Victims of the Regime in Ukraine

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What is the real attitude of the government in Ukraine during the revolution in 2013/2014?

It is definitely not fixing the problems that have led to the protests.

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  • @Irina Kuznetsova > not all the faces here.

    True, there are many more victims, injured people, and partially incapacitated people.

    > what about all those police officers who had to do their duty and were injured doing it.

    True, there are also injured policemen.

    However, it was government's and president's fault to let the situation escalate.
    Before the 19th of January, 2014, there were no real negotiations with the representatives of protesters;
    negotiations only started *after* protests became violent.

    Is it normal to ignore almost 2 months of then-peaceful protests?
    Is it normal to try forbidding/dispersing the protests instead of fixing the root cause?
    I think it is *not* normal.
    This is why I blame the president and the still-acting government for all the deaths and injuries.

    > The people above are people (by the way not all of them) who were found dead in different parts of kiev during the Maidan actins.

    Nigoyan and Zhyznevsky were shot dead on the Grushevskoho barricades.
    Senyk died in the hospital from severe gunshot wounds he got at the barricades, despite over 200 people volunteering to donate blood for him.
    According to Ihor Lutsenko, Yuriy Verbytskyy suffered more beatings (possibly causing his death) from the kidnappers for being a resident of L'viv.

    Is this the order you are defending? Is this normal?

    > Mere justice would appeal to add the faces of ALL who really suffered from the regime as you call it,
    > as they all are the victims of the protests and attacks in Kiev.

    Yes, policemen are also the victims of the regime.
    But they protect the regime even though it endangered them.
    Police protect the very people who did everything to further escalate the protests.

    Protesters want to live in Ukraine where the government serves the people, and the law is the same for all, and protesters are fighting for this ideal. This is much harder and more dangerous than protecting the regime by 'doing the job'.
    Thus it is inappropriate to put police victims in one row with protester victims.

    > Anyway, Don't make saints of people without full investigation first.

    And who is going to 'investigate', if protests have no effect? The regime's 'police'?
    Don't you find it 'unusual', that the prisoners of the 1st of December, 2013, were put in jail for 2 months the next day after arrest, while those responsible for excessive use of force against the protesters on the 30th of November are still free and not even being investigated? (This is an example of what protesters are fighting against, by the way: covering up the crimes of 'friends in power', the overwhelming frankpledge.)

    To conclude, I'd like to direct you to this presentation, especially slide 6: http://www.slideshare.net/victorkylymar/prezent-socis-kiispress
    The distrust levels are insane and absolutely not normal. This is the core cause of the protests, and this has to be changed.
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  • not all the faces here.what about all those police officers who had to do their duty and were injured doing it.They weren't there by choice as the ones we can see above.They weren't willing to take the risks as the ones we can see above..The people above are people (by the way not all of them) who were found dead in different parts of kiev during the Maidan actins. As well as a police officer returning home after duty,not armed and not even mentioned here, or the one who died of a heart attack after many days of standing on maidan dodging molotov coctails ,freezing,just doing his job as Americans would say. Mere justice would appeal to add the faces of ALL who really suffered from the regime as you call it , as they all are the victims of the protests and attacks in Kiev.And another question is whether all of these people were really 'tortured' as uoy put it.For example, this Bulatov guy was definetely wearing cosmetic shades around his eyes to pretend to be black eyes, which was clearly seen when his face was given close-up by the camera right after his reapperance from the forest where he allegedly was held for a few days. And no puffy eyes as a result of beating ,and so on(comments by many views of the video, some of them experienced in such injuries like doctors or sportsmen).Anyway, Don't make saints of people without full investigation first. As for me I would never call a saint victim a person who DELIBERATELY intends to harm another whoever noble goal he might have. And lastly, the only thing you show here is that you,the author of this picture as well as other uploaded pics and videos,-are an absolutely biased,prejiduced person.For non-residents of Ukraine!!!!The uploaded stuff of this author is only his own point of view and in no way a whole,objective picture of the sad events taking place in Ukraine.
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Victims of the Regime in Ukraine

  1. 1. VICTIMS OF THE REGIME ACTIVISTS DEFENDERS PROTESTERS Ihor Lutsenko Serhiy Nigoyan Yurij Verbyts’kyj Dmytro Bulatov Myhajlo Zhyznevskyj Roman Senyk Euromaidan activist Tortured Alive Automaidan leader Tortured Alive Euromaidan guard Shot Dead Euromaidan guard Shot Dead Protester, scientist Tortured Dead Protester Shot Dead NO radicals, NO extremists, NO far-right This is not about fixing problems This is about liquidating the protests

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