove the Prosecutor General from her post and remove the head of the Security Service of Ukraine (from his duties - ed.). As of today, 651 criminal proceedings have been registered regarding high TREASON and collaborative activities of employees of prosecutor's offices, pretrial inquiry bodies, and other law enforcement agencies. In 198 criminal proceedings, charges were pressed against the relevant individuals," the president said in a video address.
From this angle, I gather, only 60 servants of the people evaded apprehension by, ahem, self-deportation across the border of the border land to illegitimate, "break-away" territories.
"Such an array of crimes against the foundations of the country's national security and the connections that have been EXPOSED between the employees of the security agencies of Ukraine and Russia's special services rise very serious questions to the relevant leaders. Each of these questions will see a proper answer," the president concluded.
PLUS Awkward-turn-of-phrase Award w/o 17 July (until further notice)
Zelensky removes head of SBU Bakanov, top prosecuror Veneditkova
That's according to the relevant decrees published on the website of the President's Office.
which is not machine translatable and kinda ominous besides smelling, um, despotic
The top security operative was removed in accordance with "Article 47 of the Disciplinary Statute of the Armed Forces of Ukraine," which says "failure to perform (improper performance of) service duties, which led to human casualties or other grave consequences, or created a threat of such consequences, shall be among grounds to remove a serviceman from duties."
Oddly, no words for Veneditkova's fate.
by Cat on Mon Jul 18th, 2022 at 12:23:17 AM EST
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DW mentions in a topical short video that Veneditkova was leading UA war crime investigation of Bucha. soooo, if KHAN's office at ICC has shouldering "prelininary investigation" of any evidence offered by sundry allied NGOs, Veneditkova's redundancy on that account was inevitable; dereliction of officious duties processing common crimes incidental.

A facsimile of they/their/them indictment (translated to *-Engl. currency) promises a candid view of law 'n' order from 30 km.--ascension to EU member status.

by Cat on Mon Jul 18th, 2022 at 01:24:26 PM EST
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