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Monday, March 02, 2009

Police 'Mistake' Costs Man His Palm

February 22, 2009, approximately 1:00 a.m.
Myrne, Crimea, Ukraine

A SWAT team surrounds what they believe to be the hiding place of a man who used a gun to abduct a 23-year-old woman.

To storm the building, they use an NFDD (noise flash diversionary device).

Dweller Mustafa Khairov, 59, a Crimean Tatar, catches the damn thing and...BOOM!!!...his palm is all over the place.

His son, Eivaz, 25, sustained multiple injuries. He heard the dog barking, went outside to check for burglars, and got overrun by police.

In this Channel 1+1 footage, Mustafa’s wife, Uriye, talks about her husband’s flesh slowly descending on the room — like confetti.

"There's been a mistake," police said.

That’s the way police works in Ukraine, and particularly in Crimea.
In fact, Crimean law enforcement appears to be bent on inciting a civil war.

Well, sometimes they do catch the bad guys — if only to let them go.

Recently, they caught two men poaching in the Zone of Alienation, with a moose in their trunk. Guess where the poachers work? They work at the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, currently occupied by ombudswoman Nina Karpachova of the Party of Regions.

I wonder if Lutsenko will use such devices to disperse rallies against, say, Chernovetsky’s out-f**cking-rageous satellite dish, air conditioner and bachelor taxes. If so, it will be a palm for a palm and a ball for a ball.

P.S. According to recent polls, 36.5% of Ukrainians will take to the streets if left without incomes. 70% don't trust the government. 18% hate the government.

Some governments have to learn the hard way?

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