UN: Ukrainian Forces Took Over Nursing Home And Used Residents As Human Shields, Claimed 'Atrocities' When Russia AttackedChris Menahan
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A new UN report found that Ukrainian officials ignored a nursing home's request to evacuate its elderly and disabled residents to safety and instead allegedly mined the surrounding roads and had the military take up positions in the care facility and use its residents as human shields.
When Russia attacked the Ukrainian military's outpost and allegedly injured or killed many of the residents within that they were using as human shields, the Ukrainians accused Russia of committing war crimes.
In fact, when the residents who survived the attack fled from the building into a nearby forest they were provided with aid by Russian forces.
From the AP, "UN says Ukraine bears share of blame for nursing home attack":
Two weeks after Russia invaded Ukraine in February, Russian forces assaulted a nursing home in the eastern region of Luhansk. Dozens of elderly and disabled patients, many of them bedridden, were trapped inside without water or electricity.Here's the excerpt straight from the report:
Using civilians as human shields is a war crime but it's par for the course for the Ukrainian military.
Last month, former Ukrainian Parliamentary Commissioner for Human Rights, Lyudmila Denisova, admitted she "exaggerated" claims that Russian soldiers committed mass rapes in order to convince the West to send more weapons to the Zelensky regime.
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